"Since I can remember, my eyes have always grown big at tales of the marvelous."
L. Frank Baum
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I think anyone who’s around this blog even occasionally knows that I love retold fairy tales. There are so many fascinating and strange elements to fairy tales that modern authors can play around with. So what’s not to love in … Continue reading
Long-time readers may remember that for NaNo 2011, I wrote the first draft of a novel based around the fairy tale of The Twelve Dancing Princesses (or The Shoes That Were Worn to Pieces). I’ve finally completed a revision of … Continue reading
I’ve been reading my way through Mercedes Lackey’s 500 Kingdom series, and I keep meaning to review each book…but I reviews piled up and I haven’t got to them. So I thought maybe I’d better review the series on a … Continue reading
Just a quick update tonight. I am well and truly into Part Two of the novel now. As hazy as some aspects of Part One were, Part Two is even more so. Things are starting to come together–or spiral all … Continue reading