Bluebell The Fairy Guide

Rated 5.00/5 based on 6 reviews
Every time a child gets lost in the woods, the fairies help them find the right path home; being careful not to let any grown ups see them, of course. But when Bluebell the fairy comes across a blind girl lost in the woods, she has a new challenge on her hands. More

Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html

First 20% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader
Words: 1,160
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476488363
About Victoria Zigler

My name is Victoria, but most of my friends and family call me Tori. Feel free to do the same.

Born in the shadow of the black mountains in Wales, I now live by the sea in the south-east of England with my husband, Kelly, a degu named Joshua, a pair of chinchillas named Mollie and Maizie, and a West Highland White Terrier named Lilie.

Having battled with glaucoma since birth, I now find myself completely blind.  But I didn't let that stop me from chasing the dream I've had since I was a young child: the dream of being a published author.  I've loved to read and write since I learned how, and always wanted to get my work published.  Finally, in 2012, I made that dream come true by self-publishing eBooks via Smashwords. Three years later, I began using CreateSpace to make my books available in print.  So now I'm a published author of children's fiction, as well as a couple of poetry collections; all of which are available in multiple eBook formats, and as paperback books.

Reading and writing remain my favourite things to do, apart from spending time with my husband, and our rodent gang, of course. I also enjoy doing crafts (such as card making and knitting). Plus, I dabble in things like roleplaying games (such as Dungeons And Dragons) and figure games (such as BattleTech and Monsterpocalypse) from time to time, and enjoy watching movies and TV shows as well as listening to music. On top of that, I have an interest in history, especially stone age and Egyptian history, and in space exploration. I also love almost anything to do with animals and nature. I have to say "almost" because I'm not too keen on spiders and creepy crawly things, though can pretend they don't exist if they don't come too close to me. My favourite animals are cats, dogs, rodents and horses, though I generally get all soppy over just about any four-legged animal; especially young ones. That love of animals was a huge factor in my choice to become a vegetarian, as it's hard to enjoy a meal when you feel sorry for it.

Personality wise I’d describe myself as a combination of Hermione and Luna from the Harry Potter books; Hermione’s thirst for knowledge and love of books, combined with Luna’s wandering mind and alternative way of looking at the world. A couple of people have agreed with that description of me, so I feel I'm justified in using it.

Also by This Author

Readers of This Book Also Read


Review by: Michelle Cornwell-Jordan on March 30, 2015 :
BlueBell The Fairy Guide proved to be very entertaining, even as an adult I enjoyed the small Fairy's plight in guiding a young blind girl home.

I believe that the author handled the topic of differences and physical challenges well, while creating a fun and adventurous story for the young and the young at heart!

Well written and with a style all her own! Ms. Zigler once again tugs at the reader's heart strings as she once creates a world of innocence and beauty!
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)

Review by: Unicorn Productions on Aug. 25, 2014 :
a short, lovely fairy tale with a blind girl... because faeries love children, and I do believe in them even if I'm a grownup!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Karl Mousley on Sep. 06, 2012 :
I could hear the bluebells ring...
(reviewed 56 days after purchase)

Review by: Karen Portman on Sep. 06, 2012 :
What a lovely little story. Well done Victoria xxx
(reviewed 50 days after purchase)

Review by: muriel rowe on Aug. 07, 2012 :
Fantastic little story again you are so very good telling story's , ( top rating )
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)

Review by: Betty White on July 15, 2012 :
I loved this book. A wonderful story.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Print Edition

Report this book