-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.
The third book of the Fairies of Carlow series will be available for FREE in eBook format, starting August 8, 2020!
Go to Amazon.com and enter my name (Sonja Danielson) in the search box. This will give you all the titles that are available in my book catalog. You can also use the direct links in the left margin of this website to go directly to this title.
This story focuses on one of Carlow’s royal princesses, who is chafing under the restrictions placed on her by the king. He wants to protect his family from the continual marauding of the dreaded Red Caps. They are able to breach the magical border of the kingdom, despite new restrictions on entering or exiting the kingdom. They were first able to enter the kingdom with help from gnome technology.
The gnomes have since made amends and are working to re-establish their friendly relationship with the fairies, but the Red Caps continue to progress the initial technology.
In a fit of pique, she flies from her suite of rooms and punches through the forcefield that protects the palace. She wants only to have a brief respite from all the rules. Unfortunately, she doesn’t see the horse and rider barreling through the rainy night until they are upon her. When she awakens from the accident, she is asleep in a strange cottage with absolutely no idea who she is or why she was out in the weather without cloak, boots, or bonnet. Now, she must learn how to live life as a commoner.
As a writer, you will spend a lot of time with your characters, so you should really like them. Most stories take multiple rewrites and if you get tired of your characters, so will your readers.
I love Guinness the Therapy Dog and it is fun to write about him during all his adventures. I equally loved each of the fairy princesses in The Fairies of Carlow series and their handsome princes (and one particularly handsome farmer).
I hope you have the chance to read all of The Fairies of Carlow books. I think you will enjoy each of them. Sonja