ALL ABOUT THE #RRBC SPONSORS BLOG HOP!

Welcome to the first ever ALL ABOUT THE SPONSORS BLOG HOP!  These kind members of the RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB (RRBC) donated their support during the 2017 conference, in the way of gift card and Kindle e-book donations for our Gift Basket Raffle. They supported us and now we are showing our support of them by pushing their book(s).  
 
We ask that you pick up a copy of the title listed and after reading it, leave a review.  There are several books on tour today, 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 Amazon gift card to be awarded at the end of the tour!
Blurb: 

In Mirror of Our Lives, four Nigerian women share the compelling tales of their troubled lives and failed marriages, revealing how each managed to not only survive, but triumph under difficult and repressive circumstances.

Njide, Nneka, Miss Nelly, and Oby relive their stories of passion, deceit, heartache, and strength as they push through life—each on a unique journey to attain happiness, self-respect and inner peace. But none of the women’s journeys is without misjudgments and missteps. Njide falls in love at first sight, marries Tunji too quickly, and is dismayed when Tunji shows his true colors. Nneka once thought that she and Oji were the perfect couple—until Oji traveled to the United States. Miss Nelly is a kind and good-natured woman who allows everyone to take advantage of her—even her husband, whom she married only for his name. But everyone wonders why Oby and Mat even married at all, for their marriage was a battle from the very beginning.

The tales in Mirror of Our Lives: Voices of Four Igbo Women will inspire women

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around the world to never give up, to discover a sense of worth, and most of all, to learn to love themselves above everyone else.

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This blog hop sponsored by:  4WillsPublishing

22 thoughts on “ALL ABOUT THE #RRBC SPONSORS BLOG HOP!

  1. Wendy Scott

    I read this book a while ago, but I remember it well. ‘Harrowing, sad, uplifting, empowering. Opened up my world view on how unfairly our sisters are treated. Each of the four stories have a distinct voice and I experienced a gauntlet of emotions as I read their life stories.’

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  2. Gracie Bradford

    This book is off my TBR list. However, I may end up reading it again. The women in the stories faced tough challenges but emerged in many different ways. Many lessons to learn from these stories. If you haven’t read it yet, pick up a copy. You won’t be disappointed!

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  3. Shirley Harris-Slaughter

    Congratulations Joy. I read all of your books and enjoyed every one of them, while learning something new. What remains the same is the fact they we are all human with like customs and emotions. Being in another culture doesn’t change things. Thank you for sharing your story.

    Thank you Karl for showcasing Joy.

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