Welcome to RRBC’S SIP ‘N REVIEW, where each host sips on their favorite drink while reviewing one of their favorite RRBC member reads!

Unlike our BlogTalkRadio segments, SIP ‘N REVIEW will air on the 1st Saturday of each month on the RRBC YouTube Channel.  All segments will be posted here by noon.

We want to make this show extra special by including all RRBC members in the fun. If you’d like to record your own SIP ‘N REVIEW segment, please reach out to us at RRBCInfo@gmail.com and we’ll get you all set to star on RAVE WAVES!


Airs:  Every 1st Saturday of each month

Air Time:  12 PM CT

Show length: 10 minutes or less


Next Air Date:

March 7, 2020

This month’s guest host: 



“SPEAK FLAPPER” by Author, Teagan Geneviene

Please Support This Segment’s Show Sponsor:

“FLOWERS AND STONE” by RWISA Author, Jan Sikes

Flowers and Stone by Jan Sikes


Join in the conversation of the books listed above on Twitter by using the hashtags below.


Join the fan club of the “SIP ‘N REVIEW” show by sharing your comments below!  Let us know what you think of the show!

21 thoughts on “#RRBC #RRBCSipNReview”

  1. I see that Kathryn Treat’s book trailer music has changed. The original can’t be duplicated. It’s too tough an act to follow.


  2. The SipNReview shows are entertaining and fun and it’s a great way to discover new books to read! I love this month’s review of “My Maine” by Bette Stevens! Great job, Beem!


  3. I just love the Sip’N Review shows & Beem sir started out the New Year with a really wonderful review of “MY MAINE” by BETTE A. STEVENS. Happy reading & reviewing to all at RRBC ! 😀 – Fiza Pathan


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