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Lonely Hearts Club Twitter Party!!!

Fellow Bibliophiles, I thought you might like to know about this awesome opportunity to win stuff and chat with your book lovin' peers...

Join Lonely Hearts Club author Elizabeth Eulberg and Amy of MyFriendAmy for a Twitter party Wednesday, January 20, between 8:30 and 9:30 p.m. EST!

Be sure to follow Elizabeth @ElizEulberg and Amy @MyFriendAmy before the party!

Join the fun! No one expects you or your tweets to be perfect; we’re just happy you made it to the party!

Anyone who tweets during this hour using #LonelyHeartsClub is entered to win a limited edition Lonely Hearts Club t-shirt!

Watch for questions from @MyFriendAmy and win awesome prizes including an iPod shuffle, $50 iTunes gift card or $25 VISA gift card!

To join the party, you can use our official party tweetgrid or just search #LonelyHeartsClub on Twitter.

Ask Elizabeth questions or chat with other partygoers about how excited you are to read LHC—just use the tag #LonelyHeartsClub in all of your party tweets! (This is added automatically in TweetGrid.)

Please don’t post any spoilers (you know that one of my biggest pet peeves!!!) and don’t forget to pay attention to the time zones, the party starts at 8:30pm EST.
Check it out!!! :)
And if you are looking for my latest review, simply scroll down a tiny bit - I just posted it! Finally, right?!

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