Sunday, March 18, 2012

Saffron's Big Plan - Sneak Peeks!

Heads up, guys, I just completed the rough draft of my next book, Saffron's Big Plan and Other Stories. It is a collection of four short stories I have co-written with my mom. One of the stories tells the story of one of the minor characters of Sew, It's a Quest. I plan to publish it on June 12, so, watch out! Since it is a collection of short stories, I cannot post the first chapter. However, here is the introduction for each.

Saffron's Big Plan

 Once upon a time there was a princess named Magnolia who was the youngest of 7 sisters. She lived in a land of enchantment that could only be reached by flying there on Eagle's Wings.
 Meanwhile, in another enchanted land, not far from Magnolia's, there lived another princess, also the youngest of seven sisters, named Dandylion. She lived in a land filled with horses.
  However, there was yet another princess, Princess Saffron. Saffron had no sisters, and, as far as anyone knew, no parents, either. Not many people knew that she existed. She lived in a land that was between the horse-lovers and the eagle-lovers, in the Wild Lands.

Tears, Laughter, and Frogs
 Once upon a time, and a very good time it was, though it wasn't in my time or your time, or anyone else's time, there lived a princess who cried all day – but laughed all night! Some said she was enchanted, and while this was probably the case, no one knew for sure.

The Derao
 Lukas stood on the on the rocky Cliff of Steep. The Lake of Deep glistened beautifully in the Valley of Low beneath him. He wished he could still live down there, but he was charged with a serious offense.

The Prior Quest
 Once upon a time, in a land called Bookania, there was a soldier, who was, by trade, a miller. He fought for the Halbrets against the people called the Chin.
 Now, he had been fighting for over ten years, and left behind a wife with a young child of five. He missed them always, and longed for the day that the war would be over and he could return home.
 One night the man was on guard duty when he caught one of the Chins sneaking into the camp.

Oh, and a hearty thank-you to the 126 people who downloaded Sew, It's a Quest yesterday. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it, and please remember to leave a review.

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