Recent Reviews for June H Betts
Father was a Caveman: The First In The Echoes In My Mind Series (Book) - 8/5/2012 9:17:41 AM|
This sounds like a great book
Along Came A Soldier (sequel to Father Was A Caveman and We Were Vagabonds) (Book) - 7/8/2010 4:08:58 PM
I loved the first two books of this series and can't wait to get my hands on this one soon. All of these books are real page turners. I read the first one in one day and never put it down until I was finished.
Father was a Caveman: The First In The Echoes In My Mind Series (Book) - 3/11/2008 10:45:49 PM
Hello sounds interesting the best in all things to you, glad to have found your pages.
Father was a Caveman: The First In The Echoes In My Mind Series (Book) - 7/17/2007 7:38:06 PM
This delightful and engaging chronicle invites the reader to peek into the minds, hearts, and lives of a family as they walk out the path to become who they are destined to be. Moving, colorful, and thoroughly entertaining - this story will leaving you yearning for the sequel!
A Country Christmas (Short Story) - 1/1/2015 8:31:48 AM
Reminds me of my mother's recounting of her childhood, going to her aunt's house for Christmas in a horse-drawn sleigh. My earliest recollection was my twin brother and I being dressed as tops (ornaments) for a church Christmas party. My only recollection of Santa was getting candy from him on the front porch of the white frame City Hall building in our little town.
I spent seven years in West Virginia, in Morgantown and Huntington. To the best of my memory, every year I would leave and take the treacherous drive to Wisconsin to be with my family at Christmas time.
A Country Christmas (Short Story) - 12/31/2014 4:19:42 PM
Thank you for once again taking up your 'pen' to transport us back to the nostalgic innocence of a bygone - though beloved - era. As expected, you've once again hit the mark with a thoroughly entertaining and heartwarming tale, replete with the vivid imagery and desciptive style we've grown to love! Count this piece as another chapter in a kindred history, carefully imprinted in the collective memories of all of us who treasure your artfully woven works. We again thank you for such a carefully crafted and intimate gift this Christmas season!
MEMORIES OF YE OLDE MILL (Short Story) - 12/11/2009 9:32:30 AM
Enjoyed your story very much. You told it in a way that was interesting and kept me in suspense. You have a very enjoyable writing style. I can see why this one won. I love happy endings and this story has one for sure. God bless you and yours, and Merry Christmas June!
~ a fellow human & poet Zach
THE MISSING LINK (Short Story) - 12/11/2009 9:27:06 AM
I cried tears of joy when I read this! I've did my family genealogy (well, actually its a work in progress)and so I know how exciting it is to meet family after many years. Sounds like that is an exciting book to read! Merry Christmas June.