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March 24, 2011

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Jim Bertolino

Nicely done, Cindi. Thanks for posting this intelligent, and well-balanced, piece on an issue that often draws a passionate response. Also, since this is the first time I've commented on the Village Books blog, but do frequently consult the Village Books calendar website, I'm moved to make a simple recommendation for the calendar listings: provide the actual day of the week for an event, along with the calendar date. That is a big help to people, like me, who typically know what they're doing on specific days, and can thus quickly decide if they will be able to attend an event if the day is provided, rather than having to find a calendar to identify the day. As you might imagine, I've been promoting literary events for about 40 years now, and learned early that listing the day on posters and in published listings helps draw an audience.
Oh, lest I forget Cindi, your art is gorgeous!

Donnita Rogers

You provide some really thought-provoking points in this post, Cindi. I have to agree with your sentiment— children of this generation are far less reluctant to read electronic books versus the traditional books. Our culture is gearing children to better understand, utilize and embrace computers, thus it is a wonderful resource!

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