Category Archives: Maven Reviews

Interviews, Reviews, and Giveaways: Blog tour dates

Full Moon Bites has organized a blog tour for me, though I am a bit late posting it. Follow along to read interviews, reviews and get a chance at a free tarot reading.

Dec. 10th- Identity Discovery (Review)
Dec. 11th- The Insane Writings of a Crazed Writer (Interview)
Dec. 12th- I am, indeed (Review/Giveaway)
Dec. 13th- Musings of a Writing Reader (Review)
Dec. 14th- Juniper Grove (Interview/Giveaway)
Dec. 15th- Waiting on Sunday to Drown (Book Review/Giveaway)
Dec. 16th- 1889 Labs (Guest Post)
Dec. 17th- The Book Maven (Review/Interview)
Dec. 18th- Paranormal Romance Fans For Life (Guest Post)
Dec. 19th- Crazy Four Books (Review)
Dec. 20th- My Seryniti (Review)
Dec. 21st- Laurie’s Paranormal Thoughts and Reviews (Author Interview/Excerpt/Giveaway)
Dec. 22nd- A Book Lover’s Library (Book Review)
Dec. 23rd- The Avid Reader (Excerpt/Giveaway) 

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ABG Reads Blog Tour

Maven Fairy Godmother Blog TourVisit with Charlotte and learn more about me and my adventures in Faery.  Read guest posts, book reviews and sneak peek excerpts not available on Amazon.

Come by and visit these blogs. Leave  comment. Make a wish!

November 8 Over Cuppa Tea  Balancing Order and Chaos – how magic works

November 9 Book Reviews by Dee

November 10 Amys Booket List 

November 11 A Buckeye Girl Reads 

November 12 Hanging With Bells 

November 13 My Devotional Thoughts

November 14 Truth, Beauty, Freedom and Books 

November 15 Oh, The Books You’ll Read

November 16 My Cozie Corner

November 17 Hanging With Bells 

November 18 Ramblings Of A Caffeinated Writer

Crones Rule! – A review of Maven Fairy Godmother

5.0 out of 5 stars Crones Rule!, October 14, 2012

By Darlene “Dar” (Reno, NV, United States) – See all my reviews (REAL NAME)
This review is from: Maven Fairy Godmother: Through the Veil (Kindle Edition)

I am going to read this again. There are no fairy tales for old people, well, except for this one. Ms. Babb give others, besides the pretty virgins, a chance to make wishes. I can’t tell you how many times I laughed out loud while reading this book. I can’t tell you how many times I had to read a phrase aloud just to enjoy it even deeper. Philosophy and wisdom give weight to this story that seems light-weight. This was too much fun for kids. It is fun only those with experience in the world will enjoy.

Thank you, BookRooster for offering this book for review. I loved it!