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It was great spending September with the late Benazir Bhutto. So we wanted to give u a few days to reflect and think about Benazir's life, Pakistan, women politicians and so on.
Basically, it would great if each and every one of you writes a short review of the book. Then We will comment on the posted reviews. In 10 days, we can schedule an online meeting (using Skype) to meet for an online discussion of the book.

If you have any other ideas please let me know:)



jodelight's picture

first book!

Hello All,

yes, Kizzie, I think that sounds great. So we all write an entry about our September journey with Benazir Bhutto. I think that is great, as it would stimulate conversations. We can read each others and then comment and discuss. I'll think about it and then post my soon. I can't wait to hear all your thoughts and impressions. Wow! that book was rich, I am still digesting much of it.
I do think that the skype idea is great, but may be difficult to coordinate times for everyone, as we have many time zones represented (which is absolutely great).
I am also excited about our next book, No Woman No Cry. Has anyone started it yet? I have it, but have not begun yet.
Can't wait to hear from you all!

In thought,

Kizzie's picture

Hey Jodelight, I hope I'm

Hey Jodelight,

I hope I'm gonna be more organized this month, I need to start dedicating more time to WP.

Yes I'm gonna start No Woman No Cry soon:)

When should a skype conversation work out for your ladies?

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