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Bettie Corbin Tucker
Bettie Corbin Tucker founded Rainbow's End Publishing Company in 1983
(traditional publisher) and successfully ran it for sixteen years.
She also edited a nationally distributed magazine and has acted as a
consultant to authors who self-publish their own works. As an
author of seven books , she has been published by mainline presses such as Baker Book House and CSS
Publishing. James Dobson endorsed one of her books, purchased it
in bulk, and sent it to prisons throughout the United States. She is a sought-after speaker, writing instructor and
self-publishing consultant. Mrs. Tucker, who has
been featured nationally on radio and television, has experience as an
editor, ghostwriter, and book reviewer. She is the most content
when working at her computer with her two adorable Lhasa puppies at
Bettie previously hosted her own talk radio show entitled, "The Time to Tell."
She is especially interested in reviewing books in the following categories:
self-help, medical, children's fiction, romance, mystery and
New authors are welcome!
Melissa Brown Levine
Melissa Brown Levine is
a writer, reviewer and manuscript consultant. She has published novels,
contributed to magazines, and reviewed books for several years. Levine
uses her extensive academic background in developing her own writing and
when evaluating the work of other writers. She holds degrees in
psychology, counseling, library science, and writing.
Her diverse background enables her to review writing on a variety of
subjects and to provide valuable insight about a book's integrity.
Levine has reviewed all types of fiction from historic to literary to
science fiction. She has also written reviews on a variety of
non-fiction topics such as investing, business development,
Christianity, spirituality, weight loss and eating disorders.
Levine is currently blogging at
The Acceptance Project and her writing portfolio can be viewed on
As a manuscript consultant, Levine brings a fresh eye to a writer's
work. In her evaluation of a piece, Levine searches for strengths in
character development, plot, and storytelling and uses what she learns
to help writers transform their books into tightly written and
critically edited pieces.
Ackerman is a native of Southern California, currently residing
in Austin, Texas. In addition to writing short stories, poetry, and
Christian philosophy, he also composes song lyrics and music.
After graduating from Cal Poly San Luis
Obispo with a Bachelorís Degree in Communications and a Masterís
Degree in English Literature, he taught high school and college
composition for several years. An avid traveler, who has spent a
significant amount of time overseas; he enjoys learning about other
cultures and worldviews.
Presently heís pursuing his passion for reading
and writing by working as a Book Reviewer and Literary Critic. As
far as his interests, every subject category listed on this site
sounds relevant and interesting to him. New authors welcome.
Harrington is a
writer, artist, and educator. She earned her B.A. in Language and
Literature in Europe, and completed her formal schooling in the USA
by getting a Masterís Degree in Education. The highlights of her
diverse and adventure-filled career include teaching English
Language Arts and Creative Writing; designing and delivering
presentations and animal shows at the Jacksonville Zoo in Florida;
working as a language trainer and cross-cultural advisor for Peace
Corps in several regions; co-writing grants in Micronesia; and
painting and restoring easel art. After travelling around the
world, she chose to settle in the USA.
She lives in North Florida with her
husband, a stray cat, and a rescued dog.
wide range of her personal and professional experiences and her high
level of academic training give her an authoritative insight when
reviewing books. An indie author herself, she is passionate about
discovering and promoting new talent and first time authors, as well
as contributing to the success of established writers who value
honest and constructive critique. Authors of all genres and topics
listed on this site are welcome.