Conversations Over Milk and Cookies with Kindle Ninja

By now you all know that I am a proud member of the Rave Reviews Book Club Board serving as its Membership Director.

Rave Reviews Book Club is growing rapidly.  Besides the benefits of getting more name recognition as well as increased sales and reviews, there is another wonderful benefit of being a member of this AWESOME book club.  This wonderful benefit is meeting and interacting with other readers and authors.  These wonderful people will surprise you with the most amazing opportunities.  A few days ago I was asked by one of our newest members @kindleninja  of Kindle Ninja Book Reviews to do an interview.  He is uplifting my fellow board members and myself through a segment on his blog entitled, Conversations Over Milk and Cookies.  You may view my conversation here.

While you are visiting there, please make sure to take a peak at Episode 1 with our club’s secretary, Marlena Hand, and Episode 2 with our club’s Incentives Coordinator, Teri Garringer.  Please also check out Episode 4 with our club’s Welcoming Director, Leisl Kaberry and Episode 5 with our Reviews Coordinator, Beem Weeks.

As new episodes appear, I will come back here and update this blog post.

 

 

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8 responses to “Conversations Over Milk and Cookies with Kindle Ninja

  1. I, too, am allergic to mold, yeast, preservatives, and the list goes on. I lived in house with toxic mold and became horribly ill (I had already been diagnosed with the yeast allergy years earlier). I asked the landlord to address it and he put a plastic bag over a leak in the bathroom. I moved out rather than renewing the lease (naturally). His wife sued me after they destroyed the house after I’d moved out. They blamed the destruction on me. This, in addition to dealing with a debilitating illness. It reached a point I could no longer care for myself. I’ve now been diagnosed with MS. I’ve pretty much lost use of my arms, hands, shoulders, and hips permanently. Yet people still doubt mold allergies or yeast allergies. It’s so frustrating. I asked to move from my office at work because it was in a concrete block building and it stayed wet – I had migraines and sickness constantly. They laughed at me when I mentioned my mold and yeast allergies.

  2. Your book is so great…! need to read it again!! It’s really a must-read for anyone with a chronic illness.

  3. Nice article/post Kathryn, but you always write interesting things. Would you mind my putting this blog under AUTHOR RESOURCES on the navigation board in PnPAuthors?

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