1. Love the cover of this new Pipeline magazine, and the easy-to-navigate format. It’s easy to see a ton of work went into this. Great job, Nonnie Jules! Kudos to you and many thanks!


    • Hi, Karen! Thanks for dropping by. So happy you’re enjoying The Pipeline. I enjoy doing it but it is a ton of work and I wish I could give credit to the help that puts it together, but, unfortunately, I am the help. If anyone would like to volunteer to help, please do!

      Nonnie’s two little hands are exhausted!


  2. Wow! I’m going to need another cup of coffee or two in order to make my way through all of the info here! I love the format! Well done!

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  3. I want to thank everyone in my RRBC family for the coveted November Book Of The Month award. I don’t take that lightly and am very proud to have received it. I will continue to do my best to make you all proud. Thank you again!!

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  4. I completely agree with what Wendy said. Nonnie literally works her fingers to the bone to make this conference nothing short of amazing. It’s a great time to purchase and review her books! Thank you, Nonnie!

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  5. Bring on the RRBC Conference! Nonnie dedicates months of effort to showcase RRBC authors and their books (to the detriment of her own writing career) – how about showing your support of our phenomenal leader by purchasing and reviewing her books.

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  6. I was browsing and reading the “Letters To The Editor” and learned a lot about the members and what’s going on at RRBC.Nice job on the magazine, Nonnie.

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    • Yeah, the untold story is that they wanted to be closer to the lava, but the heated pavement kept melting the bottoms of my shoes, so it got dicey there for a while. Thanks!

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    • Why, thank ya, Jan. This one is the loyalty test: if you can look at that face and still read the mag, you’ve done something! Thanks for the support, Jan.


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