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The Sea Child Launch Party — Tonight

Join me Tuesday, December 19 from 6 to 9 pm PST on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/theseachildbook/ for my Launch Party for The Sea Child. There will be games, prizes, and giveaways.  See you there! Available on Amazon.

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Book Reviews

Stone and Spark

Book Review: Stone and Spark - by Sibella Giorello: Sibella Giorello goes back in time and gives us a new mystery/suspense series featuring Raleigh Harmon as a teenager. When her best friend, Drew, goes missing, Raleigh is sure that something terrible has happened. However, no one will believe her -- not even the police. Her only ally is a… Continue reading Stone and Spark

Book Reviews

Greensleeves

Book Review:  Greensleeves, by Eloise Jarvis McGraw   Shannon Lightley has reached the end of high school and wonders what to do.  All her life, she’s been pulled in many directions and has tried without success to fit in.  She’s lived all over Europe with both sets of famous parents, lived with her aunts and… Continue reading Greensleeves

Book Reviews

Birthmarked

Book Review: Birthmarked, by Caragh M. O’Brien Gaia Stone is a sixteen-year-old midwife who lives in a harsh world where a quota of babies must be handed over to the elite society who lives within the Enclave. When her parents are arrested, Gaia begins to question everything she has been taught. She sets out to… Continue reading Birthmarked

Book Reviews

Saint Anything

Book review:  Saint Anything, by Sarah Dessen. Sydney has always been the quiet one in the family, while her older brother, Peyton, gets all the attention from their parents. His behavior becomes increasingly wild, and when a drunk driving spree results in an accident that leaves a boy in a wheel chair, Peyton ends up… Continue reading Saint Anything

Book Reviews

The Christmas Pony

Book Review:  The Christmas Pony – Kristen D. Randle Xan (Alexandra) lives on a rescue horse farm, where horses and children get second chances. She has a warm, loving family, but she is restless and unhappy, yearning for something bigger in her life than unrequited love and dealing with her family and incompetent ranch hands.… Continue reading The Christmas Pony

Book Reviews

Eleanor

Book Review:  Eleanor (Book 1 of The Unseen) -- by Johnny Worthen Wow! I picked up this book and couldn’t put it down. It was amazing.  Eleanor definitely gets five stars! For ten years Eleanor has hidden what she is by blending into the crowd, never doing anything outstandingly better or noticeably worse. But now… Continue reading Eleanor

Book Reviews

Crusader

Book Review:  Crusader - by Edward Bloor Roberta Ritter’s world centers around her journalism class at school and her work in her uncle’s arcade, located in a Florida mall. She plods through life never feeling anything, just trying to get by. Her one dream is to become a journalist. She thinks that her life is… Continue reading Crusader

Book Reviews

Whispers of Hope

Book Review -- Whispers of Hope, by Marcie Anne Jenson Dennie and Thes, orphans from Chile, are adopted by an American LDS couple, and for many years all seems well. But Thes is haunted by his painful past, and when he dies mysteriously, his family is devastated. Dennie’s conscience is burning a hole in her… Continue reading Whispers of Hope

Book Reviews

Beauty and the Werewolf

Book Review -- Beauty and the Werewolf, by Mercedes Lackey I always enjoy retellings of the old fairy tales, and this was no exception. Isabella Beauchamps has two step sisters and a step mother, but instead of being the servant, Bella runs the household with efficiency and love. Wearing her red cloak, Isbella Beauchamps sets… Continue reading Beauty and the Werewolf