Are You Ready to Join? #RRBC #SpecialToday

You’ve heard me talk about Rave Reviews Book Club (RRBC) before. You’ve hear me bang gongs, blow trumpets and babble incessantly about how much I love being a member of this fantabulous organization. It’s the ULTIMATE social media platform for small press and indie authors, hands down.

And guess what?

Today only, you can join at a discounted price. Normal membership dues are $25.00 for a year, but today you can sign up for the discounted price of $20.00. That’s a paltry sum for the amount of support you’ll receive as a member.

Oval logo for Rave Reviews Book Club, white letters on blue oval with red border

Want to meet new authors?

Want to discover new books?

Want to have your own books read and reviewed by other club members?

Most of all, do you want to be part of an author community where the key word is SUPPORT?

As with most things, the more you participate in RRBC the more you’re rewarded through friendships, reviews and support.

Hmm…I do keep harping on that word “support,” don’t I? It’s there for a reason. It’s the backbone on which President, Nonnie Jules, has built her organization.

If you’ve been sitting on the fence, thinking of joining, now is a great time to take the plunge.

Still not sure how the whole thing works? Check out my RRBC page, and my blog post Let’s Talk Book Clubs  which explains the workings of RRBC in a nutshell. Then hop over to the RRBC sign-up page, and tell them Mae Clair sent you! We’d love to have you as a member.

IT’S NOT ABOUT ME…IT’S ABOUT US!

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