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"All the Rave" World Book & Copyright Day Giveaway for RRBC


I recently became a member of the super supportive RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB. Through RRBC, I’ve connected with other authors, read new books and gotten in on some of their great perks  — like a chance at being the Club’s Book of the Month or a Spotlight Author or a#PUSHTUESDAY Winner.  It’s free to join.  Just go to the RRBC website.
World Book & Copyright Dayis April 23 this year.  It’s a symbolic date for world literature, celebrating books and their authors. Formalized by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization), this day pays a world-wide tribute to the art of writing by encouraging everyone to discover the joys of reading. UNESCO created this day to not only promote reading and publishing, but also to make authors aware of their protection under copyright law.
The members of RRBC have compiled gift packages of books, both in Kindle and Nook formats. There are a number of ways to gain entries and many chances to win! Visit the RRBC website, go to the WORLD BOOK & COPYRIGHT tab and use the Raffle-copter to enter. This is open to everyone, members and non-members.
The giveaway will run from Wednesday, April 23 through Saturday, April 26. The winners will be announced on Sunday, May 4 in the Rave Reviews Online Newsletter.
(The governing board of RRBC would like to thank those members that have so graciously donated to this special giveaway):
Alex Jones, Atoyia Pencil, Beem Weeks, Bette A. Stevens, Bruce A. Borders, Christopher Pepper, Clarissa Simmens, Dale Furse, David A. Kimmel, Doris Dancy, Garrett Addison, Jacob Quarterman, Jane Yates, Julia Barrett, Karen Ingalls, Kasper Beaumont, Kathryn Treat, Kish Knight, Leisl Kaberry, Lorraine Pestell, Michelle Abbott, Michelle Weidenbenner, Nicholas Rossis, Peter Muller, Rebecca Nolen, Rea Nolan Martin, Rhani D’Chae, Roderick Davidson, Sahara Foley, Sara Furlong Burr, Seve Verdad, Shelley Young, Shirley Slaughter, Stevie Turner, and V.C. Arran.
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