FEATURES 44 FULL-PAGE COLOUR ILLUSTRATIONS!This deluxe illustrated book/journal is filled with wisdom and inspired musings and stories from renowned author & witch, Lucy Cavendish, to guide you on your own adventures into the most wondrous ...
Author: Lucy Cavendish
FEATURES 44 FULL-PAGE COLOUR ILLUSTRATIONS!This deluxe illustrated book/journal is filled with wisdom and inspired musings and stories from renowned author & witch, Lucy Cavendish, to guide you on your own adventures into the most wondrous land of Faerie. Welcome to a faery ring, a magickal world between the worlds, your own enchanted journal. With every stroke of the pen, you will be opening the doors between the worlds. With every word you write, you will be welcomed deeper and deeper into the blessed realm of Faerie - a land of legend, of myth, of faraway stone circles, forests, and castles of ancient lands. Lucy has also collated many of her favourite poems and writings by creative beings past and present who have seen and believed in the magick of Faeries to enrich and enchant you. Features cream-coloured premium quality wood-free paper, with a combination of lined and unlined pages so you can write, doodle, paint or draw.
Fairy. Forest. In a small town called Patchogue, there is a secluded piece of wooded land preserved for fairies to live in. These particular woods are located on Long Island, a fishshaped island off the east coast of North America.
Author: Barbara Costanza
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
The book is based on a true story within a privately owned forest preserved for the minds of creative people. Mossy trails with interesting twists and turns are lined with homemade fairy houses. After our familys loss of a child, we decided to gather a community of friends to use our land as a magical place to go for peace and to connect back to nature. We asked friends and family to write their own fairy character and some are used in the book. The main character in the book has suffered the loss of a sibling. She is asked to watch the family cat for five days, which she is not very interested in doing. She has many complaints about this chore being she is a doctor, mother, and wife and not in a good frame of mind, she feels overwhelmed with life. The first day, it started to happen, while going to the house to check on the cat she ventures into the woods only to discover a whole new dimension of life. While she is walking on the path looking for the cat she trips over a tree root and falls. She is not sure if she has injured her head or if what she sees next is real. She meets a figment of her imagination named Rosy. While laying on the ground the character sketches what she sees. Rosy is an old spirit who guides her each day through the woods. The next morning the fairy spirit is revealed on the sketchpad, which begins the true-life journey. Each day for five consecutive days, she returns to feed the cat and ventures back into the woods. She meets different fairies and she has unordinary experiences. Once she enters through the gate she is transformed physically into the fairy realm. She gets introduces to many of the fairy characters and is impressed with their diversity as they show their own personality and special gifts. On the last day, through the evidence of her sketched drawings, she is becomes aware that this was not just her mind playing tricks on her. For her it is a personal journey discovering how to enjoy the simple things in life just as she did when she was a child. She is shown that her sibling is still with her and lives on it the afterlife filling the emptiness in her heart. The photography in the book will make readers feel like they are taking the adventure with her. We know that nature has its own way of healing the human spirit in ways beyond our comprehension. This story is a light read and can only make you feel that love is all around us even when we feel alone. The real character and illustrator goes through the grieving process and slowly begins to heal using her creative mind. She went back to college and received awards for her drawings. It has enlightened and changed her life. We hope that the readers will find their own personal creative self while taking a walk through these pages.
Release on 2015-02-01 | by Les Perysty (Oleksandr Kovalenko)
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Author: Les Perysty (Oleksandr Kovalenko)
Publisher: Олександр Коваленко
Events of this book begins in the city - which seems ordinary. But there are many amazing creatures hides under the images of ordinary humans. For example, this is Mara - which looks like an elegant lady, but she can change her image and become the horrible sceleton. And the Cat, the black cat - who can become a handsome man. Or small dwarfs - which lives in mouse's holes. And many other strange creatures. Those creatures are evil and kind. And they search one magic relic. Relic of the fairy forest.
The violet faery was standing now and gazing happily at her hand — hut it was another doll who'd spoken, ... "A faery, like yourself," she said, motioning the boy to come closer. ... It's most unusual to find a forest faery here.
Author: Terri Windling
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Follows little faery Sneezle on his adventures in Spring Cottage as he faces mysterious stick men, an eccentric faery court, a cat, and a human being in his efforts to return home.
... and stays with him for a couple of months before deciding to return to the faery forest. Désiré finds this parting difficult to bear and pursues him, only to lose track and become lost in the forest with night falling.
Author: Gareth Knight
Publisher: Skylight Press
Category: Literary Collections
A collection of 12 medieval Breton lais which capture the Celtic faery tradition, sourced from the anonymous jongleurs of the 12th century and rendered into English with a commentary on the modern interpretation of faery lore.
It was called the Dawn Forest by those who lived within, but it had other names as well. Some called it the Faery Forest, others, the Forbidden Wood, and still others, Death Wood, so that there would be no mistake as to its design, ...
Author: Linda Carnahan
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Rachel of the Sword by Linda Carnahan Rachel Alice Grayson suddenly wakes up in a different world. Zagrith the daemon witch takes her from the safety of her home in America to Carrines, a mystical place of magic, aelfs, faeries, dwarves, humans, and half-aelfs but she soon finds that the land is constantly threatened by daemons, crazed mutants and monsters. In order to earn her way back home, Zagrith demands she fulfills a mission: she must bring a rusty enchanted sword to the dark mage, a rogue, who is destined to be the Protector of the Universe and if she is successful will defeat the hungry Gothfyl. She prepares to meet Michael, the dark mage, who has been devoid of emotion since he was a small child. When Rachel arrives, his emotions suddenly return and he blames her for all of his troubles. Rachel must earn his trust to make him believe that he is the rightful one to use the sword or the prophecy regarding the mage will never come true. But a problem arises-the sword is found to be tainted with daemon magic; it is no longer pure. Now, she not only has to deal with Michael's unpredictable behavior, she also has to contend with the people believing that she is a daemon witch that has cast a spell upon Michael to destroy him. As she rides with Michael and his Black Company to solve the mystery of the sword, Carrines' peace is threatened by the Gothfyl's minions as it tries to stop them. Should they prevent it from breaking through the barrier between its universe and theirs, it will be denied the sweet tasty energy it hungers for. And as the mages study the life sword and the prophecy, it becomes clear that Rachel's roll in saving their world is more than just giving the sword to Michael. She must get Michael to see the great part his nemesis the daemon lords will play in his destiny. Together they must persuade the races of Carrines to set aside their prejudices to defeat the forces of the Gothfyl. About the Author Linda Carnahan is a retired detention officer of Gila County Sheriff's Office. She is a very active member of the community having been a founding member and first vice chair of the Bullion Plaza Museum and Cultural Center. She is currently working on her second and third cookbook to help fund the museum. Proud of her Celtic heritage, she created the Arizona Cornish Society, put out a Cornish newsletter, and participated in Celtic games in both Tucson and Mesa.
He spoke to two or three faeries in order to get them to join him, but they would not disobey the King's command, ... that by the time he reached the end of the forest, and came to the boundary of Faeryland, the red dawn was breaking, ...
Author: Fergus Hume
Publisher: Delphi Classics
The prolific author of vintage thrillers, Fergus Hume rose to fame following the publication of his first novel, ‘The Mystery of a Hansom Cab’. It became the best-selling mystery novel of the Victorian era and went on to inspire Arthur Conan Doyle to write ‘A Study in Scarlet’, featuring Sherlock Holmes. This comprehensive eBook presents Hume’s collected works, with numerous illustrations, rare texts appearing in digital print for the first time, informative introductions and the usual Delphi bonus material. (Version 1) * Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Hume’s life and works * Concise introductions to the major novels * 64 novels, with individual contents tables * Features many rare novels for the first time in digital publishing * Images of how the books were first published, giving your eReader a taste of the original texts * Excellent formatting of the texts * Famous works are fully illustrated with their original artwork * Rare story collections * Special chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the short stories * Easily locate the short stories you want to read * Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles CONTENTS: The Novels The Mystery of a Hansom Cab Professor Brankel’s Secret Madame Midas The Girl from Malta The Piccadilly Puzzle The Gentleman Who Vanished Miss Mephistopheles The Man with a Secret A Creature of the Night Monsieur Judas When I Lived in Bohemia Whom God Hath Joined The Fever of Life The Chinese Jar The Island of Fantasy The Harlequin Opal The Lone Inn The Gates of Dawn The Third Volume The White Prior Tracked by a Tattoo The Clock Struck One The Rainbow Feather The Devil-Stick The Red-Headed Man The Silent House in Pimlico The Indian Bangle The Crimson Cryptogram The Vanishing of Tera The Bishop’s Secret The Lady from Nowhere A Traitor in London The Millionaire Mystery A Woman’s Burden The Pagan’s Cup The Turnpike House A Coin of Edward VII The Silver Bullet The Yellow Holly The Mandarin’s Fan The Red Window The White Room The Secret Passage Lady Jim of Curzon Street The Opal Serpent The Wooden Hand The Black Patch The Purple Fern The Amethyst Cross The Sealed Message The Green Mummy The Crowned Skull The Sacred Herb The Solitary Farm The Peacock of Jewels The Mikado Jewel The Spider The Pink Shop The Mystery Queen Red Money A Son of Perdition In Queer Street The Lost Parchment The Red Bicycle The Short Story Collections Chronicles of Faeryland The Dwarf’s Chamber and Other Stories Hagar of the Pawn-Shop The Dancer in Red The Short Stories List of Short Stories in Chronological Order List of Short Stories in Alphabetical Order Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles or to purchase this eBook as a Parts Edition of individual eBooks
This lets us know that Dalua walks with equal ease among humans and among the high gods of the Faeries. Fiona also points out a difference in his ... gloomy Faery forest where the play opens. As we know, the Hebridean islands were ...
Author: Steve Blamires
Publisher: Skylight Press
Category: Literary Criticism
For a thirteen-year period, the reclusive Scottish writer Fiona Macleod enthralled the Victorian reading public with a deluge of stories, novels, poems and essays drawn from the wildly romantic Highland and Island landscape. Although it was later revealed that these works had issued from the pen of William Sharp, it was clear that Fiona Macleod was more than a pseudonym; to Sharp she was very much an autonomous entity. What's more, the wealth of previously unknown and unheard of myths, names, traditions and beliefs in her writings, while shone through a Celtic prism, show every sign of having emanated from the Realm of Faery. Steve Blamires presents a ground-breaking assessment of the Faery lore within Fiona Macleod's literary output as part of his ongoing study of this enigmatic writer. Building on the established groundwork of his biography of Sharp, The Little Book of the Great Enchantment, he explores the mythology and traditions of Faery, their symbolic and magical significance, and the devices employed by Fiona in the transmission of Faery teachings and inspirations. Using examples from Fiona's rich and resonant body of work, his detailed interpretation will enable the reader to tease out the Faery gems that are still to be found woven into the lines and verse of her writings.
They often brought word of human-kind to dragons and forest-folk alike, and it is through faeries that we learned of trickery and deceit. The forest-folk in their land often call the faeries in the moonlight, as they love the stories.
Author: Julie A. Dickson
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Chronicles of Dragon Lore is the story of a dragon scribe detailing the history of dragon existence in an ancient world of dragons, faeries and humans. A wonderful fantasy tale, describing intelligent dragons in their established existence, their long-time relationship to faeries and the introduction of humans to their world. Illustrated with original artwork depicting the dragons and other species of the realm, the drawings add character and detail to the story.
Fair the faery folk they be, Dancing around the ancient tree, Singing songs of them and thee, But never will they let you see. Heed my words, stay away, Let the fair folk at their play, Life will be better, this I say, If you walk away ...
Author: Tom Phillips
Publisher: The History Press
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Nestled within our green and pleasant land lies pockets of emerald trees. Their roots search deep into the ground and the branches reach high towards the sun. For centuries some of these have stood watching and listening to the human creatures living among them, hearing their stories and remembering. What mysteries could these woodlands tell if the trees could speak? Stories of brave deeds and foolish, star-crossed lovers, of monsters, giants and witches, hobs and kings. Discover the secrets of our forests in this engaging collection of folk tales.
“Don't burn the forest!” called Sylvie, from the other side of the dragon. “It's not a faery forest yet.” Suddenly a tiny lilac raincloud appeared above the flames, soaking the leaves and branches so effectively that the fire was out ...
Author: Lari Don
Publisher: Floris Books
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Helen has won a place at a prestigious summer music school in remote north-western Scotland. But as she practises for a concert on Midsummer's Eve, her friends, the fabled beasts, prepare for battle -- in the very forest where the young musicians are staying. When Yann the centaur arrives and warns Helen of impending danger, she is forced to cast her musical ambitions aside. Helen finds herself catapulted into a perilous quest, allied with fantastical creatures against a powerful enemy, the Faery Queen. She finds the mythical island of Tir nan Og, breaks the law and administers first aid to old friends and new . . . but will it be enough to help her friends and save herself? This is the magical sequel to the bestselling First Aid for Fairies and Other Fabled Beasts.
If youdon't wish tovisit a faery forest, but preferto createan environment for them in your own backyard, begin gathering and planting trees, ferns, and wildflowers that you feel are especially appropriate and best adaptedto the type of ...
Author: Pauline Campanelli
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Pauline and Dan Campanelli's classic companion to Wheel of the Year is back for a new generation of readers to enjoy Celebrate the seasons of the year according to the ancient Pagan traditions. Ancient Ways shows how to prepare for and conduct the Sabbat rites, and helps you harness the magickal energy for weeks afterward. The wealth of seasonal rituals and charms within are drawn from ancient sources but are easily performed with readily available materials. Learn how to look into your previous lives at Yule. At Beltane, discover the places where you are most likely to see faeries. Make special jewelry to wear for your Lammas celebrations. For the special animals in your life, paint a charm of protection at Midsummer. Most Pagans feel that the Sabbat rituals are all too brief and wish for the magick to continue. Ancient Ways can help you reclaim your own traditions and heighten the feeling of magick all year long. Praise: "A delightful, joyous guide to celebrating the seasons and festivals with homespun magic." —Scott Cunningham, author of Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs "A delightful book that beautifully complements the authors' Wheel of the Year." —Ray Buckland, author of Practical Candleburning Rituals
Sara is only six years old but already she has learnt about some of life's hardships and heartaches.With the loss of her brother, her parent's separation, and now having to endure life with her neglectful drunken and abusive mother, she also has to contend with being bullied by 'them girls' in school.... and out of it.But, by accident Sara discovers another world in the forest at the end of her road.Things she had thought were only in stories and make believe where as real as you or I.A commune of fairy folk take Sara into their hearts, and with their wisdom protection and love Sara's life becomes bearable once more.The fairies she befriends bestow comeuppance on her tormentors in a mischievous but none dangerous way in order to teach them the error of their ways. So with a mix of sadness, mystery, humour and spiritual uplifting this book is a must for everyone's child and the child in everyone.
It was night - time , for , of course , that is the Faeries ' day , but the way to Giants ' Country was so long that by the time he reached the end of the forest , and came to the boundary of Faeryland , the red dawn was breaking ...
Indeed this seems to be its natural location in this romance, at the beginning and end Ofit at any rate, but then, we might ask, what is it doing in the forest which seems to form part of Faeryland and abutting the Land of the Dead?
Author: Gareth Knight
Publisher: Skylight Press
Category: Literary Criticism
The Knights of King Arthur's Round Table first appeared in the works of Chretied de Troyes, who cast into Old French stories which had their origin in Celtic myth and legend. These early stories contained faery lore and records of initiation into Otherworld dynamics. This book is a guide to the faery principles in Chretien's work and explains how they can still be used today."
Mark Shulman. Storytime Stickers Includes 100 Reusable Stickers ! Magic Fairy Forest hand 11 00 COM Mark Shulman Illustrated by Kathy Wilburn Magic Fairy Fores STERLING and the distinctive Sterling logo are. Front Cover.
Author: Mark Shulman
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
The invitations to the once-in-a-millenium party have arrived--and every child's presence is requested! Once every thousand years, deep in the magic forest, the fairies hold a special dance. The time is now, so make sure to invite all the enchanted guests: the royal family in their castle; trolls, gnomes, elves, and leprechauns; animals in the magical barn; winged beings up in "cloud city"; and water creatures in the hidden glen. Pretty stickers make each picture captivating, and kids will love creating this fairytale world.
93 Nokes typifies what it means to live both geographically and mythically as far as possible from the faery forest; he is eager not simply to demean anything related to Faery as simpleminded, but to shun any form of alterity.
Author: Christopher Vaccaro
Category: Literary Criticism
This exciting collection of essays explores the role of the Other in Tolkien’s fiction, his life, and the pertinent criticism. It critically examines issues of gender, sexuality, race and ethnicity, language, and identity in The Lord of the Rings, The Silmarillion, and lesser-known works by Tolkien. The chapters consider characters such as Lobelia Sackville-Baggins, Saruman, Éowyn, and the Orcs as well as discussions of how language and identity function in the source texts. The analysis of Tolkien’s work is set against an examination of his life, personal writing, and beliefs. Each essay takes as its central position the idea that how Tolkien responds to that which is different, to that which is “Other,” serves as a register of his ethics and moral philosophy. In the aggregate, they provide evidence of Tolkien’s acceptance of alterity.
I glanced over at Mike and rolled my eyes in disbelief at the faery's conceit. Teagan waved a hand in my direction. “Your grandmother's band of forest faeries was also in attendance under the protection of Queen Luminata.
Author: Marilee Brothers
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Allie Emerson is hoping for a few quiet months to catch her breath after a summer that included the discovery she is not only a twin and of faery blood, but also destined to play a pivotal role in faery world. School has barely begun when Allie must kiss her hope of a normal year goodbye. She can't escape her unfinished business with the fae, the Trimarks, or Junior Martinez, who is making it clear he plans to win her back. Signs, portents and whispers are pushing Allie to "find the girl" before it's too late. Hoping her twin can help her solve the riddle of their destiny, Allie uncovers old secrets and begins a cross-country journey that puts her in more danger than ever before. If she succeeds, she may just find the answers that can save everyone she loves. Marilee Brothers is a former high school teacher turned full-time author. She married her college crush, and they have three sons. Marilee lives in Washington State, where she's hard at work on the next book in the Unbidden Magic series. www.MarileeBrothers.com