Author Spotlight: Ronesa Aveela Must reads for lovers of fantasy and folklore. Quality fiction and nonfiction. More details here 👇 https://issuu.com/momsfavoritereads/docs/december_emag/70
Hawthorn: The Bride of the Hedgerow. Myths, folklore, recipes and more by Sylva Fae. https://issuu.com/momsfavoritereads/docs/october_edition/6
A Day with Rusalki
A Day with Rusalki by Ronesa Aveela Mankind’s fascination with the sea has sparked imagination since the first person beheld its mighty waters. Curiosity led people to invent the means to travel across the great oceans and eventually explore beneath them, trying to discover their secrets. Throughout the centuries, millennia in fact, people have created … Continue reading A Day with Rusalki
The Immortal, The Poor Laws & Bloody Battle by T E Hodden
Be very quiet, and watch very carefully, what you are about to see probably didn’t happen. It was probably a local myth, a tall tale that has grown with the telling, but this is the version of history that the story-teller in me chooses to believer. Things were shaky for a while. He bounced out … Continue reading The Immortal, The Poor Laws & Bloody Battle by T E Hodden
Halloween – Amanda Steel
For a lot of parents in the UK, Halloween is about dressing up your children in cute pumpkin (or other) outfits, which when they look back on the photos, they’ll cringe and wonder why you did that to them. It’s also about keeping them entertained with sweets, or sometimes trying to offer them healthier versions … Continue reading Halloween – Amanda Steel
Halloween Then And Now
“Freeze! Police! Don’t move!” The words barely penetrated. It was the flashing blue, red and white lights, one big spotlight and the gun that kept me frozen in the middle of my long driveway. In hindsight, I can see how playing a trick on my sister who was home alone, on Halloween, may not have … Continue reading Halloween Then And Now
Mermaids, Silver Butterflies, and Miracles
“My soul is full of longing for the secret of the sea, and the heart of the great ocean sends a thrilling pulse through me.” – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Mankind’s fascination with the sea has sparked imagination since the first person beheld its mighty waters. Curiosity led people to invent the means to travel across … Continue reading Mermaids, Silver Butterflies, and Miracles
What’s Your Fantasy World?
Fantasy worlds can be magical, terrifying, and brutal all at once. The Unborn Hero of Dragon Village by Ronesa Aveela tells the tale of a 12-year-old boy named Theo who journeys to a mystical land called Zmeykovo (Dragon Village) to rescue his sister. The map below shows all the places he visits as he tries … Continue reading What’s Your Fantasy World?
Wouldn’t it be nice if your children grew up in a world where one group of people didn’t hate another? Where we didn’t think of those who are different from us as all being “terrorists” or any of the many other derogatory names people call each other? This goal of accepting cultural diversity is probably … Continue reading Cultural Diversity