Motivational & Inspirational Wednesday! #RRBC

Rave Reviews By Nonnie Jules

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Everyone goes through storms at times.  The rich, the poor, the powerful, the President;  doesn’t matter what or who you are, you are not immune to the struggles and trials of life.  During this time of storm, what’s needed is support and encouragement from everyone around.  Truth be told, some even find it hard to get out of bed and get dressed, and it’s at those times, when motivational words help to lift them right up.

Today is our Motivational & Inspirational Wednesday and we want all of you to help us lift someone up!  You never know what your neighbor is going through, so, we want our community to drop by here, get inspired and feel uplifted by simply reading the comments left by YOU.  The person who leaves the most inspiring and motivational words of wisdom in the comments section below, wins our SURPRISE OF THE WEEK!

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Book Review Circus Tarot By C W Joans

Circus Tarot by C.W. Jones
this horror book was a really good read.
it tells how a wife gives her husband a tarot reading and therefor they find themselvs trapped in the deck. they must find a way to escape this world of killer clowns or loos their identities and becone part of the circus tarot.

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It Takes A Village to Market A Book

The Long and Short Stories of Life

I’m sure you’re familiar with the African proverb, “It takes a village to raise a child”! Ideally, it takes that same village to help a writer promote his books. With a plethora of books from every genre known to man, and a few new ones like Psionic, it’s getting progressively difficult to compete in a glutted market.

In aneffortto garner a following, manyindependent authors have opted to give our books away for free. Middlemen, who have no literary talents, have become wealthy in our business by virtue of the book giveaway companies they’ve formed. They advertise our hard work and offer it to the public for free. To register with the morefamous of these companies, we must pay them for the privilege of giving away our blood, sweat, and tears.

I’m not blaming readers, since I’ve snagged a few of these freebies myself, but this is not always beneficial…

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Book Review Heart Of The Staff By Carol Narrs Phipps

the Heart of the Staff by C M Phipps
is a great read and i really enjoyed it.
this collection of six books trace a pare of powerful magic itemes the heart and staff and the people who want to use them to rule their wold.
this book has everything a good fantasy should elves trolls unicorns dragons even talking animals!
however i did not like that unicorns were just like commen horses which is why i gave this book only three stars!!

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9 Tips to Improve Your Writing

A Writer's Path

by Michael Cristiano

One of the hardest things about being a writer is knowing when you’ve reached that elusive status of being a good writer. Scratch that: the hardest thing about being a writer is knowing when you no longer suck.

You see, bad writing is everywhere nowadays. With the exploding self-publishing industry, anyone can become a published author. Anyone. Have good books been self-published? Of course, but bad books have been published tenfold, and this excludes all the times that a big press has released a poorly written book (in the name of business, of course).

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Should You Self-Publish or Go the Traditional Route? How Do You decide?

A Writer's Path


by Katie McCoach

This question has been asked hundreds, even thousands of times over the last few years, and today with the self-publishing market as strong as it is, it’s a good question to STILL be asking.Should you self-publish or go the traditional route? And how do you decide?

Both options are equally viable. You can be successful (or not) with either route.

So, to simplify this, let’s look at the pros and cons.

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Book Review – Circus Tarot

Dawn Delivers

My oh my it appears I have another book review for you already – and this time it’s

“Circus Tarot” by Charles W Jones
You can get a copy here

Blurb: 4 Stars “This is not your typical walk in the park horror either! It is a creative twist with one of the most original settings I have seen in a long time!” – Kriss Morton

CircusInspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Stephen King’s IT, and cult movie classic Killer Klowns From Outer Space, Charles W. Jones brings the first instalment of the Circus Tarot Trilogy. In the strange land of World Circus, Mary and Darrin discover they aren’t in their safe, dull life any longer, but have taken the identity of one of the cards from the Circus Tarot. After a terrorizing encounter, resulting in death, they learn the bizarre rules of the land, and discover…

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