R.W. Foster


R.W. Foster manages to keep the Veil of Logic from wrapping around her. Raised in the desert, she now lives in the Upper Midwest where she not only spins tales, but also writes an environmentally oriented blog.


Caron's Egg
Series: Holidays Beyond the Veil, Book 2. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 12,910. Language: American English. Published: March 20, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Holiday » Adventure, Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
The most long lived Easter Bunny to date, Caron's mind and body are constantly on the move. He seeks to prove that the ominous Veil of Logic, a threat to everything he holds dear, can be damaged. He is eager to do his part in the fight against the Veil, but will this easily distracted Easter Bunny find his place in that fight, or will his fun-loving nature simply cause more problems for everyone?

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Smashwords book reviews by R.W. Foster

  • A Mermaid for Christmas on Dec. 15, 2013

    I've always said that I'm not one for cute stories, but this work has shown me that I do have a thing for *mind-bogglingly* cute stories. At least when they're well written. With mermaids. And Santa. Seriously, Chase is brilliant, and you don't want to pass up a chance to read this story.
  • Tales of Aria: The Legend of Damiano's Disk on April 18, 2014

    I loved this one! I was transported into a realm so vivid, with magical laws so structured, that I was able to imagine myself as a character within the story, hurling orbs of fire at ferocious creatures, while embarking upon the quest to save the people of Aria. I'll happily read the sequel once it's out!
  • Fierce Winds and Fiery Dragons (Dusky Hollows: Book 1) on May 10, 2014

    I hatched and protected a dragon, was nearly bird food, and saved a princess. At least, it *felt* like I did these things after reading Fierce Winds and Fiery Dragons. Nan Sweet produced a YA fantasy that was hard to put down. As someone that worked in school libraries and often recommended titles to students, this is one that I would have suggested to several of them - of various ages. I'm excited about reading the second installment in this series, and I hope that she publishes a third sometime soon!