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Praise For My Books

  • Autumn Dickinson

    “If you are having a down day and need a pick me up, take a few minutes and read Effie at the Wedding.”

    Autumn Dickinson
  • Michelle Scott, 21st Century Writer

    Juliet (the main character) has spunk in spades. She may have tunnel vision when it comes to something that she wants, but she isn’t afraid to go for it… Also, even though things tend not to turn out the way she intended, Juliet has a good heart at the core.

    Michelle Scott, 21st Century Writer
  • The O.W.L.

    “The whole mystery of who the sender of the hot tickets is was well done. Just as Juliet’s clues and evidence kept her changing who she thought it was, the reader is kept uncertain as well.”

    The O.W.L.
  • Bookvisions

    Pub Speak is the perfect handbook for those who need to navigate the publishing business. Whether you are a new author or just someone who wants to understand publishing, this dictionary is a great source for terms used in the industry.”

    Bookvisions
  • Agrippina Legit

    “The best thing about Hot Ticket, however, is the plot. It’s a mystery concerned with exactly the kinds of things that its audience cares about. It explores ideas of popularity and exclusion, of peer influence and self-esteem, and does it in a way that can’t help but hold the reader’s attention.”

    Agrippina Legit
  • The Literate Mother

    “I really enjoyed reading this middle grade novel… My favorite line (because it’s probably one I can really relate to) is, ‘Cindy’s left ear is probably cooler than my entire body ever will be.’”

    The Literate Mother

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