Come here me talk about Rhyonna’s Fright, the first on stage. January 15!

Don't Quit -- keep going!
KEEP WORKING is my resolution for this coming 2017 –> for a keen, seen extreme!

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Elfin Letters again!

The Seasonal Holidays close, and now time to finish the Elfin Letters.

There are three parts, the miners, shoppekeepers, and the magic.

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Rhyonna fluttering, again

Happily, Rhyonna is fluttering around because Spring has sprung where she lives, and Dandelion has spread and spreading. Rhyonna follows to see where another seed will grow while her writer is working on the Kindle version for her story.

On one streaming Rhyonna was asked, “When did you meet your writer?”

“When I fluttered at the creek, awhile back from now. A most adventuresome youth would come and play in the water catching frogs, minnows, and chasing butterflies. I would follow her around. I let her know I was close by with flashes of light here and there and faint bells sounds. This girl had an imagination and soon we were flying around on adventures. I became her faery then, as even now, though she is old in her time. Bobbie still has her child like imagination, so I stay with her.”

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Rhyonna HERE:

Have a merry good time reading Rhyonna's story.
Have a merry good time reading Rhyonna’s story

CreateSpace ebookstore has Rhyonna’s Fright as an POD, print on demand, published on New Years Day 2014. This book has mistakes, let’s say it’s a proof, to be corrected end of October 2015. Spelling is my curse, which I work on daily wording stories.

As from a quote at the end of an animated faerytale (I forget the title) —> “It’s not the power of the curse it’s the power you give to the curse” —>  So here I am, ‘to do or not to do’. I mean let this story stay on CreateSpace or delete all my work because of the lack spelling and proofing skills or to redo the whole process taking weeks of uploading and filling our forms. “I redid the editing.”

Continue reading Rhyonna HERE: