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The Looking Glass

A beautiful Sunday thought!

Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books

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I have found some beautiful blogs.

We touch without touching.

We look through the eyes of likeness

and find ourselves

deep within the heart of another.

Poetry takes us there

to the looking glass of souls.

Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books®

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Welcome to RAVE WRITERS—INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF AUTHORS

Am circling back to this group again! Has much to offer and I’d like to keep them in my range of vision by posting this on my page. Here’s to blogs and posts! ⚜️

Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author

Hi! Welcome to RAVE WRITERS—INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF AUTHORS, otherwise known as RWISA {pronounced RISA or rice-uh, with a silent ‘W’}, a division of the RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB! (RRBC)

RWISA, the latest brain-child of Author, Nonnie Jules, was founded for the sole purpose of introducing the literary world to some of the top INDIE Authors! These writers are consummate Professionals, dedicated, committed and driven to continually excel at producing the best written works possible. Are they perfect? No, but none of us are. What separates them from the rest, is their ultimate goal of giving readers what they are paying for…great, polished reads and writing!

The members of this community have penned works that have garnered high marks and praise for creativity, and their dedication to the excellence of the craft of writing. But, it doesn’t stop there! Their desire to be the BEST…

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Guest Artist, Rachel Hutcheson

Love Rachel’s poetry and inspiration!

Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books

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Today my guest artist is Rachel Hutcheson, aka blacksheeprebelgirl joining us from Nashville, Tennessee. Her website is blacksheeprebelgirl.com  She can be found on Facebook and Instagram under the same moniker. Here poetry is unique and sparkling with wit. I am happy to share some of her sparkle here today. Enjoy!

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Links to e-Book Give Away, Oct. 20, 21, & 22

Have a great give-away!!

Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books

http://amzn.to/2yra26K  Goblin’s Goop    

http://amzn.to/1M8WYoB  Christmas Christmas Everyday

http://amzn.to/2nW6WSo  Colors Talk

http://amzn.to/2nqE6G3  How the Snake Got Its Tail

http://amzn.to/2hPc4Dd   The Love Tree

http://amzn.to/2xR16b1 City Slicker’s Guide to the Amish Country

http://amzn.to/265rdpF  The Wolf Pack Moon

http://amzn.to/2yxsZ57  If I Were A Garden

Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books®

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FREE E-Book Days Coming

In the spirit of giving, QuickTurtle Books® will be hosting a free eBook giveaway coming up this next Friday-Sunday!  Look for all our books in Kindle such as Goblin’s Goop, Christmas Christmas Everyday, Colors Talk, How the Snake Got Its Tail, The Love Tree, and City Slicker’s Guide to the Amish Country. 

All eBooks available for download Oct. 20, 21, & 22nd.

Reviews are welcome on Amazon and also our individual WordPress sites.

City Slicker's Guide to the Amish Country

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Guest Artist, Glenys Doull of New Zealand

Wonderful and sharing! Nice to meet Gleny and her rich poetry!

Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books

It is my privilege to introduce Glenys as part of our Guest Artist Series.  I believe she is an important poet of our times and for the people.  Unencumbered by the literary judgements of intellectuals, she is part of the movement to return poetry to the people–where it rightfully belongs.  I hope you take the time to enjoy her wonderful skill of imagery and verse.

These poems are used by permission and copyrighted by Glenys Doull.

Sweet Peas

Heavily scented warm
summer air draws in
buzzing bees eagerly
seeking precious nectar.

Sweet peas swarm up
netting on the old shed wall
a perfumed rainbow
tapestry of many hues.

Pale pastels to bright
reds, purples, pinks,
blues and lilacs paint a
masterpiece on old timbers.

Rich pickings for the
school children’s flower show.

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