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Secrets of the Lost Caves – Review 2

If there is an advanced readers club, Secrets of the lost caves would fit its profile. It was deep, detailed and one can get lost in its pages. I loved how Cheryl Potter summed up Book 1 and included a

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Such Great Comments!

The Broken Circle is getting such great feedback and I am beyond happy about this! There are so many people who are reading, and loving, the tale and who are waiting for the sequel and I am thrilled and honored

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Broken Circle Gets Local Press


The Barton Chronicle is located in the same town as the DBNY warehouse and shipping center and they recently took the time to check out The Broken Circle and to do a little review on it! I’m absolutely floored by

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More Wonderful Reviews for The Broken Circle!

The Knitting Witches are busy around here, working on the Labor Day Sale, but not busy enough to avoid seeing the two new wonderful reviews The Broken Circle received! Over on Eccentric Eclectic Woman the Broken Circle got an amazing

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Latest Review

Another review has come in, and it looks like Marlene from Wovenflame enjoyed The Broken Circle: Yarns of the Knitting Witches. What a wonderful surprise!…I knew the story revolved around my favourite hobby, knitting, and I expected to at least be

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Anne Berk Reviews The Broken Circle

I just saw a very different kind of Broken Circle Book Review from designer Anne Berk, who many of us know as “AnneTarsia”.  Anne is a knitwear designer and teacher I met 2 years ago at a writer’s conference.  I

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