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Welcome to my blog! Here I'll be occasionally showcasing some of my work and letting you know when & where I'll be at craft fairs. I hope to see you there!

My Book Reviews

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

Thanksgiving at the Inn by Tim WhitneyLOVED this book! Such a heartwarming, touching story about family. This story is about Heath and his dad and their travels back to Massachusetts to live at the Inn. The story has some very interesting characters. I loved how well the characters were written - especially Preacher with his accent. Every time I picked up this book I was brought right into the story and could picture myself as a fly on the wall watching everything happen. It was like I was following Heath around learning as he did. The characters make it such a warm story that makes you realize that 'family' can be a variety of things. I could definitely see this story becoming a movie. It was so enjoyable to read and I think it'd be a shame to not have it on film. It's a good story that the whole family can enjoy. A+

Tim Whitney - if this is your debut, I can't wait to see what comes out next! Thank you for the read! 

The Counseling by Marley GibsonI LOVED this book! It was not a book I would normally read but I enjoyed it thoroughly! The ONLY thing I didn't like about it was the ending...where it said "to be continued." Now I've gotta wait for the next one to come out! Maybe in the meantime I can catch up with the earlier books. That being said, though, I didn't feel lost because I hadn't read the first three books. This book, although it had references to the previous ones in the series, could be a stand alone book. I can't wait to see what happens next to Kendall! 

A shout out to Net Galley for allowing me the opportunity to read and review this book!


I usually don't read short stories....because...well...I think they are too short! LOL But this one was filled with twists and turns and unexpected things. I loved it! It was a quick read (as I guess is the point of short stories lol) but it was enjoyable all the way through. Thank you John Brinling! It was a fun, unexpected read!

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