Colleen’s #Book #Reviews – “The Reunion, Book 3 of the Ragworts Chronicles,” by Author, Belinda Miller

Colleen Chesebro✨The Fairy Whisperer✨

  • Title: The Ragworts Chronicles – The Reunion
  • Amazon Author Page: Belinda Miller
  • Print Length:  126 Pages
  • Publisher: Winterfrost Publishing
  • Publication Date: November 2017
  • Sold By: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 099786267X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0997862676
  • Package Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Formats: Paperback Note: Not eligible for Amazon Prime.
  • Genres: Children’s literature, Children’s fantasy (ages 6 – 10)

*I was given an Advanced Reader’s Copy of this book by the publisher for review purposes in exchange for an honest review which follows.*


The Reunion, the final book of The Ragwort Chronicles, is the conclusion of the story, The Ragworts of Brokenfell, and the beginning of a new adventure for the Ragworts of Twistedoak! Is Rilefor a wizard or an alchemist? You decide.

Join the eldest Ragwort brother, Rilefor, as he travels to Bandersnatch…

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Black and White Day 2

This is my day 2 photo. My lap top where all the magic happens.
You can see it’s covered in star wars stickers, yes, it helps. lol
Today I nominate my good friend and fellow sister.
Check out Debby’s blog for wonderful reviews, informative posts and news on the subjects we need to know about.


Now, a note: If I’m doing this all wrong, please someone tell me. thank you. xxx

Short Story Saturday – No Pain, No Gain – Part 12

Author Don Massenzio

We catch up with Joyce a bit this week as Dr. Haybrook and Gini continue to look for a way to reverse the technology. Things get a little more complicated, but there may be a light at the end of the tunnel.

If you want to catch up on past installments, you can click on the links below:

Please enjoy No Pain, No Gain – Part 12

weight Joyce was hanging on by a thread. Her mind went from being just Joyce to an equal divide with the being she was becoming to a small island in the vastness of her consciousness. The waters of nanotechnology were quickly rising around the island and Joyce wasn’t sure how much longer her self-awareness was going to survive.

She felt as if…

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Black and White photo challenge

Today Robbie Cheadle has challenged me to the seven days black and white photograph.

Robbie and Michael Cheadle are the co-authors of the Sir Chocolate Book series and Robbie Cheadle is the author of Silly Willy goes to Cape Town

Purchase the Sir Chocolate books and Silly Willy Goes to Cape Town from:
OR (currently available at a discounted price)
Follow Robbie Cheadle at:


Facebook: @SirChocolateBooks

Twitter: @bakeandwrite

First photo of the challenge:


I chose the mouse because I am 5ft and no inches. Therefore like the mouse I can squeeze into crowds, reach places others can’t and am closer to our mother earth. Plus years of being called shorty etc. lol

I nominate Don Massenzio. pop over to his blog and catch up on his Saturday serial No Pain No Gain.

7 days of Sir Chocolate in B&W – Day 4

Robbie's inspiration

Charlie Mills over at Carrot Ranch challenged me to take part in the photography challenge: 7 days, post 7 B&W photos of your life, no explanation, no people, challenge another person each day.

Charli runs the fantastic Carrot Ranch Literary Community blog. You can find out more about Charli and her blog here:

Sir Choc B&W day 5

Today I challenge Adele Marie from firefly465 to join in the fun. You can find out more about Adele Marie here:


Robbie and Michael Cheadle are the co-authors of the Sir Chocolate Book series and Robbie Cheadle is the author of Silly Willy goes to Cape Town

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Smorgasbord – Posts from Your Christmas Archives -Christmas Magic from A Bit About Britain

Smorgasbord - Variety is the spice of life

Delighted to welcome Mike from A Bit About Britain to kick off the festive season with an archive post all about Christmas. Around the country today and over the next week, the Christmas lights will be switched on in cities, towns and villages. Children will begin to badger their parents about what they are going to find under the Christmas tree, and in the North Pole gift wish lists will be arriving from those who believe in the rotund, jolly fellow with the snowy white beard. Not everyone celebrates Christmas, but it is a wonderful opportunity to ask the neighbours in for a meal and end the year with friendship, laughter and harmony.

I will hand you over to Mike to get the party started and you can look forward to more Christmas posts from A Bit About Britain for the next four weeks.  By the way, I can recommend…

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WRITING CONTEST – Tick Tock, we are halfway to the end of our contest period! — Dan Alatorre – AUTHOR

Re-announcing the contest in case you haven’t been paying attention. I have something REALLY good for you this time. RE-Announcing the November 2017 Word Weaver Writing Contest! * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * NOW WITH CELEBRITY JUDGES! * * * * […]

via WRITING CONTEST – Tick Tock, we are halfway to the end of our contest period! — Dan Alatorre – AUTHOR