A. E. Chewning

Author, Actress and Adventurer

I’ve always enjoyed a good book. Escaping into different magical worlds was one of my favorite past times as a child. My reading took a back seat while the kiddos were younger, but I’ve started to get back in touch with my inner book worm. I’ve discovered some amazing authors recently and will share some of my favorites on this page!

M. L. Bullock

Historian Carrie Jo Dreams About the Past!

Will the ghosts of Seven Sisters allow her to tell their secrets?

Read all the books in the Seven Sisters series, and the spin offs, Idlewood, Return to Seven Sisters and Gracefield!

Fellow Southern author and friend M. L. Bullock’s Seven Sisters series is AMAZING! You’ll enjoy every second of these books and all of her fabulous characters. Grab a cup of coffee and dive right in. You won’t be able to put them down!


The first volume in the addictive saga of the American Revolution by the #1 New York Times–bestselling author of the North and South trilogy.
 Meet Phillipe Charboneau: the illegitimate son and unrecognized heir of the Duke of Kentland. Upon the Duke’s death, Phillipe is denied his birthright and left to build a life of his own. Seeking all that the New World promises, he leaves London for America, shedding his past and preparing for the future by changing his name to Philip Kent. He arrives at the brink of the American Revolution, which tests his allegiances in ways he never imagined. The first volume of John Jakes’s wildly successful and highly addictive Kent Family Chronicles, The Bastard is a triumph of historical fiction. This ebook features an illustrated biography of John Jakes including rare images from the author’s personal collection.

K. F. Breene

I just stumbled on this author and can’t wait to read more of her books! For all those women out there getting glitter strands like me…you’ll love this book. Who says you can’t have a midlife crisis mixed with a little magic!


October brings on the spookiness vibe for everyone. Doesn’t it? The air is crisper, leaves are falling and things just start to take on that magical, mystical feel. Which leads us right into the thankful season and then onto the even more magical season of Christmas. October is like the prequel into a the world …

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Back on set

Well…I finally made it back on set. It was volunteer and I was background, but that doesn’t really matter to me. What matters is that I got the courage up to get myself back out there and find a set to be on. I enjoy being on set and learning about the process of making …

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A Haunting in Magnolia

Is 2020 over yet? Seriously. I have personally been on a rollercoaster of emotions. I’m ready to get off and not get back on the sucker. I really don’t like rollercoasters any more, by the way. I used to like them when I was younger and more carefree, but now that I’m in my forties …

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