Genie in a file box
Recipes to inspire
When I was 2 years old I started baking with my mom. When I was 12 years old I started writing recipes. Now I cook and bake all the time.
to motivate children's learning and development (for preschool and kindergarten students.)
Extra Sharing to open your mind and encourage imagination
Hi, my name is Carol Hibbs. I moved to Badger, Newfoundland summer of 2021. This is probably where I'll stay.
My website is my collection of recipes and children's activities, mostly.
I wrote a novel, the link to the book is down below.
For more information about me, you can read my Blog at
Or email me at
Scott Flight's Passing
December 23, 2015
My son, Scott, would've been 23 January 5th, 2016.
It doesn't seem fair. He was our anchor, our balloon
and our glue. How does one get over the loss of a son?
FOREVER ENDS by Carol Hibbs
A move to another part of the province was Gabrielle's greatest transition. It was a turning point she and her sons desperately needed. A new and safe house was a wonderful change, or so she thought. The house was haunted, or possessed, or something too evil to even imagine.
Gabrielle isn’t planning on any romances, never mind falling in love with her gorgeous cabin building neighbour, Ryan. Bad things seemed to happen to people she loved. It was impossible to resist Ryan, and lunacy to assist Christina, the young girl that was either trapped somehow in Gabrielle's house, or trapped in someone's world. Her sons, friends, Ryan and his daughter, Tess, helps her to save Christina.
I starting writing Forever Ends in 2006 and I finished it in 2012. It's amazing as to how many times life gets in the way. I'm half way done the second book in this series, which I started writing in 2012. My goal is to have it published in 2020. I often wonder if I'll be able to write without Scott being here. I hope his memory will live on in my writing.
I had an interview regarding my novel at Book Talk Radio. Click below to listen.
George passed away suddenly on New Year's Eve of 2020. We were so pleased we survived that year...but I guess we didn't. George will forever be missed.