Out of the Woods: A Mother Goose Legend (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna – #DarkFantasy, #FolkTales, # Mythology

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There was an old woman who lived in a shoe;
She had so many children, she didn’t know what to do.
She fed them all broth without any bread;
Then whipped them all soundly and sent them to bed.
~Mother Goose, The Dorling Kindersley Book of Nursery Rhymes (2000)
She took them from the woods, and she took them from dells, from hamlets and homesteads and across the wide world, she found young orphans, those abandoned and left on their own, and gave them a home.
And all she asked for was a little piece of their soul in payment…
Whoever said nursery rhymes were harmless?
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Nicole
Five Stars
Love it. Can’t wait to read more.
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“Out of the Woods: A Mother Goose Legend” (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna – #DarkFantasy, #FolkTales, # Mythology

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There was an old woman who lived in a shoe;
She had so many children, she didn’t know what to do.
She fed them all broth without any bread;
Then whipped them all soundly and sent them to bed.
~Mother Goose, The Dorling Kindersley Book of Nursery Rhymes (2000)
She took them from the woods, and she took them from dells, from hamlets and homesteads and across the wide world, she found young orphans, those abandoned and left on their own, and gave them a home.
And all she asked for was a little piece of their soul in payment…
Whoever said nursery rhymes were harmless?
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K.M.M.88
Fantastic addition to the Never Land universe

Another great twist on a classic fairy tale. Ms. Lawrencovna is excellent at writing complicated, interesting characters who you learn to love (or love to hate).

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“Out of the Woods: A Mother Goose Legend” (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna – #DarkFantasy, #FolkTales, # Mythology

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#amwriting, #novel, #mswl, #romanticfantasy, #darkfantasy, #paranormalfantasy
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There was an old woman who lived in a shoe;
She had so many children, she didn’t know what to do.
She fed them all broth without any bread;
Then whipped them all soundly and sent them to bed.
~Mother Goose, The Dorling Kindersley Book of Nursery Rhymes (2000)
She took them from the woods, and she took them from dells, from hamlets and homesteads and across the wide world, she found young orphans, those abandoned and left on their own, and gave them a home.
And all she asked for was a little piece of their soul in payment…
Whoever said nursery rhymes were harmless?
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K.M.M.88
Fantastic addition to the Never Land universe

Another great twist on a classic fairy tale. Ms. Lawrencovna is excellent at writing complicated, interesting characters who you learn to love (or love to hate).

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“The Night of the Fairies” by Marta Moran Bishop – #Mythology, #FolkTales, #ScienceFiction, #Fantasy, #FairyTales

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Astarte, grew up an orphan in the tribe and she had no recollection of ever having known her mother. From childhood, she could hear the silver ringing of the music of the fairies as they twirled in the moonlight below the caves. She saw them dancing, the fireflies glittering in and around them, adding a shimmer of gold in the moonlight.
Why could no one else see them? What made Astarte different than the other children of the tribe? Why did discontent fill her soul at the idea of moving with the tribe and leaving the fairies behind and why did the idea that she would be required to marry into one of the other tribes when she reached her majority scare her so much?
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Dodester

An engaging, whimsical tale!

‘The Night of the Fairies’ couches in fantasy an enchanting short story that touches upon a theme of identity – ‘Who am I?’ and ‘Where do I belong?’ – the resolution to these questions is a delightful surprise.

An orphan in her tribe, Astarte is different, both in body and in mind. At night when others in her tribe are asleep, Astarte remains awake to view a group of fairies that no one else in her tribe can see or hear. Captivated by this amazing sight, Astarte’s innate longing is to join in with the fairies. At this point, the author added a bit of intrigue to the story that captivated me: the girl’s stronger pull to leave the tribe is concurrent with unusual changes going on in her body.

Ms. Moran-Bishop captures superbly the inner discontent within this girl child who senses she does not belong. The author also poignantly touches upon a happenstance that occurs all too often in real life parenting situations: well-intentioned elders try to calm the child yet do not question her as to what is going on or listen to what she has to say.

‘The Night of the Fairies’ is an engaging, whimsical tale that pulled at my heart.

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“Out of the Woods: A Mother Goose Legend” (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna – #DarkFantasy, #FolkTales, # Mythology

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#amwriting, #novel, #mswl, #romanticfantasy, #darkfantasy, #paranormalfantasy
Line Blurb
There was an old woman who lived in a shoe;
She had so many children, she didn’t know what to do.
She fed them all broth without any bread;
Then whipped them all soundly and sent them to bed.
~Mother Goose, The Dorling Kindersley Book of Nursery Rhymes (2000)
She took them from the woods, and she took them from dells, from hamlets and homesteads and across the wide world, she found young orphans, those abandoned and left on their own, and gave them a home.
And all she asked for was a little piece of their soul in payment…
Whoever said nursery rhymes were harmless?
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K.M.M.88
Fantastic addition to the Never Land universe

Another great twist on a classic fairy tale. Ms. Lawrencovna is excellent at writing complicated, interesting characters who you learn to love (or love to hate).

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Line buy links
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“Out of the Woods: A Mother Goose Legend” (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna – #DarkFantasy, #FolkTales, # Mythology

Andi out of the woods

#amwriting, #novel, #mswl, #romanticfantasy, #darkfantasy, #paranormalfantasy
Line Blurb
There was an old woman who lived in a shoe;
She had so many children, she didn’t know what to do.
She fed them all broth without any bread;
Then whipped them all soundly and sent them to bed.
~Mother Goose, The Dorling Kindersley Book of Nursery Rhymes (2000)
She took them from the woods, and she took them from dells, from hamlets and homesteads and across the wide world, she found young orphans, those abandoned and left on their own, and gave them a home.
And all she asked for was a little piece of their soul in payment…
Whoever said nursery rhymes were harmless?
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Nicole

Love it. Can’t wait to read more.

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“Out of the Woods: A Mother Goose Legend” (The Never Lands Saga) by Andi Lawrencovna – #BookReview, #DarkFantasy, #FolkTales, #Mythology

Andi out of the woods
#amwriting, #novel, #mswl, #romanticfantasy, #darkfantasy, #paranormalfantasy
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There was an old woman who lived in a shoe;
She had so many children, she didn’t know what to do.
She fed them all broth without any bread;
Then whipped them all soundly and sent them to bed.
~Mother Goose, The Dorling Kindersley Book of Nursery Rhymes (2000)
She took them from the woods, and she took them from dells, from hamlets and homesteads and across the wide world, she found young orphans, those abandoned and left on their own, and gave them a home.
And all she asked for was a little piece of their soul in payment…
Whoever said nursery rhymes were harmless?
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K.M.M.88
Fantastic addition to the Never Land universeAnother great twist on a classic fairy tale. Ms. Lawrencovna is excellent at writing complicated, interesting characters who you learn to love (or love to hate).

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“Out of the Woods: A Mother Goose Legend” 
(The Never Lands Saga) 
by Andi Lawrencovna
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