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Re: ISU Event

My sentiments exactly! So many write a book and then for years give  
lectures that are either rehashes of same, or use the forum to sell  
hats, art, or other things remotely related to the topic.
Each year I tell myself that I will try to get to the ISU event, and  
there always seems to be a conflict. Maybe 2007...

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Oct 16, 2006, at 5:22 AM, Donna wrote:

> Interesting line up with varied subjects. Should make for a  
> interesting
> day. Lately I have been rather upset with authors and lectures- I come
> for information etc, not to listen about why I should buy their  
> book. A
> book should be a further extention of a good speach..... IMHO, if the
> speaker is informative and interesting, I will buy the book quicker  
> than
> someone standing up there telling me why I should buy it.
> Donna

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