Wow! And frost too! I want to go through that portal! What a great photo Sarah…xxxx
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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
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
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
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
Thank you, dear Sherri. I’m slowly getting there, although am suffering from lack of focus this week… love and hugs to you, too xxxx
What a magical catch Sarah!
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.
I am a believer in portals. Great capture!
The existence of portals would explain so many of the world’s mysteries.
It explains 😉
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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