Pearls Spirits of the Belleview Biltmore

By: BonSue Brandvik

Pearls Spirits of the Belleview Biltmore by BonSue Brandvik

Pearls Spirits of the Belleview Biltmore (Book 1)

By: BonSue Brandvik

Software developer Honor Macklin believes she’s equal business partners with her philandering ex-husband, but when family responsibilities take her to Florida, she discovers her ex may have cheated her in more ways than one. Honor’s life becomes even more complicated when spirits at the Belleview Biltmore Hotel start invading her dreams.  The spirits share memories from the life of Darcy Loughman, a young Victorian woman with big problems of her own. When the two worlds collide, Honor and her steamy new lover, Josh, along with his clairvoyant four-year-old son, try to figure out if Honor can use lessons from the past to outwit her scheming ex-husband and change her destiny.

The setting for this novel is the famous and currently endangered historic Belleview Biltmore Resort in Belleair, FL.  The hotel was built in 1896 by one of Florida’s founding fathers, Henry B. Plant. The author is working with preservationists, hoping to find investors willing to save the wonderful, 820,000 sq. ft. hotel from demolition.

“Pearls” is Book One in BonSue Brandvik’s “Spirits of the Belleview Biltmore” series. It is currently available in both paperback and e-book formats. It will soon be available in audio book format as well.

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Where Do You Live, Exactly?

By: BonSue Brandvik

Where Do You Live, Exactly by BonSue Brandvik

Where Do You Live, Exactly?

By: BonSue Brandvik

“Where Do You Live” – An interactive, educational activity book and personalized keepsake rolled into one.  “Where Do You Live, Exactly?” uses the principle of Russian nesting dolls to reduce the size of the universe one page at a time, until the book ends in the child’s own bedroom. Through the use of repetition and personalization, the child has fun ‘filling in the blanks’ and gluing-in or coloring pictures to put themselves at ‘the center of the story’.   At the same time, the child is learning the basic design of the universe and personal address information.

Depending upon the child’s age and literacy level, the personalized portions of the story can be completed entirely by an adult.  The personalized portions can also be completed by an adult and child working together or by the child working independently. When the child outgrows the book, tuck it away with childhood memorabilia.  You can preserve a precious sample of their handwriting and drawings.

Coal For Christmas

By: BonSue Brandvik

Coal For Christmas by BonSue Brandvik

Coal For Christmas

By: BonSue Brandvik

“Coal For Christmas” – When Bad Gordon steals Santa’s magic Time-Stopper-House-Hopper and tries to ruin Christmas for all the nice children, it’s up to Marcus to help save the day, even though he knows that his name is on the “Naughty List,” and all he will be getting from Santa is a lump of Coal for Christmas!.

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