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Scribblings of a Southern Belle

Hello, bloggers!!

It is my pleasure to welcome this week’s “SPOTLIGHT” Author, Micki Peluso!!! Micki has been a member of Rave Reviews Book Club since early 2014. (That’s TWO YEARS!!!)  She is super supportive and all-around awesome!! Please help me shower her with support today!


Excerpt from . . . And the Whippoorwill Sang

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School started and fall descended upon us at once, mourned by the whippoorwills, which had to migrate to warmer lands. I’d come to grips with the ghosts; whether true ghosts or poltergeist activity by my wacky teenagers. The starling finally stopped swooping down from the attic right after the school bus left and I was having my coffee while doing my crossword puzzle. It was a daily routine; bird swoops down, cat leaps up and grabs bird, I scold cat and open the front door and the starling leaves until the next day.

It had…

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#RRBC Spotlight Author Micki Peluso

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I am pleased to welcome Micki Peluso to Fiction Favorites. Micki has received Rave Reviews Book Club’s Spotlight Author honor and will be on tour this week .

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The Rewards of Writing . . .  And the Whippoorwill Sang

While writing this book was something I had sworn to do as a deathbed promise to the one I lost, it was both blessing and bane. There were times when I laughed and times when I cried—just like my readers.  Many supernatural events happened as I finished the book, just as they did throughout parts of the story. A whippoorwill, not indigenous to where I live now, sat in the bushes near my deck and sang his sad three syllable song as I wrote the hardest part of the book. Upon typing ‘The End,’ the elusive bird disappeared only to return in pure sight the day I had my first book…

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Micki Peluso in “WHO’S ON THE SHELF WITH NONNIE JULES?”

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” our Current “SPOTLIGHT” Author & #1 Fan of WHO’S ON THE SHELF Interviews, Mrs. Micki Peluso!

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

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DISCOVERING ENGLISH LITERATURE IN BITS & BYTES: AN INTERNET APPROACH

Adiditional Online Data for book series: Discovering English Literature in Bits and Bytes: An Internet Approach, to British and American Literature, including Activities As A GuideTo Critical Thinking

SERIES ONE: BRITISH LITERATURE, VOLUME ONE: BRITISH LITERATURE – BEGINNINGS, SECTION ONE: ANGLO-SAXON LITERATURE, CHAPTER FOUR: A LETTER ON THE ADVANCEMENT OF LEARNING or PROSE PREFACE TO POPEGREGORY’S PASTORAL CARE (894); and Other Works in Old English such as TALKING POETRY; KING ALFRED’S POEMS: FIRST TURNED INTO ENGLISH METRES; PREFACE TO ST. AUGUSTINE’S SOLILOQUIES; and EXCERPTS FROM ALFRED’S WORKS THAT EXPRESS KING ALFRED’S EPITAPH

ADDITIONAL WEB SITES (SOME CITED IN CHAPTER 4) WITH MORE INFORMATION

Transcription of Alfred’s Old EnglishProse Preface to Gregory’s PASTORAL CAREhttp://www.departments.bucknell.edu/english/courses/engl440/pastoral.shtml (click links)                                                                                                                    …

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THE WHISPER by Pamela Zagarenski

The Reader and the Book

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This is a book about the joy and delight in reading and imagining.  It is a book about creativity and having fun.  It is a beautiful book in color, in creation, and in childhood (no matter what age one is!).  As I looked upon each double-page I felt a delight in the visual as well as where my mind began to take me.

“There once was a little girl who loved stories.  She loved how the words and pictures took her to new and secret places that existed in a world all her own….” 

The little girl’s teacher loans her a book.  It is a special book to this teacher because her grandmother gave it to her as a gift.

As the little girl heads home, the book is under her arm and is slightly open.  The words are escaping from the pages and into the air.  We, then, see…

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SPOTLIGHT AUTHOR FOR 7/10-7/16

Our “SPOTLIGHT” this week is on MICKI PELUSO, author of “…AND THE WHIPPOORWILL SANG” which you can snag a copy of at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007OWPBGK.

To find out even more about MICKI, the amazing support-filled package she’s receiving this week, and to support her on her 7-day blog tour, please visit the “SPOTLIGHT” Author’s page on this site.

Don’t forget to join MICKI as she takes her chances up “ON THE SHELF” with Nonnie Jules on Thursday, 7/14/16 as well as sitting down for a LIVE interview on the RAVE WAVES show, “BRING ON THE SPOTLIGHT.”

So much fun for MICKI as she sits under “the” most fabulous “SPOTLIGHT” ever!

Let’s show @MickiPeluso grand support while she sits in this fabulous “hot” seat here at RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB, so that when you’re sitting here, the same will be done for you!!!

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