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Book Review of Kate’s Dilemma by Sarah Holman!

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Kate can’t stay with the team any longer. She has worked for too long to keep the walls around her heart and around her past to allow the team to tear them down now. She doesn’t think they can handle what is behind them; she’s not sure she can. Heading to Charleston with the team on one last case, she and Brian go undercover as brother and sister to find out if a young musician is profiting from illegal activity.

Patrick is going undercover as a summer student at the University of Charleston. He tries to befriend the sister of a suspected drug runner, but nothing is coming easily. The sister won’t trust him, leads keep drying up, and tension in the team is building. When things begin to fall apart, Patrick is convinced that he can fix things, but can he? Get it here My Review Genre: Fiction.

Writing Prompt #2

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Beautiful: Use the definition of beautiful in your story.
Pasta: Use the word pasta in your story.
Grain: Use words that rhyme with grain in your story.
Henry: Have a character named Henry in your story.
Seventeen: Have a character age seventeen years in your story.
Fruit: Have a fruit in your story. (It can be any kind of fruit you want.)
Cream: Have cream in your story.

Book review of Kate's Capitol by Sarah Holman!

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About: Do the small compromises we make daily really hurt anyone or matter to God?
Kate’s first case as an FBI agent is nothing like she expected. Posing as an intern at the Texas Capitol, she finds herself spending more time behind the computer than she does figuring out the case. Is Representative Jason Ashbury guilty of a third degree felony or is one of his staff to blame? And how is she supposed to handle the effect Patrick has on her?
Patrick was looking forward to guiding Kate through her first case, instead he was assigned to Ashbruy’s home office in Tyler. He cannot figure out either the case or his relationship to Kate. Are Ashbury’s dedicated employees covering for him, or the instigators? Will Kate ever let him be her friend, or will she continue to push him away?
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My Review
Genre: Fiction.

My Rating: 5 Stars.

Recommendation: Anyone over 13 because of slight violence.

My favorite character/s: Kate is more closed off from others than in the first book. I like Kate an…

True North

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A Year with the Potters Spotlight

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In April they met new friends, in August they got a kitten, October they learned about Martin Luther, November brought a pet Black Widow, and January gave them a Biblical lesson in perseverance. What else is in store for the Potter family? For Amanda, Jackie, Emmy, Grace, and their parents, there's no such thing as an ordinary month! Not only that, they are always pulling their friends into their adventures too. Why is there a kitten creeping through shards of glass? What is he after? And why is there a jar hiding in the kitchen cupboard - with a spider living in it?

New Service and Giveaway!

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Announcing my newest service ... and a GIVEAWAY to celebrate!


I love creating characters and have so many interesting people swirling around in my head, I thought I would offer them to you to jumpstart your own stories.


What's my new service offer? Fully developed character, three favorite thing prompts, two random writing prompts and a twenty question character interview.
For custom character sketches, I need to know... The genre of your story, The gender of the character, The heritage of your character, The era of your story, Any other pertinent information you desire,

Writing Prompt #1

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Sanctification: Use the definition of sanctification in your story.
Broccoli: Use the word broccoli in your story.
Facebook: Use words that rhyme with Facebook in your story.
Hope: Have a character named Hope in your story.
Five: Have a character age five years in your story.
Bat: Have a bat in your story. (It can be any kind of bat you want.)
Cheese: Have cheese in your story.
Mhmm: Have a character say mhmm in your story.
If you post or publish a story with my "Write Now" prompts please credit Kaylee's Kind Of Writes.
What are you working on "Write Now"?

Chapter I Part II!

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Chapter I part IIOakland Jr. watched a Jeep pull into his driveway. He went to the front porch as a young man got out of the driver side door, “Xander, I assume?” the blond-haired young man nodded. “You look just like your sister.” “So, we’re told. Where is Hanna? Why did she send me this letter? And how does she know you?” Xander demanded. Well, Xander, you have your sister's stubbornest to. Or more likely your Dad’s. Wonder what he would say about that, thought Oakland. “I knew your Dad and about a year ago your Mama asked me to let Hanna work for me, so I let her. She didn’t come to work two days ago or respond to my calls or messages, so I went to her house and she wasn’t there. The first day I thought maybe she had a family emergency until I got a letter asking me to give the enclosed letter to for you.” Oakland said handing Xander the letter. It read, “Dear Xander, I am sorry. I was being watched and I think my first letter to you was read by the man who was watching me. I am fin…

Book review of Kate's Innocence by Sarah Holman!

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About:What would you do if you were accused of a crime you didn’t commit?
Kate watched as her campus was torn apart by bombs and now is being accused of perpetrating the crime. As the evidence quickly stacks up against her, she begins to lose hope that the truth will come to light. Even though the handsome FBI Agent, Patrick, has taken up her cause, will they be able to prove her innocence? Will God, who she neglected for so long, listen to her prayers for help?
Patrick is an agent with a very special team of agents. He wants to help Kate prove she is innocent, but as each new piece of evidence is revealed, that goal seems harder. He wonders why he feels so compelled to help her and so sure she is innocent despite the evidence. Will he be willing to put his job on the line to help her? Can he trust in God to make sure the truth will come out in the end?
Get it here My Review
Genre: Fiction.