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Seriously! How lucky can a gal who write about a fictitious magic village where there are talking crystal balls, fairy-God cats, and fun witches galore be??
Last year I was lucky enough to have a clothing line named after the characters and places in the Magical Cures Mystery Series.

These are just a few of the clothing items that sold out in hours!!! Now I'm beyond thrilled to have real life JUNE GEMS available for sale from Cooper's Cocoa and Cookies! Seriously! How adorable are these??

Plus they have a bunch of other awesome treats you can purchase or send to family and friends. 
Check them out right here!

If you haven't checked out the MAGICAL CURES MYSTERY SERIES, you can get the first three for only $5.99!!! 
If you place an order with Cooper's, send me a receipt of your purchase and I'll enter you into a drawing for any print book you desire plus some JUNE GEMS!'s not too late to send me coloring books/crayons for Alyssa's Coloring for the Cure! Check out the blog post here for details about why I do this every years. 


  1. Oh I love the sweater thingy and The June Gems look yummy!

    1. I love all the pieces! I wish we could still order the line....

  2. I love the boots & the sweater jacket! The cocoa and cookies look adorable!

    1. Thanks Terri! I was thrilled they picked the Magical Cures Series to name their clothes after <3

  3. I love the June Gems and all the other things you have above! Much more success to you!

  4. Boots are great ! Necklace is great and can I have some June's Gems ?? hehe

  5. Have some of the clothing line and Love them!!!! The Junes Gems look amazing!!! Need to know where to order them!!

    1. I wear mine all the time. People always ask me where I got them...I wish they were still available! You can follow the link in the post to order June's Gems if you want :)


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