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Secrets of The Lost Caves UPDATE

   BOOK TWO of the POTLUCK YARN TRILOGY: SECRETS of the LOST CAVES Writing a book is a VEEEEEEEEERY long process, however, we are happy to tell you the work is ALMOST DONE! As they say, “waiting is the hardest

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Sneak Peak: First Draft Sketches from “Secrets of the Lost Caves”

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This just in: we have received 34 new sketches from our amazingly talented artist Frank Riccio! Keep checking in to see the sketches, which we will be releasing over the next few weeks. “HOUSE OF CRYSTAL KEEP” This is a

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MEET THE WITCHES: Lilac Lily

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Lily arrived at Potluck Yarn a woman grown, for when Aubergine decided to open her school for girls, she sought Lily out to run the Potluck household. Her duties included the role of housemother to the young witches, who roomed

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Creative Mojo Radio Show, Another New Lace Design, Arizona Book Festival and Catching Up!

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Things have been so busy here lately! Tomorrow I jet out for Tucson for the Arizona Book Festival! So much has been going on I felt it easier to put it all in one post! CREATIVE MOJO RADIO SHOW I

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MEET THE WITCHES: Lavender Mae

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Mae came to Potluck Yarn from an old mining camp beneath the shadow of the glacier. Her mother had died and she and her father roamed the mines in search of rare crystals. When one day he failed to return,

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MEET THE WITCHES: Winter Wheat

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Wheat’s full name is Winter Wheat and she is a mystical shepherdess who hails from the Western Highlands. Even as a girl wandering the high plains, she was known as a sheep whisperer, an enchantress who kenned all creatures by

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