Author Spotlight – Lorraine Lewis

Lorraine is a blind Author. She writes poetry, short stories and maintains a blog. She swears that she was born holding a pen. We have had Lorraine now in two of our anthologies, Fae Dreams and Faery Playground.

Lorraine is based in the UK where she lives with her husband and a rough collie she has named hope. Wheelchair bound, Lorraine is limited to what she is capable of. What she writes is amazing. Her blog, is fun and enjoyable to read.

Meet the creatives – Fae Dreams

We are nearly there! Fae Dreams releases tomorrow. There is still time to get the preorder price. preorder your copy today!

Teasing Fae Dreams

each of the authors/poets have such a delightful way of expression. the teasers above are a quote from each piece.

calendar changes

The Fae have been busy prepping for Halloween. With four releases we found that we were not giving our all to all four volumes. So it was decided to delay Fae Dreams by a week. So that we can tell you more about it, and give it a fair exposure. We feel like it will be something overlooked otherwise. So we will party on Halloween for Nightmare Whispers and then the following week we will expose the Dreams of the Fae for everyone to be inspired by.

Until then you can still preorder Fae Dreams.

Meet The Author Stephen Odalayo Oladokun

meet the author Thomas Elson

Meet the Author Guna Moran

Off Schedule Sunday

So y’all tired of my posts yet? Man, I hope not. I decided that since it is Sunday… I would be a wee bit bad and take a break. I mentioned in the last post a drawing for a free ebook for the newsletter subscribers. I asked KT and she did me a graphic to show the options. I will return tomorrow with more from the meet the author selection.

Fae Dreams Deedra Nichole

Meet the Author Walid Abdallah

Walid Abdallah is an Egyptian poet and author. He is a visiting professor of English language and literature in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Germany and the USA, his poetry includes “Go Ye Moon”, ” Dream” and “My heart still beats” And has several translated poems which won prestigious prizes in the USA like “Cause”, “Egypt’s Grief”, and “Strangers’ Cross”, his books include Shout of Silence, Escape to the Realm of Imagination, and Man Domination and Woman Emancipation.

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