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Richelle is a native of Washington State, graduated from Eastern Washington University with bachelors degrees in Liberal Studies and Math/Science Education. Her quotes have been published in a number of books including the Oxford Philosophy Being Human Course Book, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Christmas in Canada, and in a Revlon magazine ad campaign. She has a strong love of the arts―drama, choir, sketching, painting, literature. This author writes whenever and wherever opportunity presents itself. She describes herself beautifully in the following quote:
I like bubbles in everything. I respect the power of silence. In cold or warm weather I favor a mug of hot cocoa. I admire cats―their autonomy, grace, and mystery. I awe at the fiery colors in a sunset. I believe in deity. I hear most often with my eyes, and I will trust a facial expression before any accompanying comment. I invent rules, words, adventures, and imaginary friends. I pretend something wonderful every day. I will never quit pretending.
~ Richelle E. Goodrich
Richelle writes young adult books―fantasies, adventures, and some realities, always with a touch of romance.
The Harrowbethian Saga is a six-book series that follows Queen Eena on an incredible road of adventure and self-discovery. These Eena books are a work of fantasy, with dragons, magic, and hidden treasures, all in a sci-fi setting. These books are packed with non-stop surprises and sweet romance.
Dandelions, The Disappearance of Annabelle Fancher is a work entirely different from Eena's fantasy adventure. Dandelions is a suspenseful, human-interest account detailing the harsh reality endured by young Annabelle Fancher. It tenderly acquaints the reader with a lonely young girl and shares her courage facing adversity. Many of Annabelle's experiences were taken from the lives of actual people.
Secrets of a Noble Key Keeper is additional to Dandelions; it is young Miss Annabelle Fancher's original fairy tale written for one of her few friends, Mr. Michael Lundstrom. Destined to be a children's classic, this whimsical story of Dreamland is perfect for everyone―young and young at heart.
Richelle has authored hundreds of quotes and poems. Smile Anyway: Quotes, Verse, and Grumblings for Every Day of the Year; Making Wishes: Quotes, Thoughts, and a Little Poetry for Every Day of the Year; and Slaying Dragons: Quotes, Poetry, & a few Short Stories for Every Day of the Year are three books filled with Richelle's favorite penned quotes.
This author would tell you her greatest thrill is hearing what readers have to say about the characters living within her books. Feel free to contact Richelle Goodrich by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
on May 12, 2015 :
This book brought me right back to my childhood. It's a good old fashioned fairy tale, with big bad wolves, pirates and swashbuckling, bears, and little girls running around the forest with red riding hoods on.
It's a chapter book, but each chapter is reasonably short, and upon reflection, I think it would be a perfect story for parents of young kids to read to them at bedtime, or for slightly older kids to read themselves.
I had some extremely minor issues with it, and it didn't exactly hold my attention a hundred percent of the time, but for what it claims to be (A fairy tale), I does its job perfectly!
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)