Where Dandelions Grow {review}

{New Release}
September 26th, 2017

Cousins are forever, or at least they’re supposed to be. 

What happens when your world falls apart and your dreams are mocked by those closest to you? 

Destiny’s idyllic childhood full of laughter and cousins abruptly ended when her mom uprooted the family to move them across the country with strict instructions to never talk about Swallow Ridge again. Eleven years later Destiny moves back to her hometown, determined to find her cousins… and answers. 

Plagued by generations of bitterness and manipulation, Destiny hides her life-long goal – unwilling to let anyone else trample her fragile dreams. But life in the cozy town full of dandelions teaches Destiny there’s more to life than what she’s been taught. 

Is it possible Swallow Ridge not only holds the answers Destiny so intensely searches for, but also the hope?

Amazon: Where Dandelions Grow

{About the Author}
Lydia Howe (aka Aidyl Ewoh) is a twenty-something adventurous author who is partial to hiking in the mountains of Asia and South America, building life-size models of dinosaurs, taking road trips across Europe, visiting friends in Africa, growing up in a barn and everything in-between. She was trained as a John Maxwell coach and her passions include self-development and Christian apologetics. One of her life-long dreams was realized when her first book, “Cave Secrets of the Pterodactyl”, was published by Answers in Genesis in 2013. Find her online at her BlogFacebookTwitterGoodreads, and Google+

{4.5 stars.}

Where Dandelions Grow was a sweet, easy read. This is romantic in the sense that coffee shops and pastries and books are romantic. Family, love, and faith blend together nicely in a pint-sized package that would go well with a cup of tea and one of Mrs. Reed’s pastries. 

There wasn’t much suspense or action, other than the reunions between the cousins, but after all the action and fantasy books I’ve been reading, I didn’t mind a quieter one. I feel like quiet is the best word for this story, but don’t worry – it didn’t put me to sleep. The thread of dandelions throughout was nice, especially since dandelions are some of my favorite flowers. And that cover… swoons

I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review. I was not required in any way to give a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own.

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Liebster Award 2017

The Liebster Award is spread from blogger to blogger to give smaller blogs some extra love!
Right after my second book release, I got this news: I got nominated for the Liebster Award!
I was nominated by my sweet friend Rebekah DeVall, over at Rebekah DeVall WordPress Thank you, Bekah!
Here’s her nomination post: Liebster Award Nominations
Rebekah is such a gifted writer and beautiful person in general, go check her work out. I’m over the moon excited for her book Aveza of the Ercanhelm that comes out in October 2017.

Here are the rules for the nomination:

  1. Thank the person who nominated you, and post a link to their blog on your blog. Try to include a little promotion for the person who nominated you. They will thank you for it and those who you nominate will also help you out as well.
  2. Display the award on your blog — by including it in your post and/or displaying it using a “widget” or a “gadget”.
  3. Write a 150-300 word post about your favorite blog that is not your own. Explain why you like the blog, provide links.
  4. Nominate 5 – 11 blogs that you feel deserve the award, who have a less than 200 followers.
  5. List these rules in your post
  6. Inform the people/blogs that you nominated that they have been nominated for the Liebster award and provide a link for them to your post. (They might not have ever heard of it!)
  7. Post a comment in the comments of –> the award post <– so your post and blog can be viewed.
(Why do they always need favorites?!)

One of my most frequently visited blogs is Hannah Heath, Writer 

She puts out great articles and content about writing, character development, and more. She was one of my first introductions into the blogging world, and her thoughtful responses to my comments and excitement about my book launches, were a huge encouragement. When I find myself wanting more details about a character, I go check her blog. Her information is sound and easy to process and utilize. 

1: Gabriella Slade This girl is so sweet and such a talented writer. I’m looking forward to her book Show Me.

2: The Fandom Studio My friend Kylie Gregory blogs here.

3: Abigayle Ellison @ The Left Handed Typist Abi’s book Martin Hospitality is a really sweet story and I keep stalking her updates on the sequel. 

4: Castin Camberlain Cas’s blog! She did up a bit of the graphic work for Jump: The Things I Remind Myself launch party.

5: Petra Grace Petra does photography AND writing, and she’s very good at both. 

6: Writer’s Corner This blog is just starting up, but she’s got some cool prompts and writing-related posts. And her poetry! 

I’m Not Always Brave

So remember how I did that giveaway for my birthday, where I had both my Kindle e-books available for free on the 13th? I ended up giving away 253 e-book copies of my books, mostly Spinner of Secrets, but a few The Christmas Ladder as well.

That almost didn’t happen.

Tuesday, June 13th.

I was going with my dad to one of the elementary schools in his district. I was going to speak to the 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade classrooms, about writing. My alarm was set to go off at 5:45 AM so I would have plenty of time to get ready, and also plenty of time to get on my computer and check to make sure my blog post I had scheduled with all the information about the giveaway had posted, and share it to my social media platforms.

I woke up at 4:30 AM in traditional Annie fashion when she’s nervous, and after a few minutes, decided I could go back to sleep. I turned on my Pandora station (I sometimes have a hard time going to sleep, and music helps) and went back to sleep. Dad heard music playing in my room when he was up at 6:00, so assumed I was up. At 6:40 am I was woken by Dad knocking on my door and asking if I was ready to go.

I jumped out of bed, jumped into my clothes, grabbed my tote bag, my crate of materials, wiggled my shoes on, bolted downstairs, mixed up my iced Chai tea I had started the night before, and dashed out the door, yelling to Mom that I messed up and was super late and AHHHHHH.

The books were still available for free, I just had no way for anyone to know that unless that happened to be the day they happened to look it up. My phone doesn’t have the Facebook app, that’s on my tablet, with no mobile data connection. But I managed to get Chrome open, find Amazon, SCREENSHOT the Amazon page showing my book was free, grab the link, and use Chrome to make a Facebook post saying it was my birthday and my books were for free and so on and so forth. Shared it to my groups and pages and so on, and started to get responses coming in.

Once we got to school and I had some down time before the classes, I was able to get on a laptop and onto my blog, publish the post, and share it on my Twitter and Pinterest.

I talked to the three classrooms, which I was crazy nervous about right when I started, but I did settle down about ten minutes into the first one. I did 4th grade first, then 3rd, then 5th – 4th sang Happy Birthday to me and I got a photo with the whole class. 3rd was a little harder, they weren’t as sure what to do with me and how to interact with me, and I was expecting more response from them, so I didn’t do as much talking as I could have. 5th was an absolute dream. They were interested, they were engaged – I got a question from EVERY SINGLE KID in the class, including the one I was pretty sure wouldn’t say anything. They were all super excited about Spinner of Secrets, but because I wrote it for upper grades, I told them to talk to their parents. I ended up giving out business cards to everyone in the class, because they were so interested in reading it. It was super convenient that it was free, because then the parents would be more likely to pick it up for them. Some of them told me about the stories they are writing, we talked about that – they all got wide eyed when I told them I have written over a million words in the past ten years – they thought five brothers was A LOT…

Since I had a different school the following day, but the same ages of kids, I decided to set my books for free on the following day as well. I had over 50 copies distributed when I got on the computer around one to set that up.

Wednesday was similar, except that I didn’t oversleep, and I took more business cards in with me. I did 5th, then 3rd, then 4th this time, and one of the things I talked to the 5th graders about was being scared.

I told them that I was nervous, even talking to them. I told them about the first time I did a public reading, and how I felt like jelly the whole time. I told them how I walked up to the front of the classroom and had to take a minute to collect myself before I could start talking to them. And I watched as those kids all lit up. I had six of them tell me that they have stage fright too, and they get nervous when they’re in front of people. I told them how I scared myself when I finally published my room, because I hadn’t thought I could do it, and then I did. I told them that I’m still learning how to do things like this.

And they got it. They understood. Somewhere, and maybe not all of them got it, but they understood that you still learn things even when you’re an adult. They got it that sometimes adults get nervous or scared. And they were encouraged by that, that made them feel a little braver. They asked more questions, and I watched some of them start to dream. I could see them wandering as I was talking, starting to dream, starting to wonder, starting to think – maybe I really can do something big, even if I’m small and scared. Maybe messing up isn’t the end of the world. I don’t know how many times I crossed words when I was speaking to them – how many times I had “verbal autocorrect” kick in. I had things I had to go back and rephrase. I had to ask a couple different times if what I had said made sense (it did.) And I watched these kids. I watched them watch me. And I watched as what I had wanted, what I had been hoping for, happened. It connected.

And then on Thursday I had a reading and signing at the library in Carrabassett Valley. I was pretty tired out by then. I desperately wanted to cry but I couldn’t even make myself. I made it through the session and apparently it wasn’t evident that I was exhausted and had a headache, so that was good.

See, I had at least half a dozen meltdowns before this week. I was so scared about the two readings I had, the six classrooms I was speaking to… I was going to be interacting with a ton of people, and I was doing it professionally. I was going to stand there and call myself a writer and an author, over and over again. I was scared that I would mess up, scared that I was just being stupid to even try, scared that I would start crying in the middle of a reading. I was so scared. I had help though; my girls online helped, Missie helped, Hannah helped, my parents helped.

And then at the first reading, when I was answering questions, I was asked one that I hadn’t thought of. One I hadn’t even considered. Hadn’t prepped for.

“How do you keep your joy?”

For a moment, my mind was a complete blank. I had no words. No answers. Nothing. I had nothing.

“How are you always so happy, and you don’t get frustrated with your work, and you’re always so excited?”

I managed to give an answer, one that was good – I give myself a lot of time and breathing space, and if I start to run into it being hard, I stop and go work on something else, and come back to it later when it’s easier. And that is true.

How do I keep my joy?

I keep my joy because I learned that messing up is okay and that saying things backwards like “I’m wearing shirts and sleeveless shorts” is okay and that sometimes stuff happens like a blog post doesn’t get scheduled and you sleep through your alarm. I keep my joy because I know that life throws curve balls, and I don’t make that where my worth is, when my light is. I am light for so many reasons – I am joyful because I have been bought, saved, and I am loved by Someone bigger than the universe that dances in the sky overhead. I am joyful because grace is not a fragile thing. I am joyful because messing up is okay.

I am light because I learned to let myself be dark.

I am brave because I let myself be afraid.

I am strong because I let myself be weak.

I am joyful because I let myself be angry.

I am hopeful because I have been hopeless.

I have been, and am, and will be again, angry and bitter and sharp and scared and terrified and heartbroken and desperate.

And I know this.

I choose to let myself be what I need to be in order to best express who I am.

I keep my joy because that is part of me, I am daisies and sunshine and that soft golden rain you get when it’s raining at sunset. And I’m bright and small and easily frightened by loud noises, and I get nervous when I talk to people because I’m afraid that I’ll mess up or say the wrong thing. I’m scared I’m not good enough. I’m scared that I won’t be enough.

And I’m learning to be me.

Learning that me is enough.

Of course I’ll get better, and more confident, and so on and so forth – but for the moment I am here. And it’s okay to be here. Here is not where I am staying, but here is where I am.

Happy Birthday! (To me, and presents for you!)

It’s my 20th birthday!

I’m so confused. I don’t exactly know how I ended up here. I’m 20 years old. The last thing I remember is my 18th birthday and graduation party. (I had 60 guests. I was a little overwhelmed.) The past two years have been such an insane blur of book drafts and words and meltdowns. (The word count has gone up and the meltdown count has gone down.)

I’m going to be spending all day at an elementary school, speaking to 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders about writing. But to celebrate my birthday in Hobbit tradition, I’ve got some lovely specials for you all:

Both of my ebooks, The Christmas Ladder and Spinner of Secrets, are available for FREE today. Here are the links:

The Christmas Ladder

Spinner of Secrets

And, if you want the paperback copy, I have a special there too! This one is a little more complicated because of how I have to do it with Amazon and CreateSpace. The code won’t work on Amazon.com, by if you go to my CreateSpace page, you can apply the coupon code


and get 20% off a paperback copy of Spinner of Secrets! 
Again, this doesn’t work on Amazon.com, you have to go to this link: www.createspace.com/6540619

Happy birthday to me!

(Baby me)
(Including this one because it is my bestie’s favorite picture of me and she is special. ❤)

(Obligatory selfie… from like a month ago.)

Blog Tour and Book Review: All The Way My Savior Leads

All The Way My Savior Leads is another sweet tale from Faith Blum. The second in her Orphans of the West series, this follows Henry and his sister Caroline through loss, trials, and finally to a happy ending. 

Henry was very likeable, right from the start. I loved this boy, whom I pictured as a little gangly and awkward like most of the teenage boys of my acquaintance. Blum writes him well; I sometimes find that teenage boys are portrayed badly, but this was a well done image of the ever growing and bizarre creature called a teenage boy.

Caroline and Hope are simply precious, as is Jimmy. I loved Emily’s role and character. I would have liked to know more about the other boys, and more about the Carsons’ – but Blum has another novel about the Carsons’, so I guess I have some more reading to do? 

Faith Blum is quickly becoming one of my “read on sight” authors. I often approach the Christian fiction genre with suspicion, but Faith Blum is definitely on my list of authors in that genre whom I very much enjoy. I don’t find her work nearly as heavy in terms of content and subject as others, such as Karen Kingsbury, but that’s not by any means a bad thing or a mark against her. She writes well, sweetly, and honestly. It’s nice to have a book to just lean back and relax with, and hers are perfect for that – not dull or boring, but not too intense. Just the right mix of sugar and spice.

All in all, I would recommend this for middle grade and up who are looking for a clean Christian fiction. It was sweet, a pretty easy read, and I enjoyed it.

 About the Book

Caroline and I walked out the back door and went into the barn.“What are we going to do?” Caroline asked.“Head out on our own. Saddle Whitey, please.”Caroline’s mouth gaped open. “They’ll find us.”“I know.”Caroline sighed. “What can we do then?”I shook my head. “We can stick together. Always.”

Tragedy stole everything from him … except her …

Three years ago, an illness orphaned Henry and Caroline Sullivan. The harsh years at the orphanage have forged a strong bond between the pair.

But Henry’s about to age out.

He must choose whether to leave his only family behind in relative safety, or take her with him as he pursues dreams of owning a farm. Henry trusts that God has a plan for him, but little does he know that others have plans for him and his younger sister as well. He will need all his faith to find the right path.

Although this is the second book in the series, it can be read as a standalone.

Note: 50% of my income from this series will go to the World Orphans organization.

About the Author

Faith Blum is a 20-something author of multiple books in various genres. She loves to write, read, play piano, knit, crochet, sew, watch movies, and play games with her family.  She lives in Wisconsin with her family on a small family farm where they raise goats, chickens, turkeys, ducks, and have 2 dogs and a varying number of cats.
Faith’s goal in her writing is to encourage Christians in their walk with Christ. If you enjoyed this book, go to her website to sign up for her Monthly Newsletter so you can get an email with fun facts, giveaways, and so much more every month. You will also find links to her other Social Media sites on her website. She loves to hear from her readers, so feel free to contact her.

Double Sale

For May 26-31 only, get both books in the Orphans of the West series for just $0.99 each! They are both available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, iBooks, and more.


Three prizes, three winners! The grand prize is a Savior, Like a Shepherd notebook and paperback. Sorry, but the lantern isn’t mine to giveaway. In second and third prize, the winners will receive a free eBook of All the Way My Savior Leads.

Note: The grand prize is open only to those in the continental US, but the other two are open to all.

Tour Schedule

May 26
Annie Louise Twitchell-Review
May 27
May 28
God’s Peculiar Treasure Rae-Guest Post: Why Henry?
May 29
Writings, Ramblings, and Reflections-Character Q&A with Henry
May 30
Frances Hoelsma-Book Spotlight
May 31
Rachel Rossano’s Words-Guest Post: How I Pick Hymns
June 1
Bookish Orchestrations-Giveaway Winner

PUBLISHED: Spinner of Secrets

You can now get Spinner of Secrets in paperback and on Kindle, at Amazon: Spinner of Secrets
 (insert loud squealing and funny noises)

Check out the history of this little book on the Spinner of Secrets tab at the top of my blog. There you’ll find all the blog posts I made about it during this two years journey. 
Spinner of Secrets is two years old now, since the beginning, which was a writing prompt. 

Local friends (Maine), I have two book signing events set up for June! More information on my Facebook page: Facebook: Annie Louise Twitchell
I’d love to meet you and hang out. I’ll probably talk entirely too much because I just do things like that when I get excited. Also… signing books is a lot of fun. 

(This is still my favorite picture of this book.)
And one more thing before I go running around in the rain like a crazy person: 
Can we just give my baby brother a big shout-out for what is probably my favorite picture of myself? I knew as soon as I saw it that it was going to be my photo for the back of my book. He took this last summer and it is just my favorite.
Copyright 2017 by Annie Louise Twitchell
Author photo by E.L. Twitchell

Spinner of Secrets, Update Ten

I am somewhere between seven and five days before launch. (I am also terrible at math tonight, apparently.) Logic would say that means I am six days before launch, but I am too tired to be logical, therefore, I am somewhere between seven and five days before launch.

I’ve ordered books.

I’ve ordered bookmarks and business cards, those have arrived.

I’ve got stuff on my social media.

I’ve got everything all finished.

I ended up going away for the weekend because I finished my final round of double and triple checking, and submitted it for publication. I felt at once relieved and incredibly overwhelmed.

What if they don’t like it? What if it’s not actually done? What if there’s a typo or a really really stupid grammar error? What if, what if, what if, what if…


I’ve had to sit down and talk with my inner voice quite a lot recently. It’s what tells me *psst, you missed that spot*

It’s what says *oh no, oh no, oh no, oh no* on repeat for hours on end and won’t shut up and won’t let me eat because I’m so nervous about this impending oh no.

And I have to tell it to shh, quiet down in there.

Because it doesn’t have to be perfect.

(Even if this picture kinda is.)

And that’s okay.

For me, the important thing isn’t that I get a lot of sales. It isn’t that this book does really well and is amazing and people love it.

The important thing is that I did it.

I beat the voices in my head, and yes, the few voices around me, that said *psst, you can’t do that. You’re just a girl. You’re not good enough to do anything. You’ll never make a difference.* 

So while I hope you will read my book, and while I hope you love it as much as I do, it’s okay if you don’t. It’s a small little book, but it’s a story I love, and I did it. Because while it might not make a big difference out there in the world – it’s made a huge difference right here for me. I did it.

(I’m still a little bit in shock that I actually did it. In case you were wondering.)

Will I do it again? Absolutely.

Am I already working on three new story ideas? Obviously.

Am I super excited about this launch? YES OF COURSE I AM, YOU SILLY PINEAPPLE.

Did I wake up this morning from a dream that there was a typo in my book? Ayup.

Did I get up and go running to obsessively check it over and over and over? No. I flopped on my bed and texted my little sister (I kind of adopted her) because I didn’t have much chance to all weekend and I wanted to. (I also went to work on time.)

Something is missing from this picture. 

Ah, much better. 
The place I went to is kinda super gorgeous. Also a little bit cold. And it was rainy. But since I am a Mainah and legend has it that maple syrup runs through our veins, not blood, (no idea where that came from) and since I love the rain, it was a very enjoyable weekend and I had a lot of fun walking around the property and taking photos. And I’m very glad for the break, but also very glad to be back at my computer to do more writing. It felt like that time I smashed up my leg and was stuck on the couch for three weeks and couldn’t do the things I normally did. 

Amazon Kindle Pre-Order Link

There will be paper copies available through Amazon and CreateSpace, as well. And local people, I have two events in Western Maine set up so far, so go haunt my Facebook page for information about those:

Facebook – Annie Louise Twitchell

It is now time to go write for ten minutes on a letter, and then, go watch a movie and knit.


Copyright 2017 by Annie Louise Twitchell

Spinner of Secrets Available for Pre-Order!

My release date is May 14th, 2017! I’m over the moon excited, as you can probably imagine.

This story has been nearly two years in the making and I’m so excited to have it coming together so well.

It will be available in paperback as well as on Amazon Kindle. If you pre-order it now, you’ll get the e-book delivered to you on or around the 14th of May, depending on where in the world you are.

Amazon Kindle Pre-Order


PS: I definitely have not made lots of loud squealing noises that spooked my rabbit recently… Absolutely not.

This Writing Addiction

I’m addicted to stories and words.

I can’t help it. It’s a part of me and it always has been. I have made stories since I could talk. So much of my life has been centered around stories, either mine or someone else’s. I inhale air and exhale words. 

Even if no one reads them, I will still be making stories. Even if I never write them down, even if I never tell a word, even if they exist only and solely in my mind, I will still be making stories. It’s in my blood. It is my blood. From a non-scientific view, my DNA is a double helix of sentences and paragraphs.

I will teach them to have hope and I will teach them the meaning of pain and I will show them the stars as if they could shake hands with them. I will teach them to believe in themselves and to know that they are beautiful. I will teach them to dream and to believe in impossible things. I will teach them to be passionate for what they believe in and I will teach them to find peace in an ending that is not what they have hoped for.

And at the same time I will teach myself that.

Copyright 2017 by Annie Louise Twitchell

The Lost Girl of Astor Street Blog Tour – Clue 8

Today, I’m super excited to announce that I have a very special guest on my blog!

Stephanie Morrill is the creator of GoTeenWriters.com and the author of several young adult novels, including the historical mystery, The Lost Girl of Astor Street. Despite loving cloche hats and drop-waist dresses, Stephanie would have been a terrible flapper because she can’t do the Charleston and looks awful with bobbed hair. She and her near-constant ponytail live in Kansas City with her husband and three kids.

Stephanie Morrill is the author of The Lost Girl of Astor Street. Today I will be interviewing the main character, Piper Sail. And it launches today!

Stephanie Morrill – Lost Girl

We (and by we, I am of course referring to the seriously awesome group of people helping launch Lost Girl) are doing a clue hunt today, so read on down to find out more about that!

ALT: What is your full name?
PCS: Piper Caroline Sail

ALT: What parts of loving come easily to you? What comes hard?
PCS: I’m a very loyal person, so once my trust and admiration has been won, I’ll stick by you. But it’s difficult for me to develop relationships with people and feel comfortable around them.

ALT: Did you turn out the way you expected you would? The way your parents expected?
PCS: I thought I would be kinder and softer, like my mother, when I grew up. It reoriented me when she died, as if those kind and soft places inside me died with her. I have two older brothers, so I suppose she maybe expected I wouldn’t be a nice, quiet sort of girl. I think my father is a bit proud of that, honestly.

ALT: What do you consider to be your special talent?
PCS: I think most people say that my special talent is being relentless. If I fix my mind to something, I go after it.

ALT: How do you feel about your life right now? What, if anything, would you like to change?
PCS: I feel uncertain about my life right now. High school is almost over, and it’s time for me to leave the home of my childhood and go off to a university somewhere to study … something. I don’t really know yet what I want to do. One of my best friends is off pursuing his dream of playing baseball, and the other, Lydia, will probably get married before too long and start a family. But I don’t really know yet where I fit in.

ALT: What type of clothing are you most comfortable with?
PCS: I like to wear clothes that I can move around in. I’m every so grateful for the turn in women’s fashion, and that dresses have gotten so much simpler.

ALT: Did you like school? Your teachers? Schoolmates?
PCS: I enjoy school … but I don’t know how much my school enjoys me. My home economics teacher particularly dislikes me. It’s kind of a long story, but I once knocked her over when I was sliding down a banister in school. And there’s a time when I borrowed her cardigan to sneak into the teacher’s lounge. So her dislike is somewhat understandable.

ALT: What do you want most and what would you do to obtain it?
PCS: What I want most is for my friend Lydia to be healthy. She’s been having seizures, and I’m really scared for her. I want her to get healthy and for us to have one last perfect summer together before life takes us different directions.

ALT: Best gift to get you?
PCS: The best gift to give me is something heartfelt and personal. I have very simple tastes.

ALT: You’re the kind of person who:
PCS: I’m the kind of person who doesn’t believe in sitting around and waiting for things to happen to her.


Now! There’s a clue hunt blog tour going on, so hop over to these blogs (I would recommend going in order) and collect the clues. If you follow instructions, you can enter a giveaway to get one of three signed hardcover copies (if you live outside of the US, you won’t miss out – you can win an e-book edition!) Head over to Stephanie’s blog to get more instructions and details.
Clue 1: Stephanie Morrill
Clue 2: Some Books Are
Clue 3: Gabriella Slade
Clue 4: Page by Page, Book by Book
Clue 5: Pens and Scrolls
Clue 6: Singing Librarian Books
Clue 7: Heather Manning
Clue 8: Annie Louise Twitchell
Clue 9: Noveling Novelties
Clue 10: Kaitee Hart
Clue 11: Classics and Craziness
Clue 12: Zerina Blossom
Clue 13: Rebecca Morgan
Clue 14: Keturah’s Korner
Clue 15: That Book Gal
Clue 16: Anna Schaeffer
Clue 17: Hadley Grace
Clue 18: Lydia Howe
Clue 19: Ramblings by Bethany
Clue 20: Matilda Sjöholm
Clue 21: Lydia Carns
Clue 22: Broken Birdsong
Clue 23 & Clue 24: The Ink Loft

And finally, for the clue!



Good luck!