The Treehouse at Shadow Lake

Rated 4.71/5 based on 7 reviews
Chalyce and her brother, Grayson, discover a bit of "magic" in the treehouse near their summer home at Shadow Lake. Chalyce enters a fishing contest with other kids, hoping to win a big prize. Discover the magic and follow Chalyce as she faces a choice of winning at all cost or playing fair and possibly losing the prize. More

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About Liz Rich

Writer and dreamer, I am a chaser of sunsets and rainbows. I grew up in the Arizona desert and cherish the warmth of the sun and the whispers of quiet. My writing began at an early age, starting with small works of fiction, a play performed at my school, and a lot of poetry. My poetry is deeply personal and straight from the heart. In the beginning, I had reservations about sharing my writing, thinking it would allow too much insight into me. As my writing has evolved, I've realized how words can be like loving hands that touch the heart and how satisfying it is when one of my readers tells me I touched a place in theirs.

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Review by: virginia horn on June 2, 2013 :
Enjoyable short story, that depicts a simpler time in a chiLds world where a bit of magic can come alive.a great read. l
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Dedra Baker on March 10, 2013 :
Aunt Dobbie! What an amazing story. Keep writing. Your children's stories are great. They teach lessons and give a great descriptions of times when life was about family. Love this story.
(review of free book)
Review by: Teresa Brandstetter on March 9, 2013 :
I loved it. I also love that your children's stories have such wonderful lessons in them! Very descriptive.
(review of free book)
Review by: Teresa Corkren on Feb. 26, 2013 :
What a fun story! I enjoyed the description of nature surroundings and could imagine the drive to the cabin! It was actually quite relaxing! The story itself was fun and playful, very imaginative! The "magic" is hilarious and the ending is great for sending a meaningful message to young ones. Well done Liz! Our children need more stories that represent the positive values found in your characters.

For reviewer Martina, if you had gone just one page further where the fun starts and the plot really unfolds, you will appreciate the first four pages much more! Honestly, it's a short story (not to mention, it was free!) I think you might have short changed the author with your rating - just my opinion! I personally did not get any sense of that much word repetition.
(review of free book)
Review by: Martina on Feb. 18, 2013 :
I had a hard time getting into it. The frequent word repetition put me off (time, time, camp, camp) and the plot didn't grab my interest. There just wasn't enough built in suspense to keep me reading. I didn't make it past page 4. Sorry.
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Review by: Josh Stovall on Feb. 17, 2013 :
Another great story by Liz. My family and I can not get enough of her story's. Liz has some amazing talent.
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Review by: shirley stovall on Feb. 17, 2013 :
Amazing-Since I am priviliged to know the children in real life - you captured them perfectly. This is a beautiful story about playing fair. Well written!
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