Welcome to the “NEW” #RaveReviewsBookClub #RRBC @RRBC_org @RRBC_RWISA @Tweets4RWISA


(This space is reserved for active & supportive members’ new releases only.  Having your book listed here is a courtesy and not a right of membership.)

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Welcome to the all-new RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB featuring “Rave Reviews By Nonnie Jules!”

RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB is a virtual book club comprised of the most supportive authors and readers around the world!  In December of 2013, Author, Nonnie Jules created the forum, Rave Reviews by Nonnie Jules, specifically for the purpose of introducing the world to some really great reads.  After having read so many books that had been given high marks, yet weren’t deserving of those marks, Nonnie wanted to offer a forum where readers could come and trust that the reviews of the books posted were truly honest.   After creating the forum, she began to think of the many ways that she could foster this environment on a grander scale.  It was then that RRBC was born.

As of December 2019, we are now in our 7th year of formation and we are so very proud of that!  Our longevity in this arena is due in large part to our loyal, supportive and active membership.  (It also doesn’t hurt to have a President and leader who works tirelessly to ensure that all who are part of our RRBC family, are the best in the literary arena while also always being at their humanly best).

We strongly encourage you to JOIN us, especially if you are an author, as the books listed in our catalog will be profiled, heavily promoted and propelled to new heights via the support of the club. The greater our membership numbers, the more successful and stronger our collective voices will be, as we forge ahead to impact positive change in the literary community.

In this new decade, we stand firm on the kinds of members we want on our roster.  We’re seeking fiercely loyal, highly supportive and extremely active members.  Members who embody these traits are the forces that will ensure the continued success and growth of our organization.  If you fall into these three categories, you belong on our roster.  But, if you’re looking to park your books in a catalog and just disappear, without having offered any support to your fellow members, we suggest that you join another club as RRBC is clearly not for you.  {For more info on the club, please visit our FAQ page.}

For those of you who are new to book clubs, here is how this one works:  Once the club has made selections for the month (our selections are posted on the right-hand side of each page of this site), members are encouraged to get their copy of the selected books, read and then post their reviews to Amazon, B&N.com or whatever forum they use for reviews.  (NOTE:  We do not recognize reviews left on the Goodreads forum}.  Then, once the club meets for its virtual monthly book club discussion, all members are invited to join in the Q & A session featuring the authors whose books were chosen as BOMS (Books of the Month).  Please be mindful of the club’s selections, as it is always our intention to support and propel the awareness and sales of each authors’  books during their month.

{The Mission and Goal of the RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB are to Profile, Promote & Propel the careers of Indie authors.  The only way that we can do that, is by supporting each of our authors with book sales and HONEST reviews.  If you are an individual who is in the habit of skimming through the FREE sample that is given by Amazon, and then “claiming” to have purchased and read, this may not be the club for you.  We encourage and hope that each of our members will run out and purchase (either in e-book or paperback format) the selected author’s books – then,  when finished with the complete read, post an honest review.  When it is your turn and your book is in that wonderful seat of being Profiled, Promoted & Propelled, you will want the same courtesy extended to you.  We proudly work on the HONORS SYSTEM here at #RRBC}.

Our mantra here at RRBC is those that are most supportive here, are the ones who are most supported here.  Those who are expecting to add their name to our roster and then just disappear without making any connections within the club, or without supporting any of their fellow members, probably won’t get out of it what they are expecting.  What you put in here, is what you’ll get out here.

Thanks for stopping by!  Please support Indie authors and help us to bring books back to the important status they once held and encourage more reading.   Please re-tweet the pages of our catalog and our entire site on Twitter, share them on Facebook and to all your other social media sites.

We look forward to your support and your membership.  Do tell your friends about us!!!

{If you would like to have your book(s) reviewed by Nonnie, please submit your request by clicking here.}

Here are just a few forums you might be interested in visiting on our site:

(NOTE:  Some of these forums may be for MEMBERS ONLY):



*CATALOG (Let us know what books you’ve read and reviewed)

*PEER SUPPORT (Got a literary question? Well, click here and ask your peers! Be sure to read through the comments already posted first as you may find your question has already been posted and answered)



66 thoughts on “Welcome to the “NEW” #RaveReviewsBookClub #RRBC @RRBC_org @RRBC_RWISA @Tweets4RWISA”

  1. Hi Everyone–Here is my latest book review. It’s posted on Amazon.

    “Amulet’s Rapture” is the third installment in Linnea Tanner’s excellent series, “Curse of Clansmen and Kings.”
    My first advice to anyone thinking of reading THIS book is that it’s imperative that you read the first two books in the series. If instead you were to read one of these epic novels out of sequence, I believe you would lose many details and might be listen the story.

    In this volume, Princess Catrin has been held in slavery by Decimus. She has thought for the entire time she’d been in bondage that Decimus was an honest man, but was he? Was he conspiring with her arch enemy, her brother Marrock? Was he doing everything he could to keep her and her lover Marcellus apart? This is a classic story of conspiracy and lack of communication, and how those can lead to violence, war and carnage. Whom can anyone trust? Can Catrin even trust Marcellus? The only thing she can trust, it seems, is her raven.

    Decimus sells her to a slimy slave trader, who wants her to become a female gladiator. Because I don’t want to spoil the plot, I will stop here in revealing anything else. I will say, however, that the author’s description of the despicable conditions in which slaves were kept, the ways in which they were treated like chattel and property, the filth and inhumanity in which they lived comes alive through her words. Recently, an archaeology report revealed the discovery of a number of graves of slaves in what would have been Brittania in this book. The slaves had been beheaded with a swift blow to the head and their heads buried at their feet so that their souls would not be able to rejoin their bodies–or so the archaeologists hypothesized. This discovery fits right in with the sentiments of Linnea Tanner’s description of the times.

    If I were able to give this book 4.5 stars, I would. The battle scenes and some of the gore can be overwhelming in some ways, and I would not recommend this series to younger readers. However, I am impressed with the world this author has created, the historical research she has done, and how she has tied it all together. Her characters are believable and came alive through her writing. But again, I repeat that anyone reading these books should read them in order to catch all nuances and plot twists/conspiracies in the three volumes.


  2. Hi Nonnie and Happy December to all! I am thankful to be part of this amazing diverse group of authors. When great personalities from all over the world come together, positive things happen.

    Nonnie, your vision of this group is awesome. Authors Breakfield and Burkey appreciate your highlighting our new releases. Likely we do not say thank you enough for your support. You are appreciative.

    Take care all.

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  3. Hi Nonnie, I’m a little late to comment on your new website but better late than never. I took a three months break from blogging due to illness. I totally love the new website. I love the Author Page and will register ASAP. Will I be able to add new books to the Author Page later when I have a new release? Currently, I have one book.

    Also, I try to sign up to host blog tours for 4WillPub, but my submission didn’t seem to go through. I’ll try again later.

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      1. Thank you so much, Nonnie! I’m only just catching up with everything – a bad habit I need to improve on, if not break altogether. 🙂 Thanks for all the new developments on RRBC. The new website is amazing. xx


    1. Hi, Charles! I was surprised that it changed, as well. But, in hindsight, I should have changed it years ago when the club started to take over a greater presence than REVIEWS BY NONNIE JULES. With the new URL, it will be much easier for us to be found, although, it seems no one had an issue finding us before.

      Thanks for the Congrats! 7 years in this arena “is” a huge deal!

      Happy New Year, Charles!


  4. All of you have shared that you like how the site looks, how much easier it is to navigate, etc. No one has mentioned the fact that we have a new URL – RaveReviewsBookClub.wordpress.com!

    I think this is a HUGE deal since I gave up my most precious RaveReviewsByNonnieJules.wordpress.com.


    But, it was for the best and the continued growth of our club 😉

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    1. Hi, Nonnie. Yes, you are right! It is a HUGE deal, but I think it is going to make the club much more visible and easier to find by anyone doing a Google search. I know it was hard to give up the old site, but this one is more streamlined and modern, and I absolutely LOVE the new logo with the Eagle soaring!

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    2. Hi, Nonnie. The new URL is not unnoticed, and is going to make it much easier for any author looking for us to find the site right away! It is a big deal and one that will reap rewards with new active and excited members! I applaud your visionary spirit!!

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  5. I love the new site! Not only professional, but twice as inviting! Makes you want to explore every category at your leisure! Enjoy it with a cup of coffee, and let it all soak in! Well done, Nonnie!

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      1. I am very active promoting RRBC and RWISA on Twitter Nonnie but this new site encourages me to get more involved here. It’s more user-friendly and a great step forwards. Your hard work and inspiration is much appreciated by us all.

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  6. Congratulations to us, Ron! In all honesty, I didn’t find the other site hard to navigate BUT, in the end, while organizing this one, I did realize that we had just too much. I’m streamlining things a bit better here and hopefully, we won’t turn into pack rats and keep adding more and more packages of unnecessary stuff.

    Thanks for dropping by, Ron!


    1. Joy, it was hard thinking about giving up our old “home” but, in the end, realizing how long we have been around, I knew it was a leap that we needed to make. I couldn’t bear the thought of not ever seeing our old site again, so, although I knew it would be a huge, Huge, HUGE task, I decided to create an all-new one. One day, maybe I’ll revive the old one. How about that?

      By the way, Joy, this was a labor of love!

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    1. Hi, Jan! Our old site was professional…but, I can see how you feel that with the absence of the “color” that we had on the old site how this one does bear a bit more professional appearance.

      Thanks for your kind words and support always, Jan!


  7. I’m happy that you like our new home, Gwen! As far as ALL who worked on it? Well, this was a Nonnie job – party of one. I do appreciate John F. checking on things to ensure that I hadn’t made any hiccups! Thanks, John F.!

    Happy New Year!

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