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Welcome to this month’s issue of Reading Nation Magazine – the magazine for booklovers and readers everywhere that feature The International Pulpwood Queen and Timber Guy Authors. You can find a new book to read, a new author to follow, and some interesting stories. This month we congratulate Vince Spinnato, take a look inside Brenda Sutton Rose’s secret garden, see some amazing and unique art by Kathy L. Murphy, and take a trip to San Juan Island with Susan Wingate.


Hello Readers! Welcome to the Special “Official Pick Edition” of the READING NATION MAGAZINE, filled with all of The International Pulpwood Queen and Timber Guy Book Club Reading Nation’s summer picks. You’ll also find a cocktail recipe for June’s Official Pick custom made by Breathless Wines, some beautiful art by one of our authors, meet our favorite cousin, a feathered friend, and find even more books to add to your reading list. 


This magazine features works of many Pulpwood Queen and Timber Guy Authors like Scott Semegran, Carolyn Haines, Carol Van Den Hende, and Rita Quillen to name a few. There’s also a page from Melissa Conroy’s The Lowcountry Coloring Book just for fun. Get to know Kathy L. Murphy and the book club she started over twenty years ago. Where wearing tiaras is mandatory and reading our good books is the only rule.


The International Pulpwood Queen and Timber Guy Book Club Reading Nation is the biggest meeting and discussing book club in the world with eight hundred chapters, including chapters in several foreign countries. Our debut magazine features all of our Official Selections for Spring, with a few surprises. Meet Podcaster and Narrator Theresa Bakken, read a poem by Kathleen Rodgers, and learn more about Leslie Lehr. Get to know Kathy L. Murphy and the book club she started over twenty years ago. Where wearing tiaras is mandatory and reading our good books is the only rule.

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