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Angela Yuriko Smith
Angela Yuriko Smith works for a weekly newspaper by day, blogs at Dandilyon Fluff and produces mainly children's books. Her published works, however, include fiction and nonfiction across multiple genres and she has been included in various anthologies and online publications.Mother of four,... show more

Angela Yuriko Smith works for a weekly newspaper by day, blogs at Dandilyon Fluff and produces mainly children's books. Her published works, however, include fiction and nonfiction across multiple genres and she has been included in various anthologies and online publications.Mother of four, author of more, she is on a desperate search to find a cure for sleeping. If you need to know more, visit her at dandilyonfluff.com.
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Birth date: November 21, 1968
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Fallen Over Book Reviews
Fallen Over Book Reviews rated it 4 years ago
I think this is a perfect book to read to children ages 7 on up. K and I read it at bedtime it is not very long and we loved the story being told. A lizard who ends up reading what kind of lizard is that? It is an awesome one. K wondered if we could buy him a lizard who could read so he could show h...
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Fallen Over Book Reviews rated it 4 years ago
I don't mind reading short stories but I like for the plot to be a bit deeper. I have read other work from this author and enjoyed her writing style so I figured this book would be no different. I love reading about how Karma plays a role in people's lives. In this story I felt a bit lost I really d...
Fallen Over Book Reviews
Fallen Over Book Reviews rated it 4 years ago
Wow this was an amazing short ghost story. It is short and to the point no extra information that has you scratching your head. Cambria is babysitting but when the little girl she is babysitting is acting strange and saying well that is what that lady there is doing with her hair it has you wonder...
Book Reviews by Lynn
Book Reviews by Lynn rated it 4 years ago
There is something wrong with Cambria's new babysitting job when she gets drawn into a little girl's game of pulling faces—with no one. Cambria's simple world begins to fragment. It all starts when you tie the knot. The Braid is a satisfying short story that will resonate with readers long after the...
Book Reviews by Lynn
Book Reviews by Lynn rated it 4 years ago
Mae was a born writer. Her life's passion was to find the ultimate story. In her quest to find the truth behind the Jersey Devil disappearances, Mae uncovers something much more sinister wandering the Whitebog area at night. Little did she know that the ultimate story would be her own... and she'd b...
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