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Beth M. Honeycutt

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A professional writer and editor, Beth has written everything from poetry and short stories to proposals for government contracts, science textbooks, and standardized tests (yes, you have her to thank for those!).

Her real love is writing fiction, though, especially YA. She loves to travel and has been to nine different countries (more if you count layovers!). At home or abroad, she can usually be found with her head in a book or madly scribbling down ideas for a book of her own. She loves spending time with family, stories of all kinds, and happy endings. She firmly believes in the enduring power of love.

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Average rating: 4.34 · 86 ratings · 40 reviews · 1 distinct workSimilar authors
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"Journal: The Short Life and Mysterious Death of Amy Zoe Mason is a clever concept executed by sisters Kristine and Joyce Atkinson. The conceit is that the authors (er, I mean the women who "found" the journal) purchased a piece of furniture at a r..." Read more of this review »
Journal by Joyce Atkinson
"The blurb on this mystery book says "Readers will find themselves scouring the pages of missed hints and important evidence, compelled to interpret the signs." I certainly did. This mystery is written as a feigned altered book made into a journal/..." Read more of this review »
What Dreams May Come by Beth M. Honeycutt
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If only it was possible to meet the love of your life in your dreams. I can't wait to read book 2!"
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Minus 148 Degrees by Art Davidson
"Tales of extreme adventure never lose their appeal for me! I am especially drawn to stories of epic mountain ascents under horrible conditions, possibly because they are often steeped in descriptions of how each of the excursion team's personaliti..." Read more of this review »
" This sounds super cute! I'm adding it to my Amazon wishlist. I only wish it was already out! "
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The Quill Pen by Michelle Isenhoff
The Quill Pen
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recommended for: middle grade readers, tweens, boys
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What would you do if given the chance to write the future? That's the premise of The Quill Pen, and it's a really interesting one. Thirteen-year-old Micah finds a quill pen that contains magic. Whatever he writes with it comes true, though maybe not ...more
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Magian High by Lia London
Magian High
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recommended for: young adults, tweens, those who love urban fantasy, Harry Potter fans, everyone
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A collaborative masterpiece!

What a terrific novel! Truthfully, I wasn't sure what to expect when I found out this was a piece of collaborative fiction. Would it still be a united whole or would it feel like it was pieced together with ideas by a bunc
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
“It's the possibility of having a dream come true that makes life interesting.”
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