What the Faeries Left Behind

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Abigail Watson is having a tough day in a hard week in a rotten month, and don’t even get her started on the year. Until that night when something wonderfully impossible shows up at her door.

An urban fairy tale ‘antidote’ to those times when the dullness and drudgery of grown-up life seems inescapable, and to the misconception that wonder and play are just for children. More

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Words: 18,200
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301984602
About Amber Michelle Cook

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Amber Michelle Cook writes stories of deep, meaningful fun.

Partly raised in Germany, she went to an international school for high-school, majored in linguistics, loves literature and period pieces. She's also a photography/graphic arts artist of color and wonder living in the great Northwest.

In addition to leading improv writing tables, she's one of the team behind National Novel Editing Month and Member Relations Chair of Communications/Marketing for the Northwest Independent Writers Association.

Aside from words and stories, she adores dogs and is fascinated by any and everything aquatic. Especially cephalopods.
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Review by: DefCon One Publishing on March 31, 2014 :
A charming tale about the loss of wonder in our modern world and adult lives. Amber inserts some unexpected twists to add a fresh breath to this classic theme.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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