BETHANY TURNER “PAY IT FORWARD” WEEK – Today’s RRBC Author – Micki Peluso

My Rave Review Book Club Pay it Forward page with Jason Zandri

The GUNDERSTONE review

Micki

Hello readers – today onTHE GUNDERSTONE REVIEW, as well as on ALL of my social media sites, I am going to spotlight, promote, and propel one of my fellow authors from my online book club – #RaveReviews BookClub ( #RRBC )

The “BETHANY TURNER “PAY IT FORWARD” WEEK”effort is the brain child of member Bethany Turner to which I have volunteered – three days in total this week for three different authors.

If you are an author and want this kind of support, you can get in on “that action” via membership to the #RaveReviews BookClub.

Today I am spotlighting Micki Peluso, author of AND THE WHIPPOORWILL SANG

In her own words:

I have written since I learned to hold a pencil. But life interferred with serious writing until a tragedy struck my family.I have written since I learned to hold a pencil. But life interferred with serious…

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Reviews for Trading Knives: “A prequel

Archer's Aim

Reviews for Trading Knives:
“A prequel short story that surprised me by how entertaining it was. Especially great were the intense knife-fighting scenes.”
“Solomon has a taut and controlled way with words. His style reminds me a bit of Isaac Asimov but with a high fantasy twist. I was intrigued by this story after the first few pages and he definitely left me hanging and wanting more. I’d recommend this to lovers of fantasy for sure.”
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Memorial Day, today, tomorrow, EVERYDAY!

Wonderful post to remind us that we have freedom at a high cost–the lives of our men and women in the Armed Forces. Never forget that!!

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Memorial Day

Although this day is a nationally recognized holiday to honor those that have died while in service defending our freedoms.  BUTTT we need to have a Memorial Day today, tomorrow and EVERYDAY!

There are soooo many soldiers that are giving up their lives, their families and are dealing with a loss of a mom or dad.  This is so horrific for these people, and there is no way we can personally celebrate every soldier or family, but we can:

  • salute a soldier if you see him in uniform,
  • you could also tell him/her how proud it is to have this service willing to give up their freedom, their family and their life.
  • Or you could just say a simple THANK YOU.
  • Don’t just let this day be the day make it EVERYDAY!  Thanks peeps, now…

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KIM COX in “WHO’S ON THE SHELF WITH NONNIE JULES?”

Another great interview with Nonnie

Rave Reviews By Nonnie Jules

Hello, and welcome to “WHO’S ON THE SHELF?” with yours truly, Nonnie Jules!  Since we are a book club, we had to offer something that included a book shelf.  A lot of interviews merely cover an author’s work or an individual’s career stories.  Here on this “SHELF,”  we get down and dirty and ask the questions no other interviewer dare ask.  We ask the questions that you want to open up a book and find the answers to on your favorite authors and fellow book club members, but no one has dared to cover them.  WE get personal!  Because when you sit on the RRBC “SHELF,” YOU are an open book!

Today, I have with me on the “SHELF” Current “SPOTLIGHT”Author, Kim Cox! 

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NJ:  Before we get started, how does the “shelf” feel to you?  Is it comfy?

Kim:  I think it’s okay. <She shifts around…

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Empress, on Lisa Burton Radio

Entertaining Stories

Welcome to another edition of Lisa Burton Radio. I’m your host, Lisa the robot girl, and things are about to get freaky around here. Our sponsor today is the comic book, Empress written by Brian Barr and Chuck Amadori.

My guest today is a private detective named Niles. “Welcome to the show Niles.”

“Thank you, Lisa. It’s a pleasure to speak to you from my office, not too far from Hollywood.”

“My bio says you were hired by a motion picture company to find a missing silent movie actress. What can you tell me about the circumstances leading up to her disappearance?”

“Well, I’ll try to speak about this without divulging too much confidential info, out of respect to the movie company that’s hired me. Apparently, there were a couple of issues with Zia and her company, in relations to the changes in the movie business. As we’ve noticed in…

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PURE TRASH by Bette A. Stevens and it’s #FREE May 19–23

Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author

PURE TRASH MustRead Prequel to DBSIt’s PURE TRASH(Historical Fiction/short story) by Bette A. Stevens—a “Compelling Prequel” to the novel DOG BONE SOUP and the eBook version is #FREE at YOUR AMAZONhttp://bit.ly/1BMrqbL from May 19th through May 23rd.

Review blurbs

“Amazing prose!” ~ JC

“A powerful short story” ~ Nicholas C. Rossis

“A Window into a Baby Boomer’s Saturday” ~ Kristina Steiner

Book Summary

The year is 1955. Remember the Good Old Days? You know, the 1950s and ‘60s, when America was flying high. The All American Family lived a life filled with hopes and dreams and life’s necessities too. Shawn Daniels isn’t your typical American Boomer Boy. No, Shawn is a poor boy. He can’t join Boy Scouts or sports teams. There’s not even enough money for necessities. Besides, Shawn doesn’t have time for that. But when chores are done, there’s always fishing! In this short story, Shawn and Willie Daniels are off…

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Season of Blossoms a Haiku by Bette A. Stevens

Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author

Inspired by nature

Apple Blossom HAIKU bas 2015Spring has sprung and apple trees are shouting about it here at the farmstead in Central Maine. After a long winter’s nap their branches are bursting into bloom. With temperatures in the 70s and sunshine in full array (Oh, but rain predicted to be on its way…), this writer is shouting about it too. Inspired by another of nature’s wonders ~ Bette A. Stevens, Maine author illustrator

What’s inspiring you this spring?

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