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Review for Tangled in Time.

Tangled in Time by Angela Castillo This is a Story Cartel book that I received for free in exchange for a review. Darcy has inherited her Grans antique store called Tangled in Time in the small town of Wimber, Texas. … Continue reading

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Rave Reviews Book Club’s “Spotlight” Author Blog Tour Spotlight Author, Wendy Scott

  Why I wrote Lodestone. After I finished writing Ferrasium, Book 1 of the Windflowers Trilogy, which is reminiscent of an Ancient Egyptian culture, I wanted to explore a more traditional fantasy setting. A medieval influence with witches, forest, and … Continue reading

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Review for Janetta and the Book Thief

Janetta and the Book Thief by B. S. Gibbs This book is for kids between the ages of 8-12. One afternoon twelve-year -old Janetta was reading an adventure book and was on the last chapter when the letters started to … Continue reading

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Spring Time Block Blog Party

  Hello and welcome to Rave Reviews Book Club’s Springtime Book and Block Party. This is my first tour. My location:   Alberta, Canada #of winners:   3 These prizes are for people living in Canada and U.S. only. Here is … Continue reading

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Review for Jug Valley Mysteries, Boys V. Girls by Anne Digby

This is a Story Cartel Book that I got free in exchange for a review. I liked this book because it took me back to the carefree days of my childhood. This story takes place in the town of Jugminister … Continue reading

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5 Star Review

An Indie Review. From the opening pages of “Bess’s Magical Garden” I knew it would be different from the books I’ve been reading lately and I was right! I loved how M.E. Hembroff writes in a way that has a … Continue reading

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Review for Bess’s Magical Garden

I thought this book was really quite lovely! Once I started reading I didn’t want to stop until I’d finished the whole thing, which is easy as it is fast paced and on the shorter side-perfect length to read in … Continue reading

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