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Book review: The Desert Botanist by Jennifer Stone (@JenStone4485 )

Erica had agreed to leave behind her luscious homeland as part of a cultural exchange and learning experience with the desert dwellers. She was excited at the thought of learning what new plants and remedies could be revealed in their harsh climate. She had not expected everything she had witnessed, even Amira’s own attitude, to have… Continue reading Book review: The Desert Botanist by Jennifer Stone (@JenStone4485 )

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Book Review: The Earth Priestess by Jennifer Stone (@JenStone4485 )

The Earth Priestess by Jennifer stone is a beautiful crafted fantasy novella and book two in the Mortal Orphan series. Taya, has united the lands, bringing man and gods together under one, purpose built, roof. People flock to behold the splendour, temples worshipping one of the deities send a representative to live and learn there.… Continue reading Book Review: The Earth Priestess by Jennifer Stone (@JenStone4485 )

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Book review: The Slave Girl by Jennifer Stone

Taya, broken, bloody and abused escapes the beating from her master's wife after being forced into his bed. With no home, no money, and a sullied reputation, there are few who would lend her aid, and so, she returns to a home she once knew, a temple. They nursed her back to health and sent… Continue reading Book review: The Slave Girl by Jennifer Stone

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Camels and Cake: Tea for Three

Camels and Cake is a collection of flash fiction from authors across the globe, uniting together to raise money for a global aid charity. 100% of all money from this project is donated directly to the charity. You will recognise some of the author's names from books I have reviewed in the past, and I… Continue reading Camels and Cake: Tea for Three