Weaving Knitting Witches Fantasy in Secrets of the Lost Caves- Potluck Yarn Trilogy

Sierra
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Have you ever given any thought to what you would consider to be your mystical power? Seemingly just your normal, everyday member of society, what is that something extra special about you that very few people would actually know?  Meet my kindred spirit, promising young witch, Sierra Blue- "calm and patient, she lay in wait watching those around her, watching her life go by, and anticipating her destiny. Nothing escaped her all-knowing glance." Oh, yeah. That's all me!

Thank you to Cheryl Potter for an Advanced Reader Copy of Secrets of the Lost Caves for the purpose of facilitating this review.  

As I participate in the daily episodes of my life with kids- the teen, the tween and the tot, who would ever guess that I am a passionate writer. The truth of the matter is that, if people had any idea of my interest in writing and observing everyday occurrences, they wouldn't say or do the random and ridiculous things that they do. Therefore, my secret is safely guarded as I use my powers for good. 


Book 2 Secrets of the Lost Caves
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The Secrets of the Lost Caves is the enchanting follow-up to The Broken Circle Yarns of the Knitting Witches. Continuing the story of the Potluck Knitting Witches from Book one, Secret of the Lost Caves once again spins the yarns and mystical adventures of a world that is so vividly created from Potter's authentic, artistic vision. The in-depth descriptiveness, paired with detailed illustrations add an element of inclusion that bring readers into the fantasy of the World of Potluck Yarn for a truly delightful tale. Excitement and enchantment from both The Broken Circle Yarns of the Knitting Witches and Secrets of the Lost Caves have established a solid foundation for Cheryl Potter's thrilling conclusion to the trilogy to the Potluck Yarn Trilogy in the final book. I am eagerly awaiting the release of her ending to this magical saga.

Find out more about Secrets of the Lost Caves and Cheryl Potter's projects at potluckyarn.com