Welcome to Fairy Tale Fusion. Where things get messy in the Riding Hood.
What if the characters in Fairy Tales existed? What if they lived and breathed in a place called Fairyland, a setting not too divergent from our world, situated next to Wonderland and down the lane from Camelot?
Meet Detective Piper, member of the Fairyland Metro Police. His job, to ferret out the suspects and investigate crime on the streets and in the lanes of Fairyland. Along with Officer Simon, he’s hard at work, searching for a missing pumpkin, hunting for an arsonist, wondering what the future holds in a series of crystal ball robberies, and dealing with spells, curses and other strange happenings.
His cases, and others like them, are the headlines of the day, brought to you by FTN news anchors Spider Bramble and Aurora Gossamer, with entertainment correspondent Lucinda Lovedust and reporter Chip Charming. Keep up-to-date on the latest information out of Fairyland and its adjacent suburbs, and the recent hubbub with trolls, princesses, fairies and their ilk.
And after leaving Fairyland, you’ll journey to a place where toys are born… to be bad. When spells go wrong and playthings turn mean, where clown dolls would kill to meet you and a Rubik’s cube holds a cosmic secret.
If you survive the toy box, then head out to party with some elves (if you can outlast the celebration), battle in a far, far away galaxy, play “find the dragon”, and discover how they do crime and punishment in Oz.
And remember, always be nice to your Fairy Godmother.
Author Bio: A. F. Stewart was born and raised in Nova Scotia, Canada, and still calls it home. The youngest in a family of seven children, she has always had an overly creative mind and an active imagination. She is fond of good books (especially science fiction/fantasy), action movies, sword collecting, and oil painting as a hobby. Ms. Stewart is an indie author with several published novellas and story collections in the dark fantasy or horror genres, with a few side trips into poetry and non-fiction. She has a great interest in history and mythology, often working those themes into her books and stories.
Here’s the link to the book page with the release date and an excerpt. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/356889
The book will be available soon for pre-orders on Kobo, Barnes and Noble and iTunes.
It looks great. Thanks for being a part of this.
My pleasure, Anita. It took me ages to figure out how to post the photo and when it finally worked, appearing at the end, I thought , “That’s no good. I want it at the beginning.” I think it looks great with the photo at both ends. 🙂
WordPress can be a bit tricky, and it does look lovely with the two photos.
What a great concept for a novel – its sounds whimsical and intriguing!