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April 18, 2014

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Sergio (Tipping My Fedora)

Thanks for including me in the roundup BV (and Happy Easter)

BV Lawson

Happy Easter to you, too, Sergio!

George Kelley

Thanks for hanging in there, BV. We all appreciate you hosting FFB despite the web site difficulties!

BV Lawson

Thanks, George! Hope you have a lovely weekend with some equally lovely weather.

Todd Mason

Indeed, an elegant presentation, no thanks at all to Typepad and its foes...thanks, Bonnie.

BV Lawson

Thanks for offering to pinch-hit for me in case Typepad stayed offline all day, Todd. I would have hated to impose, but it made me feel better knowing I had a backup. Hope you have a terrific weekend, too!

neeru

I hadn't heard of Butler before but now I'll like to read her. Thanks for highlighting her works.

Thanks also for including my link.

Kevin

Thank you for doing this!

rob Kitchin

Thanks for hosting and posting FF this week. Loads of potential books for the TBR.

BV Lawson

I was very happy to help out, Kevin. And thanks to you two for participating! What are the chances that I agree to do this for Patti and Typepad has a denial of service attack that same day? But I'm just very glad everything worked out eventually.

BV Lawson

You are welcome, Rob! And yes, there were a LOT of really interesting books posted this week. The other books already in my To Be Read pile on my dresser are scowling at me right now. I can hear them muttering, "We've been waiting here longer, you know."

BV Lawson

That's the beauty of FFB, isn't it, Neeru? Patti Abbott is to be congratulated for organizing this weekly feature that allows us to widen our book and author awareness. (Now if she would just post a way to clone ourselves so at least one clone could spend all day reading, that would help.)

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