Author Archive: reviewsbynonnie

Welcome to “MOMENTS” 1 Day/Multi-Blog Book Blast by @Harmony_Kent! #RRBC #RWISA #ShortStories

Author, Harmony Kent is a regular here at WATCH NONNIE WRITE!  so when we heard that she had released a new book and was going on a one day, multi-blog BOOK BLAST, we wanted to get in on the action!  Ladies and Gents, I present to you “MOMENTS:  A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES AND POETRY” …

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DO YOU HAVE AN ELEVATOR SPEECH? #RRBC

Right now, some of you are staring at this page wondering “What the heck is an elevator speech and why do I need one?”  Well, EVERY writer needs one if he wants to rub elbows with movers and shakers in this industry, and to me that could be anyone who has the ability to purchase …

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The #PregnantFuture Blog Tour has stopped here! @Jinlobify #RRBC

Pregnant Future (No One Knows What Tomorrow Will Bring) A True-Life Memoir On this last day of my tour, I would like to talk about our great book club, The Rave Reviews Book Club (#RRBC). Before I became a member of this great club, I published through those publishing houses that promise you heaven on …

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Welcome #RRBC #RWISA Member, Marlena Smith!

In her own words… How long have you been writing? Since a very young age, 2nd grade being my earliest memory. Writing has always been a big part of my life, a favorite past-time. How many books have you authored? I have three short stories/poems in RAVE SOUP FOR THE WRITER’S SOUL Anthology. My debut …

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

Originally posted on 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…

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8 Ways to Tarnish Your Author Brand, #RRBC #RWISA

Recently, I presented a short session on BUILDING YOUR AUTHOR PLATFORM during the RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB’S 1st Annual, WRITERS’ CONFERENCE & BOOK EXPO.  (That session is still available online for a short while, and if you’d like to register for it, you still can > here).  I’d like to spend a moment now, talking …

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#RRBC, IT’S COMING FROM BOTH SIDES

Last night, I happened upon a very interesting documentary about the desegregation of busing in Boston public schools.  “The call for desegregation and the first years of its implementation, led to a series of racial protests and riots that brought national attention, particularly from 1974 to 1976.  It led to a decline of public school …

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Homewreckers…BEWARE! A Husband Scorned #RRBC

You know, I try not to sit in judgment of anyone and I don’t condone violence of any kind.  But, since I am so opposed to HOMEWRECKERS, I’m OK with this husband “fighting” for his family.  (Personally, I think the butt-whipping should have been reserved for the wife, I mean, maybe she lied to the …

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Give Them Their Flowers Now (#RRBC)

Many, many, many (many) years ago, there was a gospel song that I loved by the Rev. James Cleveland that said “Give me my flowers… right now. If you feel like I deserve anything, don’t wait ’til I’m dead and gone.  If I’ve been nice to you or done something to make you happy along …

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If This Makes U Uncomfortable, Then U Make Me Uncomfortable #RRBC

“We can’t understand their lives until we walk a day in someone else’s shoes.  And, because the shade of our skin isn’t interchangeable, what we can do, is we can all stand (or kneel) together to affect positive change, not for one, but for all.  For this dream to become reality, we must change the …

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