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8 Oct meeting notes; 15 Oct reading list

October 8, 2020


Five people attended: Casey, Donna R. (a chapter from Running with Hounds…and an English Degree), Glenda, Lance (a chapter from Zrada), and Rosie.

News and Notes

Please put in your bids to read in the #oct15-meeting Slack channel by 8 p.m. Friday night. The reading submission deadline is 11:59 p.m. on Monday. The next meeting will start on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

LIT UP! OC and Muzeo present authors Ona Russell, Tanya Hutchison, and Quan Huynh in conversation with PFL’s own Maddie on Sunday, 18 October, at 1 p.m. Look for the registration link at or RSVP in the comments section of the Lit Up OC Facebook event to receive your link.

The next standalone LIT UP! is happening at 6:30 p.m. on 27 October on Facebook Live. Jonathan Maberry and Joe Ide are the featured authors. As always, be sure to check the LIT UP Facebook page for upcoming programs and more details on the authors.

Joanne reports there’s a new bookstore in downtown Tustin: Arvida Book Company. They describe themselves as “a locally owned and operated independent bookshop that provides Orange County with a community hub and an intimate and eclectic collection of used and new books, gifts and locally made arts & crafts.” It’s located at 115 Main St. at El Camino Real, just a stone’s throw from Lit Up’s home at Bardot Bars & Coffee.



Glenda (10/8)
Joanne (10/1)
Leighanne (9/24)
Rosie (10/8)
Casey (10/8)
Lance (10/8)
Donna R. (10/8)
Lisa W. (7/23)
Sherry C. (7/23)
Leslie P. (7/23)
Marianna (3/26)
Burt (3/26)
Dennis P. (3/5)
PJ (2/27)
Maddie (2/27)

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