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Do you have friends and family to share books with? Discuss them with? Does it matter to you?

(Personally, I almost can’t remember the last time I was able to really TALK about a book I’d read with someone else who’d read it, and haven’t really been able to since my best friend and I devoured the same books in high school. Thank God for the internet.)

Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!

54 responses

  1. My views are alot like yours. My BTT is here:

    http://annsreadingcorner.blogspot.com

  2. Cool question!

    My answer here!

  3. Unfortunately no. You can see my entire BTT response here
    CMash

  4. This is a funny question because I just read about a book discussion club I would love to join if I ever moved back to Minnesota. I posted about it at The Crowded Leaf.

  5. LOL. This could almost be titled “Disappointment” like last week’s, for me! My answer here:
    http://shouldbereading.wordpress.com/2010/07/08/btt-discussion/

    ~MizB

  6. Where did my comment disappear?

    Here is mine:

    BTT: Discussion

  7. Another great question.

    Here’s my answer.

  8. here’s mine great question I enjoyed thinking about it answering it. http://communitybookstop.net/?p=67

    Paula

  9. Great question! Here’s mine.

  10. I will discuss books any time with anyone. I have a few friends that I talk books with…off and on, but not really anyone to share with regularly. It’s great to have someone to talk books with…but I don’t have to have someone. One of these days (once my son has left the nest), I may seek out a book group. That would be nice.

  11. I love this weeks question and just had to answer it seems as it’s really relevant to me at the moment.

    Check my answer out here
    http://jessheartsbooks.blogspot.com/

  12. I love this question…but I love all your questions.
    here is my answer: http://thefridayfriends.blogspot.com/2010/07/booking-through-thursday.html

  13. Great question!

    Here’s my answer:

    http://bit.ly/9jKMAw

  14. Of course! My answer is here.

  15. This is a good question because for some of us it is important.
    Thanks so much!
    my reply is here
    http://moorebloglife.blog.com/2010/07/08/btt-booking-thru-thursday-discussion/

  16. Okay, now I’m on the right week. Here’s my post. Happy Thursday!

  17. My “home” site has a story, not an answer to this question, but my response would be: I think two people discussing the same book is one of the greatest pleasures life has to offer. This is a reason to try to have a list of classic books, however flawed and controversial, that all students read.

    So we can talk!

  18. My brief response is here

  19. The last time I discuss a book extensively with anyone would be college literature course! My BTT is up.🙂

  20. I’m incredibly late chiming in today but here is my response:
    http://sheeryhall.blogspot.com/2010/07/thank-goodness-for-bookish-friends.html

    Great question and answer today.

  21. GOOD QUESTION!🙂

    kayleesbookshelf.blogspot.com

  22. Yes my teenage daughter. We both read YA fantasy and it’s great to be able to share our favourite bits, what we didn’t like and so on.

    http://publishersearch.wordpress.com/

  23. I completely agree with you! It’s not often that I’ve read the same book as someone that I know, and if I do, I often dislike it while everyone else is raving about it (apparently, I’m too picky about literary merit, haha)! Thank goodness for the internet indeed!

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