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NOTE:  All blurbs posted here are the work of the author and are taken directly from Amazon.  The RRBC team accepts no credit or critiques for these blurbs.



To learn more about D. L. and her other books, visit her RRBC AUTHOR PAGE!

“No Fairy Tale”

No Fairy Tale: The reality of a girl who wasn't a princess and her poetry by [Finn, D. L.]



To learn more about Dennis and his other books, visit his RRBC AUTHOR PAGE!

“Gotta Find A Home:  Conversations With Street People”

Gotta Find A Home - Conversations With Street People by Dennis Cardiff

“Gotta Find A Home 2:  More Conversations With Street People”

Gotta Find A Home 2 - More Conversations with Street People by Dennis Cardiff

“Gotta Find A Home 3:  Conversations on the Streets”

Gotta Find A Home 3 by Dennis Cardiff

“Gotta Find A Home 4:  More Conversations on the Streets”

Gotta Find A Home 4 - More Conversations on the Street by Dennis Cardiff



To learn more about Eichin and her other books, visit her RRBC AUTHOR PAGE!

“A Mother’s Heart” 

A Mother's Heart: Memoir of a Special Needs Parent by [Chang-Lim, Eichin]

Parenting is a challenging journey, especially when raising a child who requires extra attention. There are days when it feels as if you’re trapped in a dark cave with no way out. The lonesomeness and helplessness exhaust you. You may be looking for some words of inspiration to know that you are not alone.

A Mother’s Heart is a book for any parent in a similar circumstance. This book is written by a mother raising a special needs son with a genetic disorder. It encapsulates both the elements of a memoir and a self-help book.  (More on Amazon)



To learn more about Jan and her other books, visit her RRBC AUTHOR PAGE!

“Flowers and Stone”

Flowers And Stone by [Sikes, Jan]

The epic love story begins here!
A hot Texas summer, dim-lit honky-tonk bars, a young naïve fledgling go-go dancer and a wild rebel Texas musician set the stage for this story.
1970 in Abilene, Texas finds young Darlina Flowers trying to figure out how to fit into the world she is most attracted to – the nightlife, live music and go-go dancing. Luke Stone, a veteran Texas Musician believes he’s lost all reason to care about his music career, his health and most especially his heart. A chance meeting with Darlina changes everything. But, is it too late? Has fate already determined the outcome? Join Luke and Darlina on a passion-filled journey up and down Texas roads while Luke and his band entertain crowds along the way.

Can Darlina Flowers ever hope to fit in to this strange new world and even more important, can she trust Luke Stone with her heart?  (More on Amazon)

“The Convict and The Rose”

The Convict and the Rose by [Sikes, Jan]

When Texas veteran musician, Luke Stone, finds himself behind bars with a seventy-five-year sentence, he is filled with hate, anger, and rebelliousness. He’s lost everything that he treasures, including the woman who holds his heart.

How has it come down to this? He’s spent his entire life writing songs and making music, filling dance halls and bars from Texas to California. But, when he refuses to tell the FBI what he knows about certain bank robberies that he possesses knowledge of, they make sure he pays dearly.

Broken and alone, in a prison of her own, Darlina Flowers struggles to find a way to live without the man she loves so completely.
Over the next sixteen years, Luke and Darlina each search for ways to somehow survive the fate life has hurled them into.  (More on Amazon)

“Home At Last”

Home At Last by [Sikes, Jan]

With empty pockets and a heart full of dreams Luke Stone leaves behind the nightmare of fifteen long years in Leavenworth prison, not giving it a backward glance.  Eyes firmly on the future, he boards a Greyhound bus bound for Texas…for freedom…for the one who holds his heart. The unjust conviction no longer matters and revenge haunts him no more. Darlina Flowers, the woman who takes his breath away, waits ahead and with her by his side, nothing can stop him, or can it?

“Til Death Do Us Part”

'Til Death Do Us Part by [Sikes, Jan]

Veteran Texas musician, Luke Stone, has cheated death more times then he cares to remember. He’s been everything from a simple farm boy to a rowdy roughneck, a singing star to a convict and finally a husband and father whose goals consisted of building a home and raising a family…which he did.

Now, with a chance for a second music career, he knows the sand in his hourglass is running thin. His anchor in life and true love, Darlina, stands at his side determined to help make the dream a reality. But, his aging body is sabotaging every effort and the only thing that keeps him going is sheer will power and the love he has for Darlina.
When faced with being confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life, Luke draws on every resource to continue to function and contribute to their home and to society.  (More on Amazon)



“Exclusive Pedigree:  My Life In and Out of the Brethren”

Exclusive Pedigree: My life in and out of the Brethren by [Fear, John L]



To learn more about Joy and her other books, visit her RRBC AUTHOR PAGE!

“Pregnant Future”

Pregnant Future: No One Knows What Tomorrow Will Bring by [Lo-Bamijoko, Joy]

This is the story of Justina. Although the future was not clear to her, she dreamt for herself, a future she wanted to live. Then, she jumped into her dream life with both legs, and without fear, she swam the troubled waters of life, scaling and dodging all obstacles, and in the end, she came out scarred but alive.  (More on Amazon)



“Allergic To Life”

Allergic to Life: My Battle for Survival, Courage, and Hope by [Treat, Kathryn Chastain]

Imagine that the very food you eat and the beautiful carpet on your floors start to make you feel violently ill. Your contact lenses cause your eyes to burn and water uncontrollably. Trace amounts of mold on other people’s clothing cause you to become unable to hold a thought or get it from your brain to your mouth during an everyday conversation.  (More on Amazon)



“Lillie, A Motherless Child”

Lillie, A Motherless Child by [Hobbs, Lynn]

The true life story of Lillie Fritsche. One of sixteen siblings, born in the depression era. Lillie’s mother passed away when she was seven years old. Follow her journey from a motherless child to an inspiring woman of faith.



To learn more about Marcha and her other books, visit her RRBC AUTHOR PAGE!

“The Family History Fun Factor”

The Family History Fun Factor: How to Gather and Preserve Family Folklore by [Fox, Marcha]



“Mennonite Daughter:  The Story of a Plain Girl”

Mennonite Daughter by Marian Beaman

What if the Mennonite life young Marian Longenecker chafed against offered the chance for a new beginning? What if her two Lancaster County homes with three generations of family were the perfect launch pad for a brighter future? Readers who long for a simpler life can smell the aroma of saffron-infused potpie in Grandma’s kitchen, hear the strains of four-part a capella music at church, and see the miracle of a divine healing.

Follow the author in pigtails as a child and later with a prayer cap, bucking a heavy-handed father and challenging church rules. Feel the terror of being locked behind a cellar door. Observe the horror of feeling defenseless before a conclave of bishops, an event propelling her into a different world.

Fans of coming-of-age stories will delight in one woman’s surprising path toward self-discovery, a self that lets her revel in shiny red shoes.



“And The Whippoorwill Sang”

And The Whippoorwill Sang by Micki Peluso



To learn more about Robert and his other books, visit his RRBC AUTHOR PAGE!

“Summer of ’77”

Summer of '77: Beaches, bars and boogie nights in Ibiza by [Fear, Robert]

“Fred’s Diary 1981: Travels in Asia”

Fred's Diary 1981: Travels in Asia by [Fear, Robert]



To learn more about S. Danson and her other books, visit her RRBC AUTHOR PAGE!

“Empty Chairs”

Empty Chairs: Much more than a story about child abuse (Standing Tall and Fighting Back. Book 1) by [Burke, Suzanne]

“Faint Echoes of Laughter”



“No Where Man”

No Where Man by Stephen J.

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