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Radio Interview with Author Bette A. Stevens this Thursday at Noon

DOG BONE SOUP Struggling to survive

  • Maine author Bette A. Stevens talks about her debut novel DOG BONE SOUP live on #RRBC WAVE RAVE “Spotlight Honors” with Rave Reviews Book Club’s radio host Nancy Bell…
  • WHEN? Thursday, June 18th, 2015 at 12 noon EST
  • WHERE? Right here on BlogTalkRadio

Call in, Tweet us or just listen in live or later#RRBC WAVE RAVE host chats with author Bette A. Stevens about her debut novel DOG BONE SOUP. You’re invited to join the conversation right here! http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ravereviewsbookclub/2015/06/18/rrbc-rave-wave-spotlight-honors-with-guest-bette-a-stevens

  • DOG BONE SOUP by Bette A. Stevens discounted for 5 days, June 18th through June 22nd. ONLY 99¢ (Retail kindle version $3.99). Grab a copy at YOUR AMAZON and tell your friends.

DOG BONE SOUP on kindle 2Thanks for all of your support, Friends. HAPPY READING! ~ Bette A. Stevens

Comments on: "Come join us #RRBC WAVE RAVE RADIO SHOW on Thursday, June 18th at 12 noon" (6)

  1. Hi Bette, I had a doctor’s appointment yesterday when the interview was live but I got to listen today. It was so nice hearing your voice and so cool to have tweets coming in while you spoke. The interview went great and I liked the way Nancy tied in ‘Matilda’ with ‘Dogbone Soup’. All in all it was enjoyable to hear andI’m so glad I was able to today.

    Much Love, Micki


    • Thanks so much for the listen and the love. Hope all is well with you and yours. Dan is recovering nicely from surgery, now for all those follow-ups. At our age, it seems medical appointments are the rule of the day. Sending Much Love right back to you, my dear friend! ❤


  2. Saw this too late. Congrats


  3. Bette, I was out shopping when this came on but got to listen to it after the fact. Great interview. I love the idea of writing these books so that people are aware of the living situation in many homes.

    And you sound exactly as I thought you would. You use the word ‘mum’ instead of ‘mom.’ Are you originally from Great Britain?


    • Hi, Sharon. Thanks bunches for taking time to listen in and leave your thoughtful comment. Born in NY, grew up in CA & NY, my own mother was MOM and later MAMA to me. ‘Mum’ was used in DOG BONE SOUP to represent Henrietta’s unique character in in the story. Thanks for the great question! 🙂


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