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Heather Heffner
Dream. Travel. Write.
Dream. Travel. Write.


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January 2018 Book Review: The Cursed Child
Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany ~Book Review~  *Warning! Major
Spoilers Ahead!* MULTITUDES SWARMED OVER THIS SCRIPT , eager to relive the magic and wonder of J.K. Rowling’s much
beloved Harry Potter series. I still remember ...
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Thailand Travel Series: Siem Reap, Cambodia
This is Part 2 of the Thailand & Cambodia Travel
Series.  Read Part 1 Here . WE WOKE UP early to catch our international flight from
Bangkok to Siem Reap, Cambodia. There are two airports in Bangkok: Suvarnabhumi
International Airport, which is the newer ai...
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December 2017 Book Review: Glimmerglass
GLIMMERGLASS By Jenna Black ~Book Review~ AVALON has a
mesmerizing allure to it, a mysterious city in Britain where magic comes to
life. For teenage Dana who has an embittered relationship with her alcoholic
mother, she is willing to travel behind the curta...
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Thailand Travel Series: Bangkok
~Welcome to the Thailand Travel Series~ This
visit briefly covers Bangkok, features Angkor Wat in Cambodia, and then focuses
on Southern Thailand: Phuket; Phrang Nga Bay; Railay Beach; Ao Nang. Happy Traveling! MY HOMETOWN had entered a terribly cold season...
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November 2017 Book Review: Nightshade
NIGHTSHADE By Andrea Cremer ~Book Review~ *Warning!
Spoilers!* THIS BOOK IS
PARANORMAL CANDY. I binge-read the Nightshade series, cursed
violently at the romantic turn of events in the final book, and then tried to
get into the Nightshade prequels but just ...
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October 2017 Book Review: The Girl in the Steel Corset
The Girl in the Steel
Corset By Kate Locke ~Book Review~ Warning! Minor spoilers!  FINLEY JAYNE, our
late 19 th century English heroine, can knock full-grown men out cold
in a corset made out of steel , no
less. No wonder she is ill-tempered. Paying homage ...
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Update on Writing Projects
When I realized it was September, my jaw literally dropped. Seriously, where has this year gone? It has been quite the whirlwind. Writing will always be my passion, and I have big plans for the Changeling Sisters Series and the Afterlife Chronicles in the y...
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September 2017 Book Review: The Grimm Legacy
The Grimm Legacy By Polly Shulman ~Book Review~  *Warning!
Spoilers! THIS IS A
HEART-WARMING middle school read in the vein of modern-day fairy tales. Elizabeth
is lonely and has trouble fitting into a new school but her luck perks up when
she accepts a job...
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July 2017 Book Review: White Cat
WHITE CAT By Holly Black ~Book Review~ THE CURSE WORKERS SERIES is truly a breath of fresh air in the genre. My only wish is that I wish Holly Black had delved more
into the most interesting thing about it – the curses! Granted, I feel
like the first book, ...
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June 2017 Book Review: Red Queen
Red Queen By Victoria
Aveyard ~Book Review~   Warning! Spoilers! MARE BARROWS IS A RED, which means she is a commoner, destined to serve the royal
Silvers who have superpowers like mind control or fire. Mare is on the side to
a budding resistance to this so...
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