You’ve heard them all begun before, once away, and far a time, and so many more versions yet to come. – The Nightingale: and Other Stories by Andi Lawrencovna

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You’ve heard them all begun before, once away, and far a time, and so many more versions yet to come.

So let me begin three new stories for you, brought to new life in the NeverLands, and collected here for you…

The Elf & the Shoemaker

Once upon a time, in a small shop sitting at the corner of the street, lived a cobbler, praying for a salvation she never knew she needed. It just so happened that at that moment, there was an elf, looking for the same…

Some stories were born to be retold, and some stories are the start of fairy tales waiting to be rewritten…

The Nightingale

There was, once, many times many years ago, a young woman who had a most beautiful sister. Their father locked them away in a tower, far from the hands of man that might try and steal them away. But the father forgot that a thief might find an accomplice in a maudlin young maid, and that a maid might agree to flee with a prince, even when it means leaving her sister behind.
Trapped in the tower, left there to die, Liala wept for the beautiful sister who left her behind, and the father whose fault her fate was attributed too…

Until the Nightingale came, and she flew free…

The Wren & the Rose

Far away and a long time ago, there lived a blacksmith in a small little village, with a small little forge, who loved a woman who couldn’t love him back. In all fairness, she did love him, but not in the way he hoped for, and not in the way she wanted to love the man she would someday marry. But someday was this day, and saying “no” to her blacksmith broke both of their hearts.

He wanted a woman he could never have. She set her heart on another. All it took to have their hearts’ desires was a single Rose…

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