I love stationery. There, I said it. I love it. I love pens and paper and notebooks and pencil cases. I could (I do) spend
She paced back and forth, chewing on her bottom lip. Her brow was furrowed and she was close to tears. “C’mon,” she muttered to herself.
This book takes off exactly where Wish For Me ended, and follows Glory, Irving, Madeleine, and Elena on their quest to find Rasputin and save
I’m enjoying life at the moment. I’m still in limbo of course (and, much to our frustration, it seems our limbo-ness is going to continue
So last night, my husband and I were sat in front of the log burner. I asked him what the high-pitched sound was, and he
When Glory St. Pierre finds an odd looking vase in her recently deceased grandmother’s basement, little did she know she was about to discover the