International Bestselling Author Katie Jennings has been hard at work on a hauntingly romantic novel entitled So Fell the Sparrow, due out November 21st of this year! However, before the main novel releases, she will debut a prequel short story called Gypsy of Spirits, which poetically highlights one of the main characters and offers an exclusive sneak peek of So Fell the Sparrow.
This is the stunning cover for Gypsy of Spirits, available in eBook on September 21st!
Here is a taste of what to expect from Gypsy of Spirits…
Jackie drove through the dark of night, her headlights barely cutting through the heavy fog. The air swirled in all around her, the open top and sides of the jeep exposing her to the elements. She could have put the cover on and protected herself, but she…
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Today I am reviewing The Geneva Project-Truth by Christina Benjamin.
Blurb: Trapped on a flood ravaged island full of orphans, natives and wealthy citizens of the prosperous city Lux, a young girl named Geneva finds herself enslaved at an orphanage with no future and a past she can’t remember. That all changes when she meets someone who promises her that there’s more in store for her than she ever could have imagined. Her once dull life rapidly spirals out of control as she starts to acquire new magical powers that may be the key to unlocking an ancient legend along with her true identity. But first she must master these powers, all while trying to keep them secret from her friends and the evil head mistress at the orphanage. Before she knows it, Geneva is in over her head and has inadvertently wrapped her friends into her web…
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So sweet !
I think maybe Roxie is broken, or maybe there is something wrong with her. Why? Well, I’ll get into that.
As most of you know, Roxie was a rescue. For those that are new to this blog, Roxie spent pretty much her entire young life tethered by a heavy chain to a pole. There was no shade, no shelter from the raging storms of summer or the bitter winds of winter. As if that wasn’t bad enough, she rarely had enough food or water.
Last year, when Kansas was experiencing cloudless skies and triple digit heat for days and days on end (we’re talking 110 – 115 *F), Roxie was laying there in the dirt with the sun beating down on her and not enough water.
When it snowed last winter and dumped sleet on us and the wind howled out of the north a 25 to 35 miles and…
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