WHAT RRBC HAS DONE FOR ME!

TESTIMONIALS FROM OUR MEMBERS!

If you have a great story to share regarding how or what RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB has done for you, please share it in the comments section below.  Have your sales increased, your reviews or even your blog or social media followers? How about your support?   Others would love to know your story and some would like proof that we do what we say we’ll do!!!

After reading the testimonials of some of our members, why would you NOT want to join?  Join us today then offer your own testimony about WHAT RRBC HAS DONE FOR YOU!

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  1. I joined Twitter in 2015, and started adding other authors. I would read their books, leave a rating, and let them know. Some would thank me, but I was looking for more.

    In May 2016, I was searching through Twitter, and came across a link about Rave Review Book Club. I didn’t scroll by that link, like I normally would. Instead, I clicked on the link and found myself on the RRBC website. I read what the club was about, and quickly realized I had found a likeminded group. This was a group that wanted to read, and leave honest reviews—perfect! It was my lucky day, when I ran across that link for RRBC and joined.

    I quickly picked a book from the catalog, and started reading. I carefully wrote my first review and posted it on Amazon, and let RRBC know. What I realized in that moment– we all want reviews on our books. I thought I was doing that before RRBC, but what I was doing was very limited. Here is a group that is not only willing to read your books, but promote your work along with their own.

    There are so many perks to being in this club, and I have learned a lot in my first year as a member. I not only learned how to write a review, but to focus on the quality of my work. I was educated on how to present myself as an author—not only in books, but on Twitter, Facebook, emails, and blogs. I have been exposed to: blog tours, leaving comments, book trailers, interviews, social media, and so much more. I’ve become a fan of many indie authors whose books I’ve enjoyed, and their blogs. Besides the bonus of getting to read some well written books, the support from RRBC members are amazing!

    One of my highest points since joining (so far) is being included as one of the Books of Month. It has been another awesome experience as a club member, but not the only one. I have had a SPOTLIGHT week, my first ever interview with Gwen Plano from “Beyond the Pen” (and an upcoming one on “Buy the Book”, next month) and have had a place on RRBC’s online magazine “Pipeline”. All I can do is thank everyone for their support. It really means a lot to me to be a part of this group.

    So, if you are on the fence about joining this group, it’s time to climb over and hang out with us! It is much more than reading each other’s work. It is about learning, perfecting your craft, making some new friends, and cheering each other on. More importantly, it is a writing family that I am very glad I found.

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    1. Thank you for sharing your experience and your kind words about #RRBC! Be certain the honors you’ve received are well deserved! We are glad to call you one of our own!

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      1. Thank you! I am glad to be here:)

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  2. I hope this has been a great month for you, Laurie!

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  3. Terrific Podcast–that RRBC did for me–nice questions, fun to talk on my favorite subject, A. Hamilton and his Schuyler ladies–always a good thing to have an opportunity to spread the word. THANKS, RRBC!

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  4. oops – I didn’t mention @Jinlobify in my thank you for your Tweets list! Ugh. But now you are in a spotlight.

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  5. I’m going to leave a longer reply to “What has RRBC done for me”, after my BOM (Yippee, I’m so excited) is over, but I can’t wait to thank all the Tweeters and all the coordinators during this time. I’m thrilled (and a little scared) about the book club discussion on Monday, March 13th, 11am CT. Fortunately it’s a chat room so I don’t have to worry about hair and make-up. Seriously, I’ll be in my pajamas because that is 9am in California and I rarely am up that early. I know. I’m spoiled. Thank goodness for alarms! So thank you to Nonnie first and foremost for this fabulous honor and amazing book club. Marlena, thank you for your magical secretary skills. You must be a good multi-tasker. And thanks to these Tweeters: John Howell, Shirley H. Slaughter, D.I. Finn, Kim Cox, Patricia Guthrie, Jan Hawke, Michael Lynes, D E Howard, Charles W. Jones, Harmony Kent, Natalie Ducey, A.M. Manay, Bill Ward, Joy Nwosu LoBamijoko, Audrina Lane, and Pheonix. I hope I didn’t leave anyone out. If I did, get out the paddle. And congratulations to D.L. Finn, and Kevin Cooper for being BOM’s too!

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    1. We’ll have a great time on Monday 13th Laurie – I’m out for a pamper day and literary lunch earlier on so by the time I’m back for the discussion (in the UK here 😉 ) I’ll be mellowed out and ready to look after you! 😀 Enjoy your special month to the full – you deserve it 🙂

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    2. Thanks, Laurie! I’m excited, too, and I am so thankful for the support this month. I glad to hear you are in California, too. I’m not a morning person,either! Look forward to tomorrow the the rest of the month. I would try to thank everyone who has re tweeted, but it is a LONG list. Thank you!!!

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    3. So thrilled for you, Laurie! Enjoy to the fullest. I’m looking forward to the discussion today. It’s always fun and engaging. The nerves will subside within minutes. This I promise you! 🙂

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  6. Jan, you certainly deserve this award. Among hundreds of others who are also so helpful and delightful to work with in this amazing club, you stand out like a beaming star. You have been a big help to me and I know I can always run to you for help or advice on any writing matter or RRBC question. I’d send you a tiara but I just ran out of them so instead accept both my thanks and appreciation for you just being who you are.

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    1. My pleasure Micki – no need for any tiaras (I’m an earrings girl BTW! 😛 ). Thank YOU for being you too – I’m so grateful that the club has brought us together. 😀 ❤

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  7. Just posted a ‘twofer’ on Jan Hawke INKorporated – https://janhawke.me/2017/02/22/the-best-indie-book-club-on-the-planet-or-how-i-became-member-of-the-year/
    for Recruitment day and a thank you for being voted in as Member of the Year. Thanks so much, not just to everyone who nominated me, but to all the members anyway, for being so easy to be with and support – you really are the best bunch ever and why I’m always proud to ‘plug’ ‘THE best Book Indie Book Club on the Planet’! ❤

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    1. Fabulous post as always, Jan. You are so deserving of the award as Member of the Year! And you are so right, RRBC is absolutely “THE BEST Indie Book Club on the Planet!”

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      1. Oh my goodness – I’m doing typos all over today! LOL Thank you Soooz – RRBC is habit-forming and should be pushed all over by people like us who know what’s good for us! 😉

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        1. I’m having a giggle here, I didn’t even notice the typo. I think I packed my brain and its in the movers van. 🙂

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    2. Congratulations Jan! You really deserve it. I’m going to bump your latest book to the top of my TBR review list as it’s on my kindle.

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      1. Thank you for the bump and for saying nice things! If it wasn’t for RRBC I wouldn’t have found such stellar friends like you! 😀

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