Entering the #Writing ZONE

It’s time… I will be entering the Twilight Writing ZONE for the next couple of months. That means I will not be on social media and the blogs as frequently as before. I will check in frequently and share how the writing is progressing. I will also continue my Tuesday Poetry Challenge.

The dreams have started again… Abby Forester and the meadow fairy have to solve the problem of the bees disappearing. Aunt Magnolia has taken a new job with a paranormal researcher in Colorado and strange things are beginning to happen. You will want to read this!

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The Meadow Fairy, Book 2 of The Heart Stone Chronicles

Fourteen-year-old Abigale Forester journeys from Blackberry Ridge, Florida to Bent Grass, Colorado when her Aunt Magnolia accepts a job as a researcher working for an author who specializes in writing about myths and paranormal activity.

Abby, along with her deceased mother’s most sacred possession, a calcite pendant, continues her legacy as a Fairy Whisperer to the primordial fairy nymphs who inhabit unique places scattered about the world.

In Colorado, Abby meets two young friends, Crosby and Landon Miller, who along with their family are beekeepers on a small farm under the shadow of Pike’s Peak. Abby is summoned by a primeval nymph who asks her to resolve the secret of why the bee population is disappearing from the prairie meadows.

With the help of Nate Bannock, a Native American Ute rancher, Abby learns the astonishing truths behind the decimation of the bee population.

Does Abby have what it takes to save the bees and the Meliae Meadow Nymphs before it is too late?

You want to know how it all turns out don’t you?

Gotta RunThe mystery awaits!

 

 

 

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