Here’s something you’ll want to put onto your calendar.
This is one of those monthly meetings you don’t ever want to miss.
Topic: Fiction Old and New discussion group
Time: Meets the first Friday of each month at 8pm Eastern.
Fiction Old and New will be discussing the book The First Actress: A Novel of Sarah Bernhardt by C. W. Gortner, DB99894, on Friday December 4 at 8PM Eastern.
Here is the NLS annotation:
Gortner, C. W. Reading time: 16 hours, 20 minutes.
Read by Gabrielle de Cuir.
Young Sarah Bernhardt has rarely known love from those who should care for her. Her mother wants her to join the family business as a courtesan. Sarah refuses and joins the Comédie-Française. But her tenure is short and tempestuous. She slowly grows into her undeniable talent. Unrated. Commercial audiobook. 2020.
Your facilitators for this group are Michelle Bernstein (hamletsweetlady) and Sherry Wells (sherrywells1157).
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