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Down and out, Maven Morrigan is ready to give up what’s left of her self-esteem for a cup of coffee when her last chance to redeem her life comes as a job offer to be a fairy godmother. But Faery is shrinking, the other fairy godmothers have disappeared, and nothing she does turns out right. How can she put together the happily ever after each of her clients wants with her boss standing in her way?
MAVEN FAIRY GODMOTHER: THROUGH THE VEIL is fast, fun read that shows that none of us is ever old enough to know better as we try to wish for we think what will make us happy.
Five short stories:
An anthropologist fails to head the Mothers’ warning.
A crone takes on her first task.
A cat learns the price of being fed by the fae.
A genie finds that granting a wish can be dangerous.
A fool, a full moon, a festival and a fiddler encounter the magic in the music in the mountains.
The arcane in the mundane.
Maven fractues three more stories in this anthology.
The grass is just as complicated on the other side of the gender fence in “Mavenstiltskin”.
Finding a true love for her best friend and Troll Grizelda is complicated when Fiona takes Maven’s wand and sends her to Mundane in “Bubba and the Beast.”
Her favorie spell backfires, turning Maven into a frog who must face a mother’s wrath to find a happy ending and to stop being short, green and slimy herself in “Fairy Frogmother.”
A ten-piece bucket of Southern Fried Flash Fiction.
- Walking off Heaven’s Shore: Washed in the flood of knowing
- Intervention: Mothers and daughters–can it ever work?
- Turning Point: Friday morning, a cup of coffee, a decision
- Pachelbel’s Canyons: Mall Markswoman Maintains Muzak Manifested Mayhem
- Walk the Dog: Who’s holding which end of the leash?
- The Fire Inside: Can he stand the heat?
- Kitchen Witchery: The art of female bonding across generations
- Swamp of the Soul: You only see the snakes if you look for them.
- Storm Front: Revenge served cold is slippery when wet.
- The last time I Dated a Serial Killer: A literate man is hard to find.
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