Monday, June 28, 2021
This weekend, after a two-year run, I posted the final episode of The Delta Pearl, my latest blog serial. It seems fitting somehow, that Teri Polen also posted her review of the novel version of one of my past serials, Thistledown — Midsummer Bedlam. I’m excited to see this whimsical tale of faeries get new life. Teri got the book before I changed the cover. Whichever cover you see, it is the same story.
Thistledown ― Midsummer Bedlam is a wildly whimsical tale of faeries. It was originally written for a grownup audience, but it is suitable for children ages eight and over. Thistledown is a world of color and light. It has faeries, hummingbirds, and ancient books of magic. Bedlam Thunder is a misfit faery who is afraid […]
LINK BELOWThistledown – Midsummer Bedlam by Teagan Riordain Geneviene #bookreview #folktales #myths — Books and Such
For those who weren’t following back then, have a bit of fun by finding your faery name.
Or if that’s too sugary for you, maybe you’d rather have a “scary faery” name. On either chart, use the first letter of your first name for your faery first-name. Use your month of birth for your faery last name.
Depending on my mood, I’m either Fleur Rainbow, or Snoot Thunder.
I hope you’ll click over and visit Teri’s post. Comments are closed here. Here’s the link again.
If none of that put any “lift in your wings” then check out this fabulously funny post and video from “Catseye Glimmer” aka Tim Price.
Hugs on the wing!