THE best Indie Book Club on the Planet… or how I became MEMBER OF THE YEAR!

Jan Hawke INKorporated

It’s the award season of course! However, this isn’t going to be about plaudits for bands, vocalists, or actors of the big, small, and live screens and stages, for the movie and music industries. Just thought I’d put that out there so any celebrity-junkies who’re expecting something glitzy can jump blogs to their usual trysting places. This is about books, first and foremost. All sorts of books, not just fiction, but memoirs, self-help, erotica (well-written raunchy tales) and non-fiction of every stripe. So, in a way, this is about the INSPIRATION behind a lot of those other, much more famous award ceremonies that have been going out with a raucous fanfare since the New Year. Because a lot of those Golden Globes, MoBOs, Emmys, Brits, BAFTAS and uncle Oscars started out in life as part of a book!

This is about theclick HERE or image above to go to RRBC…

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Find the support you need at #RRBC

Dawn Delivers

Wrote a great book, did you? Looking for ways to reach readers, are you? Well, have I got the place for you. It’s called RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB! Yep! I’ve been telling you all about it for the past three-plus years. And just what exactly is RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB? I’m glad you asked. RRBC is an online community […]

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Subnormal book review.

This is book 1 of the subnormal triage by Stewert Kenyen.
This is one of the mowst dfrighterning books since 1984.
The new guverment pas new ruels that the elderly and disabled must work.  Brothers Paul and Tomy find themselves in a work camp being greeted we’re then crime ranks.
Paul how has aspergies cannot understand why everyone is so excepting of such I’ll greet ment.  Even they are punished by being segregated and cannot shower do they complained atfirst.  But then they start revealing why?

Could we all being fead mind controlling drugs?

If so what can the sub normals do about it?
As a blind person I found the possibility of this book very freighting.  The charicters were very well writen.  It’s insights into aspergies was very in lightening.  Some of the profits go to a school helping with this conditions.
I give this book 4 out of 5 stars.

Would recommend it to anyone over 18.

Grate work cannot wate to read the next one.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00QQ8CQ84/ref=ya_aw_dod_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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Welcome Nonnie Jules, President of Rave Reviews Book Club and Rave Writers–International Society of Authors

From the Pen of Mae Clair

Hoy, boy! Do I have a special guest for you today, gang! I am honored to be hosting Nonnie Jules, the woman whose vision became Rave Reviews Book Club. Please welcome the president of RRBC and the founding member/president of the Rave Writers International Society of Authors! I’m thrilled to have her here today for an awesome Q&A and personal post!

Banner logo for author Nonnie Julies, president of Rave Reviews Book ClubHow long have you been writing?
This will sound cliché, but I really have been writing all my life, at least since the 3rd grade.  I became a published author in 2012.

How many books have you authored? Please share the titles of up to three.
I have authored 3 books, and co-authored one.  The titles are “THE GOOD MOMMIES’  GUIDE TO RAISING (ALMOST) PERFECT DAUGHTERS,” “DAYDREAM’S DAUGHTER, NIGHTMARE’S FRIEND,” and “SUGARCOATIN’ IS FOR CANDY & PACIFYIN’ IS FOR KIDS.”  I can’t list the co-authored title because…

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