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Thank you 4WillPublishing & author Susanne Leist for the shout-out for DOG BONE SOUP! READERS: Leave a comment on Suzanne’s blog–you may win a prize! ~Bette A. Stevens

SUSANNE LEIST

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Welcome to the first ever “TREAT” Reads Blog Hop!  These members of RRBC have penned and published some really great reads and we’d like to honor and showcase their talent.  Although there were maybe 3-4 winners who were previously on this list who are no longer with the club, now all of the listed Winners are RWISA members!  Way to go RWISA!

We ask that you pick up a copy of the title listed and after reading it, leave a review.  There will be other books on tour for the next few days, so please visit the HOP’S main page to follow along.  

Also, for every comment that you leave along this tour, including on the HOP’S main page, your name will be entered into a drawing for an amazing gift card to be awarded at the end of the tour!

Dog Bone Soup by Bette Stevens

Book:  DOG BONE SOUP

Blurb:  

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Comments on: "The #RRBC “TREAT” Reads Blog Hop" (12)

  1. Really LOVE the book. It’s so original, so American, and I suspect and eye-opener to the many people who think poverty is somehow not a rural New England thing.

  2. Congrats on your blog hop, Bette. Wishing you many sales! It’s a wonderful book! Hugs xx

  3. So sorry I had to miss it. Sounds like a lot of fun.

    • Hi Micki, thanks for stopping by. ❤ Great to see you and hope you're feeling better each day, dear friiend. Love, hugs and prayers… xo

  4. karenringalls said:

    I am a day late! Congratulations, Bette. You deserve the recognition.

  5. A wonderful book, Bette. I love seeing it get all this press! Congratulations. 🙂

  6. What a great book premise! I have a question… do you think it’s harder to write about a time period that is still in living memory, or to write about a period that’s further back in the historical timeline?
    I’m not sure of the answer as a historical fiction writer myself, just curious what you think.

    • Hi, Jen. Thanks so much for stopping by for a visit. For me, it’s easier to write about the past, even though it requires more research to give the story authenticity of an era or period. Historical fiction has always been one of my favorite genres to read and as writers, we can use it to present messages and themes that remain universal. What draws you to historical fiction?

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