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Meet RJ Blain

RJ Blain. The Busiest Writer In the World.

It is with great pleasure I introduce to you Mrs. RJ Blain, the Busiest Writer In the World.
There's a good chance some of you already know her. She has one of the most prolific Google Plus profiles on the web, and churns out quality content at an inhuman rate. After authoring more than ten novels in two years, all of them with multiple five star reviews. Mrs. Blain has turned to the world of crowdfunding to pursue the next step of the journey.

CLICK TO TWEET: Support the indies! Meet RJ Blain.

As I present the campaign to you, it's already thirty-three percent funded and that happened within five days. The objective is to bring her well-received urban fantasy series "The Witch & Wolf" to print and she is offering a king's ransom to those who help her get there. Beyond signed copies of the series, she is offering both digital and traditional coloring books to those who help her get there.

CLICK TO TWEET: She Wrote 10 Books In Two Years. Check Her Out.

This is someone I've had the privilege to both learn from and call friend, and I'm honored to give her a boost here. So I invite you to check out her work, and give a little to make this dream a reality. The campaign is here. Take a look.

Thanks for reading.


From the coloring collection



Yours, when you donate






Comments

emaginette said…
Good luck, RJ. I hope you make it happen. :-)

Anna from elements of emaginette

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