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Poet At Large Reviews, Guest Review, Dollar Bead Company   Leave a comment

Sadly the Poet at Large has suffered catastrophic computer failure and has no review for you this week but The Eagle Beader has left one for you crafty people out there.

I found a place on the internet call Dollar Bead Company where you’re able to buy beads for a very low price most of them are dollar or less . The only problem with the seed beads are the seed beads are not uniform shape this makes it very hard to do intricate pattern building with the seed beads. I also bought some swarovski¬†crystals I really like the crystals you could get 12 crystals for 1 dollar this is a great deal. I just thought people would like to know about the seed beads before they bought them. They have lots of interesting colors in their seed beads they are just not eazy to work with using the chine ¬†stitch or in peyote patterns also you would not be able to use them with the Loom.

This review is left by the Eagle Beader,

Cheryl Carreau

You may contact the Poet and her friends by e-mailing (ravendove922@yahoo.com)

Posted October 11, 2012 by lydamaedameron in Guest Review

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Poet At Large Reviews, Guest Review, Book, Tablets of Immortality   Leave a comment

Billy the weretroll: This isn’t a safe place for you.

Myron Selkirk: No place is safe for me.

I am your guest reviewer, The Starving Artist.

The quote above is from my choice book for victimizing, “Tablets of Immortality” by Rhiannon Mellen and A. Bradbury. If you love Bruce Cambell films, you most likely will love it! It’s about 14 year old Myron Selkirk, a boy who finds a living cave crystal that becomes his mentor and teaches him to be a warlock. While he found it, his two friends were found by vampires. One was killed while the other was turned into a vampire. Myron stole a car to take his friend Andy Hand to Los Angeles in order to find other vampires to teach him etiquette in the blood sucking world. Along the way, he found himself conscripted by a werecat into helping recovery some ancient Egyptian artifacts that possess the magical powers.

What I loved about it most was the running gags, cool werewolf fights and a werecat of many aliases. Definitely a good read for the 14+ range!

From brush strokes of The Starving Artist.

Sena Kathryn Schneider

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