“Novy’s Son: The Selfish Genius” Book Trailer Debut

 Hi, and welcome to the “NOVY’S SON:  THE SELFISH GENIUS” BOOK TRAILER DEBUT!  This amazing story has been penned by Author, Karen Ingalls.  To find out more about Karen, please visit her blog tour page at 4WillsPublishing, where this event is being sponsored. We hope that you will enjoy this amazing story, told thru visuals, meaningful words and music.
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Novy's Son by Karen Ingalls
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From his early childhood, Murray Clark sought love and acceptance from his father, who was raised as the bastard child of a famous artist. Murray struggled with jealousy toward his younger brothers, and he questioned the morals and values of people around him.

As an adult, Matthew lived life his way, with years of lying, womanizing, and heavy drinking. Though married four times, did he ever find unconditional love? Would Murray’s high intelligence, his love for his two daughters, and his unique philosophy of life help him rise above his demons?

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Karen Ingall's photo
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Twitter:  @KIngallsAuthor
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Thank you for stopping by my blog, and supporting the Book Trailer debut of Novy’s Son. Please use the link above to watch the Trailer on YouTube, and leave a comment before you go.
As Indie authors, we are so grateful for  the support that we receive from you, our readers, and I want to take this moment to tell you that without you, Indie artists of any kind could not survive. Imagine the incredible wealth of talent that would be lost, if that happened. You are the life line of the Indie artist community, and you are very much appreciated.
Please join me on Wednesday, for a post that I hope you will find interesting.
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Contact Information

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Email: rhanidchae@gmail.com


This is a behind the scenes look at one of my absolute favorite books. When I read Jazz Baby, I was swept away by the story and totally captivated by the character of Emily Ann. This is a book worth reading!

Jan Hawke INKorporated

BEEM-WEEKS-PICI am so honoured and delighted (in Brit English I’m chuffed to bits! 😉 ) to be introducing one of my all-time favourite Rave Reviews Book Club authors today! Beem is a writer after my own heart – his characters and scenes leap off the page, straight into your heart and mind, triggering wonderful evocations of time, place & emotions. He’s also a massive supporter of other authors through his work as custodian of the RRBC catalog in his role as Review Co-ordinator, recording each and every review put up online by our wonderful members, not to mention his tireless promotion of others on social media. So glad to be your first first host on this tour, Beem, training that RRBC Spotlight on you and only you!
Take it away, my friend! 😀

Why Did I Write Jazz Baby?


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Why I Choose to be an #Indie #Author #RRBC #RWISA

This is a fabulous article by Indie author, and founder/president of Rave Reviews Book Club, Nonnie Jules. If you are holding your breath, waiting for that traditional publisher to find your book among the thousands of submissions that they receive, you should pay attention to what she says.As for me: Indie loud, Indie proud, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.


The main reason is INDEPENDENCE.  I remember as a child dreaming of becoming a writer.  As I got older with a bit more knowledge under my belt, I dreamed of one day becoming a published author.  After having read many stories of how authors were rejected over and over again, and how hard it was to break into the publishing business, after a while, the thought completely left my mind.

Then one day (later in my life), I read an article about a self-published author who had become a New York Times Bestseller.  I’ve told the story before of how I reached out to her, how we communicated back and forth until I got to the part about her sharing with me her secrets, then all conversation came to a screeching halt (another reason there is now RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB, where support and non-competition are both high priorities)…that’s…

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