HISTORICAL FICTION – #RRBC

*RWISA AUTHOR, BETTE A. STEVENS:

“Pure Trash”

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“Dog Bone Soup”

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*AUTHOR, JAMES SINCLAIR:

“In the Shade of the Shamiana”

In The Shade of the Shamiana by James Sinclair

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*AUTHOR, JOHN PODLASKI:

“Cherries”

Cherries by John Podlaski

 

“When Can I Stop Running?”

When Can I Stop Running by John Podlaski

 

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*AUTHOR, JOY M. LILLEY:

“Figs, Vines and Roses” 

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*AUTHOR, JOYCE SHAUGHNESSY:

“A Healing Place” 

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“Blessed Are The Merciful” 

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“The Unsurrendered”

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*AUTHOR, PHIL STEPHENS:

“The Altar Boy”

The Altar Boy by Phil Stephens

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*AUTHOR, STEVEN NEIL:

“The  Merest Loss”

The Merest Loss by Steven Neill

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*AUTHOR, YECHEILYAH YSRAYL:

“Renaissance:  The Nora White Story”

Renaissance by Yecheilyah Ysrayl

28 responses

  1. Yvette M. Calleiro | Reply

    I am trying to be better about posting which books I’ve read and reviewed. From this genre, I’ve read and reviewed Pure Trash: The Story by Bette A. Stevens. Here is the link: https://www.amazon.com/review/R110X958TV71MQ/ref=pe_1098610_137716200_cm_rv_eml_rv0_rv. I enjoyed it so much that I bought Dog Bone Soup. I’m looking forward to reading it. 🙂

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  2. Ron Yates let me read a pre-release copy of his final volume of the Billy Battles trilogy. It’s terrific. Watch for it.

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    1. Thanks for the plug, Scott. Really happy you like Book 3 in the series!

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  3. I have read and reviewed Across Great Divides which was a wonderfully written book.

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  4. tapetersauthor | Reply

    I have just finished reading “The Master and the Maid” by Laura Libricz. What a great book! I am writing a five star review for it. I love it when the characters in a book feel so real you walk around with them on your mind long after the story is over. I’m looking forward to part two of the trilogy coming in September!

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  5. I just read and reviewed The Improbable Journeys of Billy Battles by Ronald E. Yates. It’s a great read.

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  6. I read and reviewed a wonderfully haunting book about a daughter learning some truths about her mother. It is titled Dancing at Midnight by Rebecca Yelland.

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  7. I have read and reviewed on Amazon under “Catnap,” MYTH AND MAGIC by Mae Clair, THROWAWAY SON by Fred L. Funk, PURE THRASH and DOG BONE SOUP by Bette A. Stevens. I found them all fascinating reads.

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  8. I’ve just bought Juliet Waldron’s Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton: A Master Passion AND Roan Rose. I think I will enjoy them both!! I still have to be hooked by the first page. These both did it on the PEEK INSIDE feature.

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  9. I read and reviewed Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton by Juliet Waldron. If you love history, you will love this book.

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  10. I have just ordered THROWAWAY SON by Fred L. Funk and PURE THRASH by Bette A Stevens (Kindle versions) and hope to review them soon.

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  11. I just purchased Loggerhead by T.A. Peters

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  12. I read and reviewed Loggerhead by T.A. Peters. Wonderful book.

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    1. Thank you, Karen. I really appreciate your support!

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  13. I read and reviewed Dog Bone Soup by Bette Stevens, which was a page turner. Thank you for a wonderful read.

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  14. I just posted a review on Amazon of PURE THRASH: The Story by Bette Stevens. It is a delightful story that takes me back in time to my childhood. Thank you Bette Stevens.

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  15. Just ordered a copy of PURE THRASH by Bette Stevens from Amazon. I was intrigued when I read the blurb since there is a segment in one of my books dealing with the same type event, also based on true stories. Looking forward to reading it and will leave a review.

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  16. Historical Fiction for The Liberty Bodice a WW2 drama

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  17. HISTORICAL ROMANCE FICTION for Fig,Vines and Roses

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  18. I truly enjoyed Loggerhead! An excellent piece of historical fiction, written in the most authentic voice I’ve read in ages. Well done!

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    1. tapetersauthor | Reply

      Thank you so much for taking the time to read Loggerhead and for leaving such a beautiful review!

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  19. I recently created a new WordPress/Facebook/Twitter account: Indie Book Scout & posted my Amazon review of ‘Jazz Baby’ by Beem Weeks. Terrific read 🙂

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  20. Read and reviewed The Widow Makers.

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  21. Please add two of my books: PURE TRASH and DOG BONE SOUP to this category. Many thanks! Bette A. Stevens

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  22. IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ THIS FIRST BEFORE YOU POST A REVIEW IN HERE

    Because it’s needed apparently – a few words from Nonnie about posting reviews away from the main BOOKCLUB SELECTIONS FOR REVIEW (CATALOG) page…

    “ATTENTION: PLEASE POST YOUR PURCHASES, READS AND REVIEWS ON THE MAIN BOOK CLUB SELECTIONS FOR REVIEW PAGE. THANK YOU!”

    The reason for this is that Beem’s spread pretty thin and if you post away from the main page he may not pick up that you’ve done the review and so you won’t get credited for it…

    BE SURE TO EMAIL BEEM at ravereviewsbookclub@gmail.com ATTN: REVIEWS as well as sharing your reviews on the MAIN CATALOG page – that way your efforts won’t be missed! 😉

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  23. Have just finished reading Gerry McCullough’s ‘Johnny McClintock’s War.’ Now to figure out what I am supposed to do to review it!

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    1. OK. Now figured it out! Reviews done and all notifications in order – I hope.

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  24. ATTENTION all RRBC members. Please remember to alert me of ALL posted reviews by EMAILING me at ravereviewsbookclub@gmail.com. This will ensure that I see your reviews and give you credit. Posting on this page is simply for sharing with fellow RRBC members what you’ve read and reviewed. Thank you.

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