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Free eBook (yes, another eBook ;b)

In my last blogpost I wrote of how I was cautious of eBooks.

When I downloaded those free Kendra Ardnek books I accidentally downloaded one other free short story.

I almost deleted it, but my mom was like, "It's free, it's a fairy tale. Check it out. If it isn't good then delete it."

Wow. That short story ended up being one of the best accidents ever.

I loved it so much that I decided "If there are more, I'm going to buy them, even if they are ebooks."

Thankfully they are available in both paperback and hardcover :) And I'm buying these VERY soon :) Also, while doing this blog post, I found out that the author was home schooled and has three kids :) that's pretty neat, I think :)

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Maelyn by Anita Valle

Available to download for free

Anita Valle on facebook and her blog.

Series: Book 1 of the Nine Princesses
(Only three books are finished as of yet).

Rating: 5 stars. Appropriate for all ages. Once scene with kissing. No magic.

Genre: fairytale

My Review:

Years before when the land was full of plague and famine there lived a good king and queen that could have no children. So, the King rescued 9 girls, one from each providence.

Now orphaned again, the princesses are fighting to keep their place as heirs for the throne. Maelyn, the oldest has mysteriously dismissed all the servants and the sisters must take care of the castle themselves.

Their uncle has come for an unexpected and unpleasant visit. Maelyn knows that something awful is going to happen.

Between plotting to keep her rightful place and dodging her uncle, Maelyn must keep her sisters in order.

But it seems as if all are against them and her....that is except for the mysterious messenger Willow, who brings her new, fascinating novels that help her forget about her troubles.


  1. These sound cool!!!! I'll have to have Mel check them out.

  2. Hi Keturah! I made a comment already but I think it disappeared somewhere so I'm doing it again. Thank you for your review! I'm so glad you are enjoying my books! I'm sorry - I only just saw your comment on my blog today. How funny that you got the book by accident! I'm glad you ended up liking it. I'm currently working on the 4th book in the series, if you "Like" my Facebook page, you'll get updates on when it comes out. Again, thanks for doing a review and I wish you all the best!

    -Anita Valle

    1. You are welcome :) and I like your page!!! Awesome!!!! I'll be getting the new books soon :)


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