Dec 07, 2016
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In this international collection, new life is given to fairy tales, both classic and obscure.
Mythical creatures put the fairy in Fairy Tale. Mermaids, selkies, and ocean guardians experience the best and worst of humanity; sisters encounter an unusually friendly bear; a brave bride meets a silly goose; and a spinner of gold sets the record straight.
Urban fantasies modernize classics: a Frenchman learns the truth about magic, his past, and his girlfriend; a girl sets out to find love but receives a curse; and today’s naughty list makes Old Saint Nick not-so-jolly.
New worlds bring a fresh sense of wonder! In the future, a young woman fights for her people and herself; a bastard son finds acceptance in a world ruled by women; and a farmer’s wits win the heart of a frosty king.
Discover unexpected twists on old favorites, and fall in love with new tales and worlds to explore!
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July 26, 2016
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“The stranger hadn’t moved from where she’d left him, not that she’d expected him to, but his chest rattled every now and then, evidence of life that scared her as much as soothed her.”
When Bernadette Laurent suffers another loss in her life, she abandons humanity and moves to the island that her father left her. There she finds the solitude she hoped for. For awhile.
One day when a storm rolls in, a lifeboat washes upon her shore, destroying her island sanctuary. In it, Bernadette finds more than she bargains for, including a ticket home, if she is brave enough to take it.
February 29, 2016 for Kindle ebook
Amazon: Finding Home
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Emma Chesworth is a happy wife to an NFL player. But that all changes in one moment when her husband unexpectedly asks for a divorce. As she leaves the home she spent with him for the last seven years with her four-year-old daughter, she must strike out and figure out how to live on her own and create her own life as a single mother.
When she finds a dilapidated, Victorian home in need of some TLC, she sees in it a chance to create a new life for her and her daughter. Instead what she finds is an attic full of junk–junk that may hold the key to repairing her relationship with her ex-husband.
The Way Back: Short tales of heroism, bravery, courage, and finding the way home.
“Finding Home” by Kelsie Engen
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