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Hey! This is just a really quick post to let you know that The Lit League is voting on the next book for us all to read (and talk about).

Voting is going on over on GoodReads:

It’s anonymous and everyone is welcome.

Come on over.

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The Lit League
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A book club that focuses on books related to disability

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What Matters: a new book on disability, community and love, reviewed by Naomi Ortiz
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