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Taking on the Indie Revolution with Authors and Bloggers alike!

RULES: You MUST check in twice a week MIN (daily is preferable). You need to share everyone's posts, there is no exception. NOT ALL the posts but you need to decide what you want to share. Everyone here should be involved in world of publishing either as a reviewer, an author, a publisher etc. I as a chief can see who is not checking in and who is sharing our tribes posts.

No advertising within the group. Want to ask folks check out today's post, fine. I am a freelancer srtist, SEO manager, Web designer etc have respect and use Triberr the way b it was intended

Anyone who is not a Prime member can only share 14 posts a week. So if you are a spam blogger of over 5 a day you need to realize they won't be pulled in.

If you feel you are not being shared CONTACT ME at kriss@cabingoddess.com or leave a message here. DO NOT be disrespectful and leave a passive-aggressive message under one of their posts.

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by Susan RobertsWhen I saw the cover of this book, I was intrigued but when I read that it was a Christmas book - something that I rarely read, I decided not to read...
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Hi all: I am republishing the post about this novel because quite a few people showed their interest, but the book had been removed by the time my review was published....
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Here is the second book of the The Merriweather Witches. If you missed the first excerpt I posted, you can check out The Witch and the Wolf here.This is a romance...
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by MK FrenchThe longer, darker nights are the perfect backdrop for thrillers, suspense, and police procedurals. Whether you are looking for the dark and grittiness of a...
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Would a cloud be too much to ask? The afternoon sky had thinned out and surrendered to the relentless sun. Saul parked on Lincoln Boulevard near the mob of looky-loos...
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