I'm trying to help a friend start a book reading group site on blogger/blogspot.  She is trying to add her mother as a participant, but it's requiring a google sign-in?  Is there any way around this?  Also, is there an easy/nice way to handle discussions without having to verify each participant.  She wants people to be able to jump in, sign in, and start a discussion on a book each month, week, etc.  So far, All I could think of is through comments.  I know everyone here is much more familiar with these pages than I am.

 

Rick

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I'm not sure about blogger, but what about starting her own .ning site?
Oh, like this one, what's involved?
In the right column under Tricia's picture is a Create a Ning Network. It will walk you through it.

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