Looking for #Micro #Reads? Ck out the #RRBC Catalog today! # RRBC_Community

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.

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*Members receive credit for micro-reads when they have read/reviewed/reported TWO micro-reads.  



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


Unhinged A Micro Read by John Podlaski

Two fourteen-year-old boys are offered a great first-time opportunity to watch a movie by themselves at a local drive-in theater. Little did they know that the movie would affect them in ways neither imagined nor will ever forget.



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

“The Day The Lights Went Out … on Education” 

(The COVID19 ‘LIGHTS OUT’ Series, Book 1)

The Day The Lights Went Out...on Education by Nonnie Jules

During this pandemic, I offer a 5-part Micro Read series on how COVID19 has impacted and interrupted lives around the world. Since the beginning of this crisis, I have followed and also documented every step and misstep along the way by the current administration in Washington, and also the plus and minus moments of our local leaders around the world. As deep as we are right now into this disease, some still don’t really know what’s going on, or how it’s impacting them – mentally, physically and emotionally.  Now, the issue has moved extremely close to my heart. They want to send our kids back to school during the worst pandemic of our lives.

I am a Mom who values many things, but above all else, I am a Mom who values life.

Everyone is sharing their opinion about what we’re living through and how it should all be handled – now it’s time that you heard mine.



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

“Contemplations of a Woman Turning 65”

Contemplations of a Woman Turning 65 by Pat Garcia Amazon

Moving toward her Sixty-fifth birthday, Tessie Blount contemplates the next stage of her life. The death of her last girlfriend has her floundering as she deliberates between wanting to go on living or taking flight as all her friends have done and go up yonder.

Not married and with no purpose, she questions the validity of living further until love is offered to her most unexpectedly. But will she accept it?

11 thoughts on “Looking for #Micro #Reads? Ck out the #RRBC Catalog today! # RRBC_Community”

  1. Okay, I have Joy’s “The Visit” to my delight, and just got “Unhinged.” I also picked up another short so I’m on a buying spree today. Y’all going to make a Reader out of me. LOL.


  2. Congratulations to all you participants in this year’s micro reads. I’m going to get my copies. They sound very interesting.


  3. “Unhinged” by John Podlaski was a gripping short read! I gave it 5 stars and here’s my review:
    Scared Silly
    This short micro-read is extremely well-written and the author drew me right into the flight for life! Two teenage boys scared out of their wits by a movie have to walk home late at night. I was right there, walking/running, with them. From the way this is written, I’d say this author knows a thing or two about fright and he transfers it to the reader with ease. If you are looking for a short (ten minute) read and want to be sucked in, this is the micro-read for you!

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  4. Just got my copy of Unhinged by John Podlaski! This is the 3rd Micro Read to make its way into our catalog! Woo Hoo! Way to go, Joy, Jan and John! All the J’s are ruling! Let’s see, I think we should add a MR by an author whose name begins with an N (but still ends in J). We can’t win with these J people, now can we?

    Great job, guys!


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