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On Wed, Sep 8, 2021 at 4:02 PM Sharon Shaloo <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Dear Guy/Deziree,
> I was a bit late to the meeting today but did hear as the session closed
> that the captioning (and hence the posting) of our videos would not be
> completed in time to have the videos available next Friday, 9/17, as NBF
> opens.
> That is too bad but I gather that it is not something that can be avoided
> at this point in the process.
> To keep faith with the authors who have volunteered their time to be part
> of these videos,PLEASE give us 24 hours notice of the time that the videos
> will be available so we can do a collective/collaborative social media push
> that will drive people to the videos at the NBF site (in the Festival Near
> You section, as you say).
> With that information we can all do a coordinated social media push that
> will help us make good on the promise we made to the Great Reads authors
> that their contributions would be part of the NBF celebration.
> Thank you in advance for sending out that alert,
> Sharon
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