-and to celebrate, I’m having The Fairies of Carlow: The Outsider ebook listed for FREE!
Go to amazon.com (or go to the left margin of this website for the direct link) and get your FREE COPY!
Help me celebrate by day by reading all about Princess Fruhlingsmorgen–oops, she likes to be called Morgen–and her engagement to the Crown Prince of Carlow.
Will she find happiness?
Perhaps, but there a many obstacles she must surmount.
Not only will you learn about Princess Morgen, but there is new fairy magic to discover. Not to mention the dastardly Red Caps. They’ll likely want to ruin any chance at happiness by the royal family of Carlow.
I think Morgen is up to the challenges. She’s a feisty fairy, and one who has nothing to lose as she learns to love her handsome prince.
I have several favorite mugs. This one reminds me to be optimistic-such as now when I get daily rejections as I search for an agent.
It’s difficult sometimes.
My other favorite statement mugs remind me about my goals for writing (draw out emotions and help the reader live the plot)–and lists insults penned by Shakepeare (or whoever wrote those plays).
Of course, I much prefer to use my pretty teacups.
I have several teacups-all dainty. They help me get into an historical mood. Right now my evil twin is writing books based in the Regency and Medieval eras. These aren’t meant for kids, but for their moms.
What do you use to remind yourself to see the happier side of life?
Let me know. Sonja
P.S. Don’t forget to get your copy of Guinness Become a Therapy Dog at special prices- if you’re in the UK!
The FREE ebook of The Fairies of Carlow: The Commoner is going away soon.
Go to amazon.com and search for my name (Sonja Danielson) to get access to my entire book catalog.
While this book, and all my books, are available in both ebook and paperback, this special pricing (FREE!) is for the ebook only.
The ebook is in Kindle format. The app for Kindle is available over all platforms. Go to your app store (Android or Apple) to download it. Then you can read The Fairies of Carlow: The Commoner anywhere!
My crazy metal chicken is super excited that it’s the weekend!
How about you?
To celebrate the end of the work week, the ebook of Book 3 of The Fairies of Carlow is now FREE! You can find it on amazon.com. Search for my name (Sonja Danielson) in the search bar on the Amazon homepage, or use the direct link for The Commoner in the left margin of this website.
I announced this FREE ebook promo two days ago on this website and on my Instagram page (@ author_sonja_baker).
The Fairies of Carlow: The Commoner tells the story of Princess Cecilia as she runs away from the castle and loses her memory. While not knowing who she is, or the danger that awaits her and the kingdom, she becomes part of a family–a common family that farms the rich soil of the kingdom of Carlow.
She learns a lot from them, more than she would have from her royal tutors and the professors at Longford Academy.
I hope you enjoy this story! Check out books 1 and 2 to learn more about these amazing fairies and the kingdom in which they live. Sonja
Today is the final day to get your FREE ebook of The Gilding, the first book in The Fairies of Carlow book series.
This series is comprised of middle-grade books. There are chapters, a complex plot, but the subject matter is appropriate for those as young as 3rd grade. I have received comments from all age groups about how enjoyable these books are-so while they are categorized as children’s books, they resonate with adults, too.
You can follow the link on this website (in the left margin) or enter my name into the search bar of Amazon.com to find this book. The price will be automatically adjusted to FREE no matter how you get there.
The Voyage: A Story of the Wing Family and Its Migration from England to the American Colonies was on sale in celebration of the U.S. Independence Day. I hope you were able to get your free ebook!
The Voyage tells the story of John Wing as he grows up in England and attends Oxford University. As the monarchy changed England’s religious views, he searched throughout Europe for a place to give him the freedom to preach his way.
After traveling and preaching in several European locales, he decided to take his large family to the American colonies–to Plymouth Settlement. He died without realizing this dream, but his widow and sons did arrive and eventually helped found Sandwich, Massachusetts.
The Voyage is an easy-reader and illustrated by the same artist who does the Guinness the Therapy Dog series You can search for the book using my name in the Amazon search bar, or use the quick links on the left side of this website.