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Loralee Evans

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Some of Loralee Evans’ earliest memories are of sitting with her mom or dad while they read her stories like The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter, or Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey. These memories, along with many great teachers who got her excited about reading, are what helped her develop a love of books, and of writing. She has lived in Missouri, Texas, and Utah, and even spent a year and a half in Japan. Some of her favorite authors are James Dashner, C.S. Lewis, Heather B. Moore, Rachel Ann Nunes, Candace Salima, J. Scott Savage, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Julie Wright.

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Loralee Evans Benedict and Beatrice from Much Ado About Nothing. The way they get together and realize that they actually do care about each other is hilarious.
Loralee Evans Writer's block can be minimized if you write an outline before hand, and know, even before you begin, roughly how your story will go, and how it will…moreWriter's block can be minimized if you write an outline before hand, and know, even before you begin, roughly how your story will go, and how it will end. That can get rid of most writer's block situations before they even begin. Still, writers may come up against a wall. Sometimes that just means that you need to step back, take a break, and let your creative juices stew for a while. But also often means that your story is going in a direction that couldn't work organically, and you need to rethink things, and perhaps take the story in a different direction.(less)
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The Birthright

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The King's Heir

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All Shook Up, performing at the Midvale Performing Arts Center, is a humorous modern take on Shakespeare's 12th Night.The book was written by Joe Dipietro, and the play features the songs of Elvis. It features a wide cast of characters all looking for love, and follows them through their hilarious adventures and misadventures as they each work toward their own goals. One of the main characters... Read more of this blog post »
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"Absolutely lovely and absorbing family saga full of secrets, suspense, and believable characters with compelling and complicated relationships. Yes, it's long, but don't let that keep you from picking this one up - once you start, it is hard to st..." Read more of this review »
Felicity and the Scary Bear by Loralee Evans
"A Children's Book with Something for the Funny Bone and for the Mind

Felicity and the Scary Bear by Loralee Evans is a cleverly written book. Our sparrow heroine, Felicity, and her friend, Cairn, are remarkably quick to understand and adapt to the..." Read more of this review »
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Having looked over the other three in this series also, not read just took a thorough look, I can certainly see the series having a dedicated following. There were some grammatical errors yet I can see them getting l..." Read more of this review »
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This book was an enjoyable read, very well-written, and immediately engaging right from the beginning. I was glad for the opportunity to read it. I'm a sucker for historical fiction, especially in medieval England where this particular story takes pl ...more
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Age of Azmoq by Rajamayyoor Sharma
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This book is a highly imaginative tale following, for the most part, the perspective of Devrath who comes from a village where pretty much nothing ever happens. I imagined something like The Shire from The Lord of the Rings where they Hobbits live ha ...more
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Cecily Wolf's book, A Harvest of Stars is an emotionally intense book. Locklyn, or Lock, is trapped in a home with a weakening mother and an abusive stepfather. The town in which she lives is woefully ignorant of her troubles, except for one person. ...more
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This is a skillfully crafted book with a powerful story. Ruth Goldberg, the main protagonist, is 14 when the story begins, and lives through World War II and the terror and trauma it caused. The author leads us through the events of her life, finally ...more
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