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Jul 8, 2014
Rev. LaWaughn Rouse commented on the blog post '[REALITY CHECK] Digital Age Publishing for Vintage Age Writers'
"Thanks so much RYCJ I do understand and things are picking up slowly but steady. I'm learning and now I'm networking. Doing what I know how to do in the best way I know how. Different people have been hosting me as a spotlight artist and…"
Mar 27, 2014
Rev. LaWaughn Rouse commented on the blog post '[REALITY CHECK] Digital Age Publishing for Vintage Age Writers'
"Thanks Zetta Brown you have allowed this late bloomer vintage author to shine. Love your generous and giving heart."
Mar 26, 2014
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Mar 26, 2014
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"SaBrowny Rae is featured today on The Authors Show Radio talking about her novel Backdoor Tales tune in TheAuthorsShow.com"
Jan 7, 2014
Rev. LaWaughn Rouse left a comment for Linda Rosen
"Hey there...go for it and I'm praying that you get someone to do what you need for your book. I didn't even look for agent or anything I just went to self-publish with benefits...meaning that it was expensive but worth it to me...some of…"
Aug 3, 2013
Rev. LaWaughn Rouse left a comment for JMcManus
"Thanks JMcManus, As always you give me such inspiration and direction. I'm planning on doing a blog tour as well and have two festivals coming in Sept. Planning on doing something in Atlanta in Oct and Florida in Nov. Love the fact that you…"
Aug 3, 2013
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"I've been good. I'm working on my next set of books. Had to take some time off to get my illustration skills up so that I can illustrate my own books. I've also started getting into animating my characters. That's the fun stuff;…"
Aug 2, 2013
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"Started two new ways to find out about SaBrowny Rae. facebook.com/sabrowny rae books and sabrownyraereads.blogspot.com"
Jul 31, 2013
Rev. LaWaughn Rouse commented on the blog post '[SWP: BEHIND THE BOOK] Loveyoubye'
"Thanks Rossandra and you can call me RevLa like all of my friends...smile and I will keep on writing and you too"
Jul 31, 2013
Abby Kelly commented on the blog post 'What a Difference a Week Makes'
"Well, I'm going to preach to myself at the same time that I encourage you! I'm in the process of editing my own book and absolutely petrified of the marketing process if it ever gets to that point. I love the "big girl panties".…"
Jul 30, 2013
Rev. LaWaughn Rouse commented on the blog post '[SWP: BEHIND THE BOOK] Loveyoubye'
"Loved this post. I was faced with the same things and now that my book (self-published...plus) is out the toughest part is the marketing and promoting while attempting to create my brand. So far and I say so far...I think because I'm such a…"
Jul 30, 2013
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What a Difference a Week Makes

I've been crying the blues ever since I've entered into the marketing promoting phase of this self-publishing process. After I put on my big girl pants things have turned around and I have been blessed to be led by God to groups, people, and places to help in my process of booking selling. Once I…See More
Jul 30, 2013
Linda Rosen left a comment for Rev. LaWaughn Rouse
"Hello Rev. LaWaughn Rouse. I didn't even know there was such a thing as "friends" on this site. Thank you for requesting me. I joined the site recently and this group for first novels. The post about writers over 60 grabbed me, as it…"
Jul 30, 2013
Rev. LaWaughn Rouse commented on the blog post '[Making the Leap] Writing Through The Seasons, Part IV: Retired, Writing and Loving Life'
"Awesome and then some! I love this post and it has inspired me more than anything. I just turned 61 and put out my first fiction novel 2 months ago when I was still 60. I had questioned what I was doing because of my age and the fact that I had just…"
Jul 30, 2013

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Who I am:
I am an ordained baptist minister that has a marriage and relationship ministry with my husband. We have been married for over 30 years. I am a marriage mentor and coach. We write study books and have workshops for Christian couples. I also work with ladies who are now at a stage in life that they are empty nesters. We have a website http://www.2r1nchrist.com http://www.living4me.weebly.com blog http://www.2r1nchrist.blogspot.com and for general bible study our blog is http://www.4hiswill.wordpress.com we are on twitter http://www.twitter.com/2r1nchrist and we will be starting a blog radio and podcast soon. Currently two ebooks coming one for married couples about intimacy and the other for the vintage ladies about now living 4 me in the fall. Also I'm a Registered Nurse. Mother of four adult children and grandmother of two. New blog for She Writes http://www.radicalrevla.blogspot.com
My first book written under my Pen Name and brand
BackDoor Tales by SaBrowny Rae :Tears of the Serpent and September love just out April 2013
Connect with me online! My site, blog, or Twitter handle are:
www.sabrownyraebooks.com
Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
A study guide for marriage ministry "Becoming One in Christ"
New Book:out 4/13
BackDoor Tales by SaBrowny Rae
Tears of the Serpent and September Love
www.sabrownyraebooks.com
Media outlets that I currently write for:
Signed up with two however have not written anything as of yet just really getting started.
My writing is:
Fiction, Nonfiction, Blog Posts
Outlets where I review books, TV, or film:
Goodreads
Services I offer to other writers:
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I'm part of these writers' groups or salons:
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My professional associations:
Only in association with being a nurse
I found out about She Writes from:
No one referred me I saw you on twitter but did not know the person

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What a Difference a Week Makes

Posted on July 30, 2013 at 6:16pm 1 Comment

I've been crying the blues ever since I've entered into the marketing promoting phase of this self-publishing process. After I put on my big girl pants things have turned around and I have been blessed to be led by God to groups, people, and places to help in my…

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Bitten by the Writing Bug

Posted on July 26, 2013 at 12:30am 2 Comments

Some bug must have bitten me...or maybe I'm going through a mid-life crisis. Nevertheless as I'm attempting to market and promote my very first novel I have the nerve to attempt to start thinking about putting out the next one. Who in their right minds thinks like this??? My husband just looked at me as if to say "Where did this woman come from and bring back my wife!" He's looking at the dollars and cents that I'm spending on this adventure in our vintage age…

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The Ups and Downs are really getting to me

Posted on July 15, 2013 at 8:30pm 1 Comment

I have to wonder if I'm the only new author going through this. You know like a woman who has just given birth and is having postpartum depression and doesn't know it. Really one moment I'm on top of the world about the my first book. I start feeling that I'm doing all the right things. Its just a matter of time and hey I'm not doing too bad....then I read about an author who just put out her first book and is a self-publisher and the day that the book is release…

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At 9:16am on August 2, 2013, JMcManus said…

I've been good. I'm working on my next set of books. Had to take some time off to get my illustration skills up so that I can illustrate my own books. I've also started getting into animating my characters. That's the fun stuff; but a lot of work. But I’m excited. I so happy that you are now putting out the books you have always wanted to publish. I wish you much success. 

 

Also, don't forget to put together a blog tour. It will help get it out into the social networking world. :)

At 5:31am on July 30, 2013, Linda Rosen said…

Hello Rev. LaWaughn Rouse. I didn't even know there was such a thing as "friends" on this site. Thank you for requesting me. I joined the site recently and this group for first novels. The post about writers over 60 grabbed me, as it did you. It does make me feel good not being alone out here - and gives me hope!  Congratulations on publishing your first novel. Mine is still out there looking for an agent/publisher/editor - anyone!!

At 10:34am on July 26, 2013, Samantha Anastacia said…

Hello Rev. LaWaughn Rouse!

Thank you for joining my group Blooming Late! I wanted to personally welcome you to our group of creative ladies.

Congrats on your first book! I think that it is a great accomplishment and not a joke at all! I would call you a classic renaissance lady! You found the right group though, because we all start out with that sense of doubt.

So I am so glad you found us!

Now, Let me fill you in a bit about the group. There are many wonderful women like you in here from all over the world who are writing for all age groups, genres and are in all levels of writing from beginner to professional, and in all forms of publishing. We come from all walks of life and are as diversified here as the world itself is, but the one thing that is our bond is the desire to see one another do well with our writing in this second half of life and help each other get to the success that each of us defines for ourselves. I am sure you will find there are many places here where you will fit right in.

I want to steer you to our front page where the group wall is and you can introduce yourself, there is also the basic greeting for all members which will give you more help in finding your way around the Blooming Late site a bit better.

Also, you may already know that when you joined SheWrites there were pre-set settings for the groups when it came to receiving emails, you can always adjust them so you do not get everything, however, I would please ask if you could make sure that you are able to get our group emails. I usually email once a month to keep the entire group posted of anything new that went on in the past month. Thank You. :)

AND if there is anything that I can personally do to help you please don't hesitate to ask.

I'm glad you are here and WELCOME to your group.

Samantha

At 11:47am on June 12, 2011, Marilyn Fried said…

I think the RevLa is one of the nicest people I have met here at SheWrites.  What a genuine, loving and supportive person she is.  I am so pleased she is my friend.

 

Marilyn

At 8:05pm on May 25, 2011, JMcManus said…

Thank you! I'm now looking forward to the next one. I have two books in the editing (rewrite) phase. I'm sure your ministry network is coming along well and I wish you much success. And I know you are excited about the ebook. Can't wait to see it finished.

 

JMcManus

At 6:20am on April 6, 2011, JMcManus said…

Good Morning Rev. LaWaughn Rouse,

 

Just stopping by and saying hi.

At 2:55pm on April 2, 2011, Elizabeth Young said…

You are featured in my latest post Revla at the usual address:

http://gardengatewares.blogspot.com

At 11:50am on March 18, 2011, Muriel Jacques said…
Thanks for your kind response. In the "real life" I am a Signalling Engineer and i can drive trains, so don't worry about how you write, I believe it must come from within. Nothing to do with schools! I look forward to reading more from you.
At 8:19am on March 17, 2011, Toni D. Weymouth said…
I was raised Catholic. Went to Catholic school for third, fourth and fifth grade. I learned to read at an early age and could read an entire book by the time I was six. In those days, in Catholic school, one was punished for being ahead of the class. It took me a long time to get over that message. I think it's important to question authority if that authority goes against what you believe. If you're raised by parents who have given you independence and the ability to stand up for yourself, that should never die or grow complacent. Now I wonder if maybe those same people have grown tired of protesting, tired of standing up for people who may or may not want them there. I watch my granddaughter struggle with school, friends and her parents. At times she seems ready to take on the world. Other times, she simply hides her head in the sand. The best I can do is provide an example.
At 8:04am on March 15, 2011, Toni D. Weymouth said…

Nice to know anyone can still call themselves radical. I grew up in the turbulent sixties. I remember the protests. What I wonder is where are these people now? Have they given up their individuality? Are they quiet simply because they were loud and raucous then. As I writer, I use those radical times to give my characters depth and a desire to see their lives change in better ways. Today, I see so many of us go quietly into the night with nary a protest nor a hint of discomfort. None of my characters would do that.

 

I send a silent prayer for the people of Japan. I hope they get the help they need to heal.

 
 
 

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