Rebecca Fjelland Davis

Author, Rebecca Fjelland Davis

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Here you can find out all about Becky’s books, short stories, and upcoming author events.

Rebecca Fjelland Davis is a novelist and YA and children’s book author who lives in Minnesota. Becky is a serious cyclist and loves to write about her passions:  bicycling, dogs, farms, family, and friendship.

Becky’s newest novel, Slider’s Sonwas published by North Star Press in September 2017.  Mystery! Intrigue! A dead body in the cellar. You don’t want to miss reading this page-turner!

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Allen Eskens and more

I've been so busy with school and life that I haven't blogged for ages. First, I need to announce that Allen Eskens will be visiting South Central College, Conference Center B, on Wednesday, March 21, noon to 1. He'll talk and read; all four of his novels will be for...

Serenity prayer on the Bike and in Books

So much is out of our control, and so much in life can drive us crazy if we let it. I'm recently reminded when Slider's Son was passed over--or completely ignored--in a nomination (which shall remain anonymous) for a book list, where I thought it would at least get a...

Let it snow.

Today, the entire Mankato community has a snow day. All schools and colleges and many work places are closed. Teachers and students alike rejoice as soon as the closing announcement hits our news source. My husband has to plow snow for MnDOT, so that's the one...

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  • A MUST readA MUST readAnthony L Larson

    Rebecca Davis has created very real characters that I'm sure we all can relate to in one way or another. She has captured some very real situations that we can relate to, maybe you or even your child has experienced a similar situation. This is a wonderful and fast read that young and old will surely enjoy. Rebecca has a way with words that captures and reels the reader deep into the story. I highly reccommend [sic] this book!

  • Surprising EffectiveSurprising EffectiveBrent Hartinger

    It's always good to approach a book with no expectations, which I did with this one. It's a wonderfully-written mystery-of-sorts that, most of all, reads completely true to the reality of the sport at the center of the action (though anyone can enjoy it!).

  • Mystery and RomanceMystery and Romancevtown

    I would really recommend this book to someone who loves mystery and conflict.

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  • Did not want to put it downDid not want to put it downJackie R.

    Did not want to put it down and hopeful for a sequel. Adventure, sadness and laughter is what life is.

  • It's as simple as this: Chasing AllieCat blew me away in the best way possible, and I have a very strong feeling it will do the same to many other YA book lovers out there, because this book simply has it all: strong characters, a mysterious plot that will keep the reader guessing to the very last page, romance, and plenty more!

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  • The reading level of this title is perfect for early chapter book readersThe reading level of this title is perfect for early chapter book readersKristen

    The reading level of this title is perfect for early chapter book readers, once you are familiar with the Greek terminology and names. The text is in large type and not too lengthy, and the illustrations are colorful and dynamic. A good choice for kids who aren't quite ready for the Goddess Girls series.

  • CHASING ALLIECAT combines all those things we readers loveCHASING ALLIECAT combines all those things we readers loveBrent Taylor

    I absolutely adored Rebecca F-Something Davis's CHASING ALLIECAT. It was mysterious, funny, romantic, and intriguing. CHASING ALLIECAT combines all those things we readers love--unique characters, fast-paced plot, funny narration--perfectly, and makes an enjoyable read.

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  • Mountain bikes, mystery and madness.Mountain bikes, mystery and madness.Jessica N.

    In terms of realistic fiction, Chasing Alliecat was my first foray into this world in YA fiction. This book hooked its fingers into me and drew me into reading from the very first chapter. If this is what all realistic fiction is like, well please let me say that I'm more than happy to go find some more! I felt so invested in these characters that I loved every minute of this book. Absolutely amazing.

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  • A mystery that will give you an emotional rideA mystery that will give you an emotional rideKristen M. Harvey

    I love the mystery behind Allie when you meet her in the book, how tough she is and how unwilling to reveal any type of contact information to Sadie. It becomes apparent that something is going on pretty much from the start when it comes to Allie. She won't share a lot about herself with Sadie except for her love of riding. When Joe comes along and steals Sadie's attention just a bit, you can feel the tension between the characters.

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  • Ride through the chicken!Ride through the chicken!Laura Booksnob

    Chasing Alliecat is a suspenseful mystery and a page turner. My advice is to chase down this book. It would make a great read for the gym while your riding the stationary bike.

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