Those Dang Chihuahuas!

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Cindy, Belle, and Skylar are three sisters. They have an average life. They go to the park one day and find three Chihuahuas. They name them Bella, Pico, and Brandon. These Chihuahuas might just change these girls' lives! I can't tell you how, but I KNOW you will be laughing, your head will be in knots, and your heart will be warmed by the time you finish reading this hilarious story! More
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About Ashlynn Elliott

Hi, I'm Ashlynn Elliott, that weird middle school girl who is usually cooped up in a corner with a book....or a notebook and a pen. I started writing chapter books when I was in third grade, and I had a fun time with them. Each chapter would be a page long, and I'd staple them together and show them to my classmates. Of course, my writing has matured a lot since then. I joined Smashwords when I was in fifth grade, and for the longest while, I wrote mostly comedy books, usually about fairies or mermaids or talking dogs. If you read some of my older stories you can find them at the bottom of the page, but keep in mind that most of them are pretty silly, considering I wrote them when I was nine and ten.

My newer books are more for middle schoolers and teens, like me. I write about things that are more realistic (sort of...) than I used to. But don't think I won't throw a little magic in here and there ;-)

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About the Series: Awesome Magic Secret Stories
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Kristianna9642 reviewed on April 3, 2014

Might be OK for YA - but I think it was over the top silly. Even a fantasy story still has to make a little sense. This one does not.
(review of free book)
Leslie Lee reviewed on Dec. 11, 2013

A fun fantasy by an up and coming author, the story ranges far and wide with creativity and excitement. I enjoyed the little twists and turns that this young author's fertile imagination displays. I’m going to be following her growth and enjoying her stories.
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