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Book Newsletters, Book Clubs, Book Discussions at Your FingertipsPosted Thursday, September 13, 2012, at 1:12 PM
Every month dearreader.com provides 21 newsletters, each with 4 featured books and 6 alternative selections, for a total of 10 books that will be directly linked to our catalog. Patrons can view these newsletters on Spencer Public LIbrary's website, printed, received through email, or RSS feeds.
We will still continue to publish our regular newsletter,Spilling Ink, both in print and online, featuring articles about events at SPL, the library's programs and services, projects, collections, and its outreach efforts. The talents and efforts of the people at SPL, and its partner organizations will be showcased.
In addition, our online Book Clubs will soon be back up and running. Once you have signed up, every day, Monday through Friday you'll receive a 5-minute read from a chapter of a book in your email. By the end of the week, you'll have read 2-3 chapters.
To ensure our messages are delivered properly to your inbox (not bulk or junk folders), add firstname.lastname@example.org to your Address Book or Safe List.
If you get busy, go on vacation or if the featured book just isn't a good match for you, hit the delete key. This is meant to be fun, guilt-free reading--read only what you like. We feature a new book every Monday. Questions? Just send us an email. We're here to help.
Happy fun reading and be sure to tell your friends!
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Click here for a sample of the BookNews newsletter: http://www.supportlibrary.com/nl/nl_rvie...
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