Text Box: The eBook Sale, an up and coming eBook Publisher, is based in Limerick, Ireland. Richie O'Brien, The eBook Sale's founder, is delighted to announce the formation of a partnership with Allbooks Review saying, "This was the missing piece of the puzzle.  Providing a service for Authors which now includes a professional review by a leading authority such as Allbooks Review gives the Author honest, forthright and objective feedback of their work. There can also be excellent marketing and promotional benefits attached to such reviews".
Shirley A. Roe is the Managing Editor and founder of Allbooks Review. 

Founded in 2000 as a review source for POD and traditionally published Text Box: authors, the business has grown and prospered over the past eight years. Voted one of the 101 Best Websites for Writers by 
Writer's Digest two years in a row... Shirley understands the concerns of authors as she is an author herself. Her credentials speak for themselves. 

Shirley writes a column for the California Chronicles and is a regular reviewer for Foreword Magazine, Midwest Reviews, 
Mystique Books, Poetic Voices and several other prestigious review publications.
Under the partnership agreement, any author affiliated with The eBook Sale, can opt to have their writings reviewed by AllbookReviews. The review can be posted on our site, 
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This is a strategic alignment for The eBook Sale who plan to expand into Print On Demand Publishing in the near future. "The quality and professionalism that Allbook Reviews will bring to our publishing service is of great importance" concludes Richie O'Brien. 

Allbooks Review is very well respected and well known throughout the industry. 

Their motto says it all - “Allbooks Review, where books are appreciated and judged by their merits.” 

Shirley Roe, Managing 
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Editor of Allbooks Review International looks forward to long and prosperous collaborations with The eBook Sale. Shirley is excited to be able to offer ebook and POD publishing to her clients.


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So what do I do?  I just received my black and white tri fold from the DMV and I do not know what to do.  Who do I call?  Who do I believe when I do call or should I wait until I get my next notification? DMV and the Nevada Highway Patrol will tell you that you have no insurance. It’s your insurance company’s fault.


This is all very common. The DMV and the Nevada Highway Patrol are telling the people that they do not have  insurance or their registration has been pulled because their insurance company did not insure them.


Okay, grab the gun, get a rope we are going to hang the first insurance agent we meet  because

These cards then go to your insurance company for verification. Your company will verify your insurance as requested. What you don’t know is, more times than not, the DMV misses your verification and does nothing about it.


They do not care if they miss your verification. They do not care about the registration suspension or the license being removed from your car.  ALL THEY CARE ABOUT IS THE MONEY!  When you call to find out what happened because you now have received another card in the mail telling you your registration is suspended,  they will say again, “Your insurance agent did not verify your insurance and you have so many days to get this done.”


The frustration is tremendous and it is very unfair to the insured and

the insurance agent. The last thing your insurance agent wants is a problem with the DMV. 


Let your insurance agent know as soon as the first letter arrives  Better yet, take the letter to your agent and he or she will help you fill in the correct blanks.  Then if the next notice comes, tell your agent and give them the dates the DMV is looking for so they can get the coverages verified as soon as possible.  This will prevent the frustration. The agent will call their people and get this verified for you.  Do it as soon as you get notified, not when the time runs out and you lose your license plates or suspend your registration.


By Doug Penrod

Penrod Insurance Agency

Reno, NV




we are sick of what the  insurance companies are doing to us again.  It must be the insurance company’s fault; that is what the DMV is telling us.


The fact is, we as insurance professionals are baffled by the DMV and their attitude toward insurance.  Nine times out of ten the DMV did get notification and did not enter it properly into their data base.


Here is the DMV drill. When you receive your black and white tri fold from DMV, do not throw it in the garbage. This is a common mistake. The next notice is for $250.00 dollars of your hard earned money. 


On the top right hand corner of the first fold there is a  place to put the name of your Insurance Company and the policy number. Fill this in and put it in the mail.