#RRBC Blog Recruitment Day!

Theme:  Celebrating Women

I know one young Nigerian woman, who has left an indelible mark in the world of writing. Her name is, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. When it comes to celebrating our women writers, her name comes to mind.

I have been following her work from the time I decided to become a writer myself. First, I started by reading Nigerian authors, both male and female, and Adichie’s novels have captured and inspired me more than any other Nigerian female writer’s works. I have read almost all her novels, and find all fascinating.

At Rave Review Book Club (#RRBC), we are celebrating women this month, and I have chosen this outstanding writer as my theme author.  Ngozi, you may be surprised that I am writing about you and profiling you to our #RRBC members, without actually knowing you personally, or meeting you in person, but this is with a purpose. I will like to invite you to join us at the #RRBC, and enjoy our wonderful support and promotion, and so that we can also get to know you better.

#RRBC is a unique club, set up primarily to support Indie writers. You may say that you are not an Indie writer, but let that not be a hindrance to you becoming a member. We welcome all authors. Your qualification for being a member is that you are an author,  or simply a reader of books with a blog.

In our club, we profile, propel and promote our author members. We also read, and review author members books on a regular basis, and support our author members in their regular blog tours. It is a fun place to be as an author, and I will love to see you amongst us as a member. Please click here to join:

https://ravereviewsbynonniejules.wordpress.com/join-here/