Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Tuesday Teaser: Vynasha

She hugged her knees to her chest and leaned her cheek against a thick carpet of brown fur. The Beast’s scent wasn’t wholly unpleasant. It shared the same, familiar, musty scent of the dungeons. She was still shuddering from her ordeal with the Prince. She could still see the icy fury in his green eyes and feel his spittle flinging on her face as he roared. Echoes of his despair still seemed to rock the foundations of the castle. But what terrified her most were the other, answering screams of the other beasts in the Dungeon Master’s keep. Her life had been surrounded unnaturally by death, so she had no fear of it. Her deepest fears of leaving this life were breaking the promises she had made to those no longer living. It began with Wynyth, who she crawled up next to on her death bed late in the night. Her mother had looked at her long enough to make her promise to keep trying.

“Promise me you’ll watch over my roses, little one. They need you now. And your sisters and brothers and your father will need you in ways they don’t yet understand,” she had said. Vynasha gasped as tears fell down her cheeks and she lifted a hand to wipe them away. When she turned, the beast had opened one of its golden eyes to watch her.

“I suppose you don’t know what it’s like to cry?” She sighed and clenched her teeth as another shiver, this time from the damp dungeon air. The beast rolled closer until her body was encased in a breathing, musky cushion. She rested her chin on her knees and smiled faintly at the creature that had saved her life. “I wish you could speak. You aren’t as bad as I thought you were. All of the monsters in Ceddrych’s stories always gobble up beautiful maidens. And once I was the most beautiful of my sisters.” She bit her lip and felt more tears brewing in her eyes, but this time made no move to wipe them away. Her scarred skin made her numb to such trivial sensations, after all.

“What you don’t know is that I am the monster that lurks in the shadows. I fear the spark of the flames that scarred me. I am the true beast, but most people don’t know it. It’s my fault they died, you see. If I had been there at the cottage, instead of running off in the woods, I would have put out father’s pipe and dampened the lamps. But I wasn’t,” she gasped and reached to grasp for something comforting. It was a childhood habit, ingrained from being the youngest who they didn’t want left behind. There had been no one to hold onto in more seasons than she could count. 

Sunday, April 28, 2013

'The Magic Warble' Giveaway


For a limited time only, you have the chance to win a FREE copy of Victoria Simcox's illustrated middle-grade (9-13) epic, "The Magic Warble."
It is 267 pgs long, with 1-2 pics per chapter, which means a lot of fun illustration!

To learn more, check out this blurb:

"Twelve-year-old Kristina Kingsly feels like the most unpopular girl in her school. The kids all tease her, and she never seems to fit in. But when Kristina receives an unusual Christmas gift, she suddenly finds herself magically transported to the land of Bernovem, home of dwarfs, gnomes, fairies, talking animals and the evil Queen Sentiz. In Bernovem, Kristina not only fits in, she's honored as "the chosen one," the only one who can release the land from Queen Sentiz's control. But it's not as simple as it seems. To save Bernovem, she must place the gift she was given, the famous "Magic Warble," in its final resting place. She must travel through the deep forest, climb a treacherous mountain, and risk capture by the queen's "zelbocks" before she reaches her destination. Guided by her new fairy friends, Clover and Looper and by Prince Werrien, a teenage boy, and an assortment of other characters, Kristina sets off on a perilous journey that not only tests her strength but her heart."

Victoria was born in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, to an Austrian immigrant mother, and a Dutch immigrant father. She now lives in Western Washington with her husband, Russ and their three children, Toby, Kristina, and William. Her other family members are a Chihuahua, named Pipsy and two cats, named Frodo and Fritz. Besides being an author,
Victoria is a home-schooling mother of twelve years and an elementary school art teacher
of eleven years. In her spare time, Victoria enjoys managing her two older children's Celtic band. She also loves writing, reading, painting watercolors, hiking, good movies, and just simply hanging out with her family and friends.


Victoria Simcox on Twitter: http://twitter.com/VictoriaSimcox

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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Krystal's Enchanting Reads: {Review} Stay by Jennifer Silverwood

Here's another review for "Stay" done by fellow blogger and friend, Krystal of "Krystal's Enchanting Reads." She has one of the coolest blogs around and I love visiting, partly because of the pixie dust cursor! Love her honest thoughts that she shares here.

Also, I picked up the print proof copy of Stay today. I've been going through it unlike when I got the Silver Hollow proof. I learned the error of my ways by now, lol. Anyways, I was going through and marking things like usual until I got about ten pages into the book. I discovered I couldn't stop reading the next chapter. This only happened after I stopped thinking about it like a writer and started reading it for the story. I've never had that happen to something I wrote, so it was fun and a strange experience, lol :)

Krystal's Enchanting Reads: {Review} Stay by Jennifer Silverwood: The Book Stay by Jennifer Silverwood Pages: 210 Genre: New Adult Published: February 13th 2013 Publisher: SilverWood Ske...

Friday, April 26, 2013

Rankings and Acknowledgements

So this is probably breaking some kind of author rule, but I just couldn't help to get excited when I checked out Ohre on Amazon today. As of today we're ranked #1,229 Free in the Kindle Store! I know that may not seem like much, until you calculate just how many books are out there on Amazon. It's over a million and then some. I don't honestly know how many there are. So that's really good news :) We're also #4 in Science Fiction-Short Stories category and #11 in Sci-Fi/Adventure! I was pretty jazzed about that, especially seeing as we're on the same list as a George R. Marting book, lol. So yay! Happy Carlton Dance! I'm obviously not making any money off of this, so I'm not here to gloat like I broke some record. But it just gets me pumped to think that more people are reading the Heaven's Edge series. That's the beauty of novellas is the possibilities are limitless.
Once the free promo days end on Monday, I expect for us to fall back down to a more average, not so shiny number on the boards, lol. But I wanted to share this moment of success with y'all, my friends and fans. Because those numbers are largely due to y'all sharing and spreading the word!
This weekend I get to go to two weddings, of which I feel mixed emotions over. One, because that's a lot of people to hang around and two because a big part of me just wants to come home from work and relax tonight! Ah well, it's always good for us introverted authors to branch out a bit ;p
Have a great weekend everyone!
And don't forget, you can share in the adventures on Heaven's Edge for FREE right now. Click on the picture below to follow the link. :)


    Wednesday, April 24, 2013

    Word to Dreams: New Release! Ohre (Heaven's Edge #2) by Jennifer ...

    Word to Dreams: New Release! Ohre (Heaven's Edge #2) by Jennifer ...: I just found out through a message from author Jennifer Silverwood, that Ohre , her sequel to Qeya was released today, April 24th!  I'm ...

    I love surprises! Tonight I was promoting my newest release, Ohre (Heaven's Edge #2). I was sharing with my online friends who have read the first in the series, because I knew they'd wanna read the latest! And I was messaging my friend, Marni about her blog. I just realized she was a book blogger, and a good one at that! I always feel sheepish when I don't notice those kinds of important things!
    Well anywho, Marni was excited as I was about Ohre, and we were going to schedule something for another time on her calendar.
    But then I got a random tweet from her that included the link above. When I clicked on it I realized she had already given Ohre a spotlight on her blog! I was so giddy and excited and honored, in an "ohmygosh awesome!" way.

    So go and check out Marni's post and her site, and of course, check out Ohre! It's going to be free on Amazon Kindle for the next five days so you won't wanna miss the chance to download a copy. And Qeya is also available for free on Barnes & Noble and Smashwords at the moment. Don't hesitate to add these YA novellas to your collection.

    Only one more day before Friday!

    Lesson of the day, really get to know your readers and Goodreads friends. You know, they may end up being authors or bloggers without your realizing it... ;p

    Wednesday Thoughts

    Tuesday, April 23, 2013

    Tuesday Teaser: Vynasha, a journey...

    She whispered lovingly to her roses one last time, and breathed on the closed petals. For one last, blissful moment she watched them tremble and bloom before her eyes, and then turned to the path ahead. She faced the austere giant mountains covered and skirted by wyld trees. Peaks masked by thick, graying clouds, loomed larger and higher with her every step. Whistleande, with its streams and tamed forests, the smoke stacks from the distant village became smaller in turn. She turned from the only world she had known without looking back, fearing that if she did, the sadness would consume her in memory. Memories were all she had left of her lost loved ones. She might have even convinced herself that strange drizzly day the beggar had wandered into her path, had only been a dream. But if she didn’t leave now, if she didn’t trust her gut this time, she would never find happiness again, either. She would never learn if Ceddrych lived or not.

    Her sack wore on her shoulders the further she plodded up the faded, twisting and narrowing path burrowed in the northerly Wylder Mountains. Snow came to rest thickly over her black wool knit shawl and felt fluffy to touch. Virginal trees, proud and ethereal in their majestic rule above the wyld forest, closed tightly around the path and she knew how easy it would be to get lost if she strayed.

    The winds brought flurries that swirled and ceased as the sun arced over and set below her. She walked until her limbs and chest ached against an invisible weight the higher she gradually ascended. Before it became too much, she set her sack to rest over the path, confident no one else would be coming or going this route. She unrolled the pallet strapped to her back and made camp amid the grass carpeted path.

    Over the following days, she fell into a similarly bleak routine. She barely thought to eat and sleep chose to escape her when the weather nearly froze her limbs. Instead she kept her mind busy playing over the beggar’s words until she awoke thinking of them, when she did snatch slivers of sleep. Suns and moons rose and fell until she began to lose track of time. Only Ceddrych’s letters, which she kept stored away in her satchel and opened before her small fire, beneath a canopy of ancient stars, tied her to the earth and her soul once more. 

    Saturday, April 20, 2013

    Itching for Books - News, Reviews & More!: Blog Tour Sign-up~Armored Hearts by Pauline Creede...

    Itching for Books - News, Reviews & More!: Blog Tour Sign-up~Armored Hearts by Pauline Creede...: I'll be hosting the steampunk novel  Armored Hearts Blog Tour, from June 10th - 14th. See details below: Synopsis via Goodrea...

    Not read a lot of steampunk but this book sounds really cool!

    Friday, April 19, 2013

    New Review of Melissa Wright's "Bound by Prophecy"!

    Bound by Prophecy (Descendants Series, #1)Bound by Prophecy by Melissa Wright
    My rating: 5 of 5 stars

    Melissa Wright's novels never fail to deliver stories that will wrap you up in a world filled with action, romance and magic. Her new series not only lives up to the standard of "The Frey Saga," but surpasses it. Set in the present day urban city of your imagination, the title character, Aern, is just another guy trying to make his way. Except Aern isn't just any ordinary guy. He's a Descendant of a race that has the ability to compel humans to his will. Trouble is, his brother has an extra ability, to compel other Descendants. Aern has to find a way to stop his brother and give his people another chance, even if it means changing the prophecy. Question is, can Aern change the prophecy, or will he discover he is already bound by it? Another gripping, spellbinding read from Melissa Wright.

    View all my reviews

    Catching up Friday!

    I can't believe I forgot to post up a teaser or several things, as a matter of fact. This week has been kind of busy for me, even though the last of my book tours are done for the season. I most likely won't do another one until next year. But I am so happy to have met all of y'all! And now I have a whole knew world of blogger and reader and mustn't forget author friends ;p

    This post is going to be fairly eclectic, to commemorate my psychotic week, lol. Here's a few things that sum it up with or without words! 

    Now that that's been done and did ;p I'm signing off! Everyone have an awesome weekend! 

    Tuesday, April 16, 2013

    Black Lion Book Tours: Tour Wrap Up and Giveaway Winners: Stay by Jennife...

    Black Lion Book Tours: Tour Wrap Up and Giveaway Winners: Stay by Jennife...: Noooo! We have to say goodbye to Jennifer! It was awesome having you with us these days! You missed this Blast? check what &quot...

    It's the last stop in the Stay book blast with Black Lion Tours. Rhomy, the awesome chica who runs this company, has been simply fantabulous! Not every tour host emails you individually reminding you of the latest posts! So thank you so much Rhomy, and all the loverly ladies who hosted me this last ween and a half. It's been a great experience, and I'm so happy to share these five copies with the lucky winners of Stay!

    Now it's on to the next stream of projects, lol. I won't be participating in another tour this year, most likely. But y'all may see me on a blog or two about different novels. This year is shaping up to be pretty busy and filled with many new stories that I hope y'all can sink your teeth into!

    Sunday, April 14, 2013

    Books, Books and More Books: Interview with Jennifer Silverwood

    Books, Books and More Books: Interview with Jennifer Silverwood: I recently had the pleasure of reading Stay by Jennifer Silverwood, author of this fantastic book as well as Silver Hollow and th...

    So happy to share a new interview with y'all between me and Sharon of "Books, Books and More Books" fame! She's just starting out on her blog, so be sure to visit her place and join to show your support! She has such a gift for writing and critiquing herself. You'll see what I mean when you visit her blog :)

    Saturday, April 13, 2013

    Beautiful Writing

    For a few years now, I've been collecting certain book passages in my journals, when I find delicious gems. Jean M. Auel, author of the "Earth's Children" series, is one such author, who always gives me a plethora of brilliance. 


    Her descriptions can sometimes be overwhelming  but she does such an amazing job of sucking you into her world that you can't help but read more to see, taste and feel it. Here's a glimpse from my latest of her novels, "The Plains of Passage." 

    "In the light of a moon that lacked only a sliver from being full, the monstrous bastion of ice glowed with an eerie, evanescent light. The black sky was hazy with stars, the air brittle and crackling with cold; an amorphous ether charged with a life of its own."

    It doesn't get much better than that! Someday, I hope I can aspire to that kind of richness in my own writing. :) Have a fun and awesome Saturday, peeps! I'm off to work on revision projects. :)

    Friday, April 12, 2013

    Books, Books and More Books: Stay - Jennifer Silverwood - Review

    As an Indie authoress, and a newbie at this whole process in a nutshell, I've learned the best attitude to this business is humility. Nobody has time for a pompous jerk, or cares to get to know one. And the most important quality an Indie needs is just that, getting to know your fans. I've been so very honored to experience these back-to-back blog tours for Silver Hollow and the blast for "Stay."
    Craziest moment for me was to find that a post I'd written on the origins of the characters' names ended up being the most discussed and popular, lol. Goes to show you never know what's going to intrigue people until you put yourself out there.
    Anytime I'm tempted to take credit for my own merit, I just remember this verse that says: "What do you have that God hasn't given you? And if all you have is from God, why boast as though you have accomplished something on your own?"- 1 corinthians 4:7
    It's a true story! And I'm reminded that those special fits of inspiration, those moments where even a newbie like me somehow transcends the usual run-of-the-mill drabble, when I hear from readers who care enough to review my books.
    Lately I signed up for the New Adult Book Club on Goodreads' R&R program. It's really stinkin' awesome. You sign up and you get the chance to read someone's book for free, long as you post your review somewhere plus Goodreads. Stay ended up being more popular that I was prepared for. And this latest review, from a British reader, literally left me humbled, speechless and slightly cowed, haha. Have a gander and be amazed at her own gift of critical prose:

    Books, Books and More Books: Stay - Jennifer Silverwood - Review: STAY - JENNIFER SILVERWOOD I received this brilliant book from Jennifer Silverwood as part of a read it-review it. I had not had ...

    Now you've read her post, you should most definitely read the novel, right? Great! ;p

    Wednesday, April 10, 2013

    Derrolyn Anderson's "Athena Effect" Series International Giveaway!

    I don't normally host cover reveals and giveaways, but today we're making a big exception! My author friend, Derrolyn Anderson is wanting to spread the word about her fascinating, pulse-pounding sequel to the YA Paranormal Romance novel, "The Athena Effect," titled: "The Mackenzie Legacy." Having devoured the first book in a matter of hours, I can attest to the quality of Derrolyn's prose. This is an author to watch, peeps! 

    My Review of "The Athena Effect"

    “Athena” effects more than the usual YA/NA novel elicits. Not only does it have the usual helping of Anderson’s signature intrigue, romance and sense of wonder. But it dares to delve deeper into the morally ambiguous and the depths of human emotion. It also manages to do this while being a blast to read. A stellar improvement from Anderson that shines even brighter than her “Marina Tales,” I recommend this book to anyone looking for something meatier and grittier than they have dared to go before. 

    The Mackenzie Legacy Blurb:
    As their story continues, Calvin and Caledonia find themselves madly in love, on the run, and nearly out of money. When Cal stumbles upon a way to cash in on Cali’s powers, their life on the road becomes a life of leisure. Despite the easy money and new-found luxury, Caledonia’s conscience begins to trouble her.
    A disturbing warning only serves to confirm her misgivings, making her question her purpose in life. Finally, a shocking discovery about the true nature of her powers points the way forward, sending the two Cals on a dangerous rescue mission.
    Caledonia tries her best to right the wrongs of the past, but will she only end up provoking new and even more dangerous enemies?

    (Be on the lookout for my personal review of this latest installment soon!)

    To commemorate the newly published sequel, "The Mackenzie Legacy," Derrolyn has graciously allowed me to host an international giveaway for both Ebook copies + a charm bracelet as the grand prize. 

    The lucky winners will receive Smashwords codes to download copies. And one  of you will soon be wearing this bracelet on your wrist. It is approximately 9" antique gold-tone metal, with assorted charms and a lobster-claw enclosure.

     You may think this is just like any old charm bracelet, but you'd be wrong in that assumption. Because the author hand-crafted this based on the series. How kick ace cool is that??

    So what are you sitting there just staring at that charm bracelet for? Hurry and sign up for the giveaway and spread the word!

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    Tuesday, April 9, 2013

    Tuesday Teaser!

    Adi was calling out in our native tongue now, something the Royals never bothered to learn, but I ignored her. My hands caught Qeya just before she collapsed onto the sand and I gathered her up. “Are you ill?” I asked her, already knowing the answer and cursing myself for being so greedy with her gift.
    She should have sucked the life out of me.
    “No, I will recover. It just took more out of me than I expected,” she replied.
    Her eyes still glowed faintly when they rose to meet mine. Against the light of the moon she seemed ethereal and unattainable as the time I first saw her. I tried to speak but the words caught in my throat and I stared at her lips and remembered how soft they were. I remember what she tasted like, the salt waters of home world and the flower she was named after. It suited her, to be named after one of the most beautiful and poisonous flowers on our world. Because she made me not think like a miner, but like the wild sea creature I had been before.
    “Promise me something,” she whispered and drew my gaze back to hers.
    I nodded. She could have asked anything and I would have said yes, even if that meant cutting my own hand or clogging my gills. Her fingers pressed to my neck, grazed over the slits that allowed me to breathe under water with ease and I shuddered.
    “Don’t send me back to the village yet. Let me stay with you and Adi for a few more days. I want to see if there is anything worth salvaging inside the Pioneer.”
    I frowned, imagining not only the trouble Adi was going to give me for this, but the Royal King, her brother. But I felt a sick satisfaction when I thought of Tamn, the blood-letting Royal that Qeya chose over me. I could never forget when she ran to his arms that day in the Nuki’s village. It was the last day I ever set foot in Nukvar valley.
    Only a Hunan addicted to his own torture would have said yes to her request.

    Monday, April 8, 2013

    Black Lion Book Tours: Book Blast: STAY by Jennifer Silverwood.

    Black Lion Book Tours: Book Blast: STAY by Jennifer Silverwood.: STAY by Jennifer Silverwood. Book Synopsis ​ ​ Sometimes, love isn’t as magical as people expect it to be… Rona b...
    New Book Blast for my paranormal romance, New Adult novel, "Stay." Come check it out! And spread the word about this giveaway!

    Wednesday, April 3, 2013

    Bookgirl Knitting: The Eclectic Book Blog: Silver Hollow Virtual Book Tour and Giveaway

    Bookgirl Knitting: The Eclectic Book Blog: Silver Hollow Virtual Book Tour and Giveaway: Silver Hollow Jennifer Silverwood Genre: Paranormal Romance/ Fantasy Romance/ Chick-lit Publisher: SilverWoodSketches ISB...

    Check out my ramblings on the romance happening in Silver Hollow! Team Emrys VS Team Dearg! Who do you ship for? Read to decide!

    Bookgirl Knitting: The Eclectic Book Blog: Silver Hollow Virtual Book Tour and Giveaway

    Bookgirl Knitting: The Eclectic Book Blog: Silver Hollow Virtual Book Tour and Giveaway: Silver Hollow Jennifer Silverwood Genre: Paranormal Romance/ Fantasy Romance/ Chick-lit Publisher: SilverWoodSketches ISBN...

    Tuesday, April 2, 2013

    Teaser Tuesday!


    He let go of her hand then, leaving her to stand awkwardly behind while he rummaged around in the smaller trunk beside the washbasin. Vynasha saw the blood on her palm was still there, only now it was tainted by an even thicker, blue liquid. She narrowed her eyes on his back, where the fabric was stained darkly and wet against his skin and said, “You’re bleeding.”
    He shifted, as though eager, but hesitant to turn and face her. She closed the distance and reached past him for a passably clean rag in his trunk. It was hard to tell if the water was clear or not, but she didn’t have the power he did.
    “Sit over here so I can reach you,” she rasped.
    “I’m fine,” he said, brushing her hands aside. “We don’t have time for this. You cannot tarry another day in this hellhole. I’ll not watch your soul be sucked from your body until you’re boneless, you little fool.”
    “I know, but I can’t just leave you like this when I know you won’t let anyone else help, you stubborn bear!”
    His gray skin darkened to an unexpected, almost purple hue as his mouth worked silently in consternation. At last he burst out, “I do not need any of your bleeding mothering!”
    She slapped him on the face before she could reign herself in, leaving a red handprint on his face. His outrage was fully replaced by shock and he made no protest when she pushed him down onto the furs.
    She shook her head, angry for having let him affect her so. “Did you have trouble with one of the beasts?” she said, in an attempt to ease the tension between them. This was not made easier after she pulled her dagger from under her skirts and cut his shirt away from his back. Every rip and tear seemed louder to her ears than it should, and she was not prepared for the heavy claw marks the fabric unveiled.
    A single dark eyebrow arched dramatically when she knelt beside him, to further inspect the damage. “Why do you look so shocked, Ashes? I do bleed when injured. I may not be as frail as a human but I’m not immune.”
    She bit her lip as she studied the deep teeth marks in his hand. “You shouldn’t handle them alone like that. It’s amazing you haven’t been eaten before.” She tore a few strips of fabric from her dress and dipped it in the nearby basin, before returning to catch the scratches on his neck. She glanced at her bloody handprint on his face and cringed, telling herself she would clean it up last.
    “You could, ah, help with that, you know,” he said in a strange, heated tone.
    “What are you mumbling about? You’re obviously not in any state to aid me, if you’re this delusional.”
    “I should have known my pride would keep her from actually hearing me,” he whispered to himself. He shook his head and tilted his head back with a laugh. He eyed her wryly and added, “For that I am sorry, but it wasn’t as if I wanted you to be the chosen one, not when we were all at last quite content in our misery, you see. But I must tell you now, I suppose. You can’t leave without knowing.”
    “Knowing what?” she cried as she slapped the rag back into the basin and wrung it out fiercely. “You and the Prince talk as if I already have the answers. Speak plainly, or I will take my chances without your aid, Grendall.”
    He flinched when she steadied his head with a firm grip of his jaw and pressed her thumb into the slight cleft in his chin. She was surprised to feel so many unnoticeable scars beneath her touch, and wondered how she could have missed them before.
    “This land is cursed, Vynasha, it has been for half an age now.”
    She shivered. Somehow it seemed more real when he said it. “Wyvar’s stories,” she breathed.
    “Are true, yes,” he grimly replied. “Curses don’t simply wither away to nothing. You have to understand, and I know that may be difficult for you, but you are the first to pass all of the Prince’s tests and survive.”
    “What do you mean, survive?” she asked in a small voice.
    He hissed when she pressed a little too hard against a deeper gash over his left shoulder blade, “Watch where you put that bedeviled thing!”
    Vynasha sighed heavily, but refocused her attentions to his back. “How did you injure yourself, anyway?”
    “I already told you,” he keened when she hit a particularly tender spot, “the beasts…”
    “No, that is what I said. What did you do to injure yourself? All the other times I’ve been with you, you were never scratched up this badly. And I didn’t even know you could bleed. How was I supposed to know you could? For all I know, you’re a ghost like the rest of them.”
    He reached over his shoulder to snatch her wrist and dug his fingers against the fragile bone, showing just how easily he could snap it. “I am alive. That is curse enough.” He flinched and loosened his grip when she pressed a hand to his wound. 

    Monday, April 1, 2013

    Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer: Sidhe, Freargde and Unseelie, oh my!

    Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer: Sidhe, Freargde and Unseelie, oh my!: It’s difficult to fit so much history and magical creatures and well, general exposition, in three hundred pages. If I’d left nothing ou...

    Learn about the magic and history of Silver Hollow!