Leaving a lonely existence on the mythical island of Penglai, young immortal Amira enters the mortal world and struggles to understand and trust others. Are they befriending her because they need her help, or because of her beauty, or do they truly care for her? Can she trust and love a young mortal man, or is he deceiving her? Caught in a battle between well-organized bandits and the residents of a peaceful valley, she ultimately must decide if she’s willing to risk her own destruction to save those who’ve befriended her.
Amira, Immortal Daughter from Penglai, the young adult fantasy novel by Lon Dee, is available from Amazon.com and Amazon UK.
Rhyn, a Wolleni depressed over the death in childbirth of his beloved half-Tslyddi wife, is ordered by the king to marry his wife’s sister. But Eva becomes jealous of Rhyn’s children and plots to turn them into swans. The spell goes awry; the children are only partially transformed. Worse, they must spend 900 years in their new shapes, and they may never be normal again. But at least they can still sing.
Based on an Irish tragedy, SwanSong is the story of how Neeve, Kennet, Corwin and Kyl cope with their transformed bodies in a world where magic is dying.
14-year old Farrah Fancycracker hates her life. Although she lives in Fairyland, the most wondrous place in the universe, her talents have been wasted.
Everything changes after a vicious attack from the Cornuto creatures. Having unexpectedly discovered that she is in fact a Tuttatti fairy, the most powerful fairy in Fairyland, the fate of the land now rests in the hands of Farrah. Will Farrah seize this opportunity to show Fairyland just how powerful she really is?
Farrah in Fairyland, the young adult fantasy novel by B.R. Stranges, is available from Amazon.com.
2012 Global Ebook Award Finalist! Based on the Irish tale of “The Fate of the Children of Lir,” SwanSongis the story of a jealous half-Tslyddi woman who curses her four Wolleni stepchildren to 900 years as swans. But the curse goes awry and the children are only partially transformed. Worse, they must spend 900 years in their new shapes, in ever more wild and isolated places — and they have no guarantee they will ever be normal again. SwanSong tells how Neeve, Kennet, Corwin and Kyl cope with their transformed bodies in a land where magic is dying.