#RRBCAuthor & #LifeTimeMember @sharrislaughter writes about #History #ShortStories & #Health. Her brother #RonaldLPowell was #LostInAction… she wrote about that, too! #Step into her world! @RRBC_Org

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Shirley Harris-Slaughter is the author of Our Lady of Victory, the Saga of an African-American Catholic Community which was written to address a need to preserve Catholic history in her local community.  She is active in her church and virtual book club community where she has added another biography and fiction to her repertoire. She is married to Langston and is a Michigan Native.  Shirley is a LifeTime Member of RRBC and serves on our Specialized Support Team as a Co-host of the RAVE WAVES “RATERS NOT HATERS” BlogTalkRadio show.

Connect with Shirley via…

Twitter:  @SHarrislaughter


Amazon Author Page

You can find Shirley’s books listed under the following categories in the RRBC Catalog:

Health & Fitness


Short Story


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51 thoughts on “#RRBCAuthor & #LifeTimeMember @sharrislaughter writes about #History #ShortStories & #Health. Her brother #RonaldLPowell was #LostInAction… she wrote about that, too! #Step into her world! @RRBC_Org”

  1. Hello Everyone!

    The most amazing thing about this day is reconciling with my son. We have not been communicating at a satisfactory level in order to really understand each other and I think we hit that snag and broke through it. Communication is really the best gift of all and I’m happy.

    The next best thing is friends and families outside of a real family. RRBC is my family because we have so much in common with each other.

    Nonnie, you reached out to me on twitter when most of us didn’t really know how to use it and you formed our twitter group. It went from there to Rave Reviews Book Club, and I’ve been with you ever since. You have taken me on a wild ride through this virtual book club; and it was the best thing to happen to me. I love you like the daughter I never had.

    Have a happy and safe holiday everyone, and don’t eat too much.

    You are the best!


      1. That picture was taken at the start of my first book launch back in 2008 or 2009. I was trying to look professional. Lol.

        Thanks so much Phil.


  2. Happy Birthday, Birthday girl! Hope your day was fabulous and you’re a rock star for hosting your show on your birthday! I hope we made it nice! The show certainly was a winner!

    Your gift is on the way and should be delivered tomorrow! I hope you love it!

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  3. I want to thank all of my RRBC family for the warm birthday wishes and support that you gave me throughout the month of November. Hope to see you in a few minutes on Raters Not Haters.

    I love you all.


    1. Hi Maura. Glad you like the cover. My only regret is that I didn’t do it when I first published, because this is exactly what I had in mind at that time. By the time the publisher and I got through the interior, I was exhausted and afraid they wouldn’t fully understand what I wanted. Since I had to do a Second Edition, I’m glad I changed the cover now.

      Thank you for helping me celebrate this month.


    1. Hi Jan. I think I’m going to look forward to November 28th since I will be hosting that day. At first I thought, why am I going to host anything on my birthday? But since this is a special month for me, why shouldn’t I? Looking forward to it.

      Thank you Jan for hosting me on BOTS on thursday. It was a blast!

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    1. This virtual book club takes us on a free trip everyday doesn’t it? … around the globe!

      Thank you very much Roxy, and I’m so glad you came to the party.


  4. Happy Birthday, Shirley!
    Wishing you all the best in your writing career. That you achieve those goals that your heart desires. That you never give up and continue to walk in the determination to fulfil your purpose completely.
    Enjoy your birthday with family and if possible a couple of your friends.
    And above all, keep writing.
    Shalom aleichem


    1. Robbie I know its late, but since I’m on the page, just acknowledging that I appreciate you for visiting me here and apologize for not responding sooner. For some reason, I didn’t get a notification and I am following this page.

      Again, thank you so much.

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    1. Sorry I’m late responding. I’m not getting my notifications but need to stop here more often anyway. Thanks Mark, for always being so supportive.

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