Hannah Kaye

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Hannah Kaye is an author, blogger, lifelong daydreamer, and lover of words. She grew up playing crazy make-believe games with her three sisters. Those long-ago imaginary adventures still inspire her books today. Hannah wrote her first story when she was eight years old and has been practicing ever since. She loves fiction of all types (but has never found a series better than the Chronicles of Narnia) and is constantly on the hunt for her next literary adventure.

When not reading or writing, Hannah loves to bake bread, kayak, SCUBA dive, play Dungeons and Dragons, and drink lots and lots of coffee, in no particular order of importance.

Hannah's goal as a middle grade author is to provide clean, high-quality storytelling for 4th-6th grade rea
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Hannah Kaye The legality of flying hawks must be agreed upon at the onset of each individual game of Hawkspot, and must be unanimously agreed upon by all involved…moreThe legality of flying hawks must be agreed upon at the onset of each individual game of Hawkspot, and must be unanimously agreed upon by all involved players before scoring begins. (For example, house rules at my house count flying hawks as long as they can be identified and backed up by biological features, visible to both players.)

However, it is to the benefit of the verifying player NOT to validate flying hawks, as they are easier to spot, harder to prove, and, once verified, give points to the spotting player. Of course, if the verifying player happens to be a rabbit, it's likely the "don't-get-eaten" instinct will kick in more often than not, causing the player to verify hawks no matter their position or activity. This can give the spotting player an arguably unfair advantage.

All that being said, the version of Hawkspot played in 1889 was really more of a primitive proto-hawkspot. For an official stance, I'd have to recommend you consult the 2020 rule book.(less)
Hannah Kaye I grew up with three sisters, all of us close in age (think "Little Women" in real life) and we played a ton of crazy make-believe games. The main cha…moreI grew up with three sisters, all of us close in age (think "Little Women" in real life) and we played a ton of crazy make-believe games. The main characters, setting, and basic plot points of "Goldwater Ridge" were borrowed almost entirely from one of those games. The book is peppered throughout with inside jokes, references, and funny little quips that hearken back to that goofy little game we played when we were little. "Goldwater Ridge" is essentially a love letter to my sisters, who were and still are my biggest sources of inspiration, and to our childhood, which I wouldn't trade for all the gold in the West.(less)
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Not Bread Yet

I am a decently good cook.



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Except, of course, when I’m not. There was that one time when Laura and I decided that the boxed red beans and rice didn’t actually need to simmer for a whole 45 minutes like the instructions said, and we ended up crunching our way through uncooked rice and powdery beans. Messing up something as simple as boxed rice takes some talent, but boy, we were talente

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A sweet, satisfying little read, perfect for when you’re snowed in and want something cozy, or if you’ve got a hankering for a Hallmark movie and can’t get your husband to watch one with you, lol.

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