Thank you for helping me celebrate International Fairy Day. It was a grand celebration, and I am curious to hear if there were any fairy sightings where you live. You can keep the celebration alive year round by remembering that magic is everywhere if you just look for it.

I am happy to announce that there were 79 FREE downloads of The Heart Stone Chronicles: The Swamp Fairy.

When you support an independent author by writing an honest review of their work, you are also providing a public service to the many readers out there looking for something to read that is worth their hard earned cash. I can’t tell you how many poorly written books I have bought without looking at the reviews. I learned my lesson the hard way.

As an avid reader, and a prolific book reviewer, I know the value of my services. Many authors have seen a spike in sales from blog post reviews and reviews posted on Amazon and GoodReads. In my humble experience as a new author, I can tell you those blog posts and reviews are what sell books.

If you downloaded a FREE copy of my book, please thank me by writing a review. Your comments and thoughts are the greatest honor I can receive. Thank you!

I hope all of you experience the incredible sensation of a book hangover after reading Abby’s story. ❤


  1. I’ve had so many health problems lately that I missed out on this one,
    Colleen. Is this the second book in the series? I have the first one, loved it, and will now purchase the second one as soon as I can. I will also reblog this for you, and probably add the hard copy of the book to my friend’s library. She has the first book that I gave her as a gift on her birthday, loved it, and I’m sure will enjoy the second just as much. ❤ ❤ ❤

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      1. Oh, I love fairy hugs! I suppose I can wait for the next one, but I don’t know how much longer I have to live. The doctor said it could be soon, but it’s not up to them. I’ll be here until God is good and ready for me. 😇

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  2. We do not have fairies here in Africa, Colleen. In South Africa, we have the Tokoloshe or Hili which is a dwarf-like water sprite. It is considered a mischievous and evil spirit that can become invisible by drinking water. Tokoloshes are called upon by malevolent people to cause trouble for others.

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