Skelly (A Tale of Glencarragh - Book One of the Sea Glass Trilogy, #1)

Skelly (A Tale of Glencarragh - Book One of the Sea Glass Trilogy, #1)

by Melanie Leavey

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Buried within her is an ancient power that could change the fates of the Fae forever.

Discouraged artist, Frances Blackburn, has always been able to see fairies. They have been her friends, confidantes, and, most importantly, her creative inspiration. Frances has never doubted that drawing and painting the fae is her life's calling until she receives a scolding and humiliating review of her gallery show.

Distraught and full of self-doubt, Frances decides that it's time to trade her paintbrushes and easels for a computer and safer career: graphic designing. However, her choice quickly leads her down an unexpected and dangerous path.

All around her, the faery folk that have lived alongside her begin to disappear from the mortal world, and a mysterious stranger tells Frances that it is all her fault.

Will Frances be able to uncover the truth of the Fae's disappearance? Or will her journey end up leading her into unforeseen and unexpected dangers? 

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163979967
Publisher: Three Ravens Press
Publication date: 04/01/2020
Series: A Tale of Glencarragh - Book One of the Sea Glass Trilogy
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 863 KB

About the Author

Melanie....or, just Mel, if you an indie author of urban fantasy and magical realism. Her stories are written around themes of place, belonging and ecofeminism.  She believes that stories ought to serve as both comfort and escapism and should, above all other things, restore our belief in wonder and delight.

When she's not writing stories, she's also a gardener, herbalist, chicken-keeper, horse-rider, compulsive exclaimer and bookworm. She's an aspiring hermit, loves all-things-analogue and is happiest when drinking excess quantities of tea while thumbing through the latest David Austin rose catalogue.

She blogs about all of the above mentioned things plus other oddments and miscellany at her website....

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