Monthly Archives: April 2012

Chapter 5: The Visitor

Hello everyone and welcome back to the Bookabet Legacy. Sorry that it’s been a while, but it’s the Easter Holidays and I work in a library so work has been hectic! Last time our foundress Ceridwen married Franco Wolff-Cruz, an … Continue reading

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Chapter 4: A Midnight Marriage

Hello and welcome back to the Bookabet Legacy. Last time, Franco forgot his clothes, Gelert made friends with Sim!Deefa and took an instant dislike to the ice cream truck. The next day dawns bright and early with Gelert barking at … Continue reading

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Chapter 3: Ice Cream Trucks are evil

Hello everyone and welcome back to the Bookabet Legacy. Last time Franco forgot his clothes, all the wild/stray animals chose the legacy lot for their new support group and Gelert got fleas. Ceridwen: How did you even get the fleas? There … Continue reading

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Chapter 2: What’s with all the Animals?

Hello everyone and welcome back to the Bookabet Legacy. Last time we were introduced to the founder Ceridwen and her irrepressible dog Gelert. When we left Ceridwen had just invited her potential love interest Franco Wolff-Cruz over and Gelert had … Continue reading

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Chapter 1: Meet Ceridwen

Hello and welcome to the Bookabet Alphabet Legacy. Here I will attempting the impossible, a 28 generation alphabet legacy! I can guarantee there will be tears, temper tantrums and drama galore … and that’s just from me! The children will … Continue reading

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Welcome to WordPress.com. After you read this, you should delete and write your own post, with a new title above. Or hit Add New on the left (of the admin dashboard) to start a fresh post. Here are some suggestions … Continue reading

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