Wordless Wednesday — Portal to Fairyland

Fairy Portal

Author: Sarah Potter Writes

Sarah is a British eccentric who writes offbeat fiction, haiku and tanka poetry. She's into nature, gardening, and natural health. Her sociability is something that happens in short bursts with long breathing spaces in between.

12 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday — Portal to Fairyland”

    1. The trouble is there are good fairies and bad ones, so you’d be taking quite a gamble, Sherri. Did you see the tv serialisation of Susannah Clarke’s novel Dr Strange & Mr Morrell? If not, you can get a glimpse or two of a bad fairy in this trailer (watch out for the one with silver hair, who asks “Why did you summon me here?”). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iE1nsOoTJos
      I think you can watch all the episodes on YouTube, if the trailer doesn’t frighten you too much! xxxx

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      1. Oooh, thanks for this Sarah, I’ll take a look and let you know! I didn’t watch that serialisation. Sorry I took so long to reply to this, I don’t know where the time is going here for me in blogland. Hope you’re having a good week so far… xxxx

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      2. No apologies needed, Sherri. I’m behind with everything & am blaming it on the whole indie publishing lark. Promotion is eating up my hours when I’d rather be writing & blogging. Grrrr. So the answer to your question is “no” I’m not having a particularly good week, with one exception — that my book received another lovely 5-star review on the UK Amazon site. Perhaps when I’ve got over another stinking cold, I might see things in a more positive light. Hope you’re having a much, much, much better week than I am, my dear friend. xxxx

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      3. Oh that’s great about the 5 star review…but oh no…another cold 😦 So sorry to hear this. My winter last year was like the one you’re having now (except for the book promotion of course) with one cold after the other. I do so hope you’ll be feeling much better soon my dear friend. I know how lousy they can make you feel. Get well…love & hugs to you… ❤ xxxx

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    1. I used to spend hours as a small child, nose pressed to the window at night, hoping to catch sight of fairies in the hornbeam hedge at the bottom of the garden. I imagined they’d glow with amber light. The first time I saw a glow worm, I’d wanted it to be a green fairy! I was most disappointed when I discovered what it was.

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