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Jan.18.2014
Ever wondered how broomsticks fly – find out in this magical story.   About the book: Mischief and magic abound when the two wicked witches of the magical forest, Badlot Barbara and Rotten Rena, decide to open up their very own broomstick shop in the middle of the forest. Of course witches...
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Jan.16.2014
A magical story. About the book: In this magical story from the ever-popular Treebob series, Rotten Rena, the wicked witch of the enchanted forest, comes up with yet another mad scheme involving one of her very own magical potions. Of course since Rotten Rena isn't the cleverest of witches it...
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Jan.14.2014
Magic and mayhem in the Enchanted Forest. About the book:  Another fun filled Treebob story straight from the magical forest. When Rotten Rena a truly wicked witch makes an enemy of Mole Hill Marge she does so at her peril as Marge is famous for being a very stubborn mole indeed. However...
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Jan.10.2014
The story of how the Treebobs began is a lovely one and a great introduction to this wonderful series of children's books about the magical Treebobs. You can hear it on the  Tales4All website in its 'Storytime Corner' http://www.tales4all.co.uk/storytimecorner/ or by clicking the link below...
terry-spear's picture
Jan.02.2014
  I'm still editing the book, but it's done! I wrote it, THE END. I love it when that happens. This has been a fun story to write. Lots different than writing about wolves and jaguar shifters. For one thing, it's a YA  so no sex, and when the dragon shifter fae shift, they...
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Oct.31.2013
A wonderful story! About the book: "Rotten Rena, the wicked witch of the Enchanted Forest, is back and this time she is flying high in her very own airship and causing mayhem. Things go from bad to worse when Rena's troll workforce, the Neerdowells, arrive and there seems little hope of saving...
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Nov.12.2011
  As we all know, fairies (or faeries) were very much sought after in the 19th century. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle famously looked for fairies at the bottom of his and everyone else's garden, and there was a whole bunch of early photographers who claimed to have captured them on daguerreotypes in...
tim-hewtson-le-roux's picture
Nov.12.2011
  As we all know, fairies (or faeries) were very much sought after in the 19th century. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle famously looked for fairies at the bottom of his and everyone else's garden, and there was a whole bunch of early photographers who claimed to have captured them on daguerreotypes in...
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Oct.17.2011
What do you do if you’re transported to a mystical room brimming with colorful animals, curious plants and flying books? And what if you hear voices coming from inside an ancient wardrobe in this peculiar and puzzling place? Should you run? Hide?  Absolutely, positively not! If you are Mikolay...
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May.16.2011
I love Celtic Folklore.  Fairy or Faery, whichever way you like to spell it, are intersting creatures. you can't see them unless they wish to be seen. Shame. I want to see one but then if I did,what then? Would they be good or bad? Could I talk to them or would I have to know some bizarre language...