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Book Review: The curious cat spy club by Linda joy singleton

Book Review: The curious cat spy club by Linda joy singleton
Hey parents, if your child likes a good mystery here, is a book for them, I just finished the book today and I love it. 
Perfect for ages 9 and up that is what Amazon says, the author also says she gets 8 years olds that love her books as well. 
I love that there are three friends in the story that have different personalities and you will defiantly fall in love with the characters as they go find a mystery that has been hiding in an old bed in breakfast for years when Kelsey family moves into the bed-and-breakfast that they are fixing up comes with a rumor that there is hidden treasure inside and it is up to the fiends to find it. 
The author Linda did an amazing job with this story I can’t wait to read the other book in her series. 
Mystery books are a great way to keep you entertained, and it helps you not be bored because it allows you to be part of the great mystery. 

I have some cousins that would love this book so I will d…

interviewing Author Lady Tracey Williams

interviewing Author Lady Tracey Williams
Q1.  Tell me about yourself what are your favorite books to read?
A. My favorite book is really the Holy Bible. It has every story and the character's in it. And it broadens your mind in ways beyond the natural.  I once loved Animal Farm.
Q2.When did you decide you were going to write a book?
A. I decided I was going to write my first children book in 2014. I was told by a church sister of mine that I should do Children books. Upon hearing at first I laughed because it sounded exciting.  Until I dug up my old bookshelf. There I found a notebook filled with small stories I have written at about 16 years old. I somehow forgot all about them. Then I thought, 'I must rekindle this gift'.
Q3.How did you come up with the name of your books?
A. Sometimes in my dream, I sleep and an entire story is played out. Then upon waking, I just give it a name. On the less spiritual side, I just sit and think of something really hilarious or catchy.
Q4. What a…

Interviewing author kimberly Miller

Interviewing author Kimberly Miller 

 Q1. Tell me about yourself -what are your favorite books to read?
A. I love reading books with strong characters and solid dialogue. Charles Martin is one of my favorite authors
Q2. When did you decide you were going to write a book?
A. I’ve been writing for years. My first novel, Picking Daisy, was actually written first as a screenplay but I wanted to get deeper into the psyche of the characters, so I turned it into a novel and have been writing novels since then (I still write some screenplays too)
Q3.How did you come up with the name of your books?
A. I am usually concerned about there being other books with the same title, so I like to add a character name as that distinguishes my title from others 
Q4.What are you working on for 2019?
A. I have several projects in the works currently, all clean romance novels
Q5. How long have you been writing?
A. I realized my love of stories in junior high and started with short stories
Q6.What advice would you give …