The Tree Hugger

The Tree Hugger

by Heidi Garrett

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Overview

Born and raised in the Free Territories, Magnolia Lee Winthrop prefers the company of trees and nature to spending time with most people. Although she's not much of a talker, she's got plenty of strong opinions about life and how it should be lived, just like her grandmother. But it's her best friend, Graham, who understands their deep connection to the earth.

The Tree Hugger is a dystopian retelling of Han's Christian Andersen's "The Dryad."

Once Upon a Time Today is a collection of contemporary fairy tale retellings for those who have already left home. The Girl Who Believed in Fairy Tales is a prelude to the collection and includes the three short stories:

"The Girl Who Watched for Elves"
"The Girl Who Dreamed of Red Shoes"
"The Girl Who Couldn't Sing"

Novellas in the collection:

Beautiful Beautiful
Dreaming of the Sea
The Tree Hugger
I Am Lily Dane

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151284226
Publisher: Half-Faerie Publishing
Publication date: 08/26/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 613 KB

About the Author

Heidi Garrett is the author of the author of the Daughter of Light series, a fantasy about a young half-faerie, half-mortal searching for her place in the Whole. She's also the contemporary fairy tale novella collection, Once Upon a Time Today. In these stand-alone retellings of popular and obscure fairy tales, adult characters navigate the deep woods of the modern landscape to find their Happily Ever Afters.

Heidi also collaborates with B. J. Limpin. They've cooked up a yummy paranormal romance, Cupcakes & Kisses!

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Heidi was born in Texas, and in an attempt to reside in as many cities in that state as she could, made it to Houston, Lubbock, Austin, and El Paso. She now lives in Eastern Washington state with her husband, their two cats, her laptop, and her Kindle. Being from the South, she often contemplates the magic of snow.

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