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Are you in a book club? I am in the Jen Hatmaker Book Club and its amazing! It's the most fun and you get a surprise book, a gift and a "love note" from Jen. Plus there is a ton of resources on the private Facebook community, a playlist from the author, and a special podcast featuring the author as well. 

As you can tell, I love book club. I am grateful its virtual because throughout the pandemic. I have realized how introverted I really am. Plus the Facebook group is one of the most supportive and wonderful people on the internet. 

Go to www.jenhatmakerbookclub.com to join. Its so much fun and really takes you out of your comfort zone for reading. 

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