Sunday Shorts- The Seer’s 7 Deadly Fairy Tales: A Compendium by Elizabeth Marx
First in giving you suggestions for a short read! Sunday Shorts will be hapening each week. I plan on sharing compulations and shorts available on Amazon that are not only short stories but also are short as far as how much it will be costing you! This book is only 99 cents and Elizabeth Marx, author All’s Fair in Vanity’s War. If you have read that you will already love the characer The Seer. Haven’t read this one ye, but it is locked and loaded on my Kindle.
‘Okay, let’s start out by saying this book is a compendium, not a novel. I had no idea what a compendium was until my good friend Merriam Webster informed me. Compendium: 1) a brief summary of a larger work or of a field of knowledge; 2) A collection or compilation.
This is all the ExtraOrdinary knowledge I’ve collected and written down in the little black book Ilithyia gave me as a death-day present. The same night she gave me the spiel about the important purpose I’d serve as The Seer. I have more questions about the Order than I have answers for, but I’ve decided to serve my higher purpose by constructing this encyclopedia for the Ordinary world.
The Seer’s 7 Deadly Fairy Tales also includes a truthful account of what happened to me, and a peek into what transpired while Locke and I were sent away to Blessingston. It’s full of definitions, cool illustrations, and the first of seven fairy tales that will be told over the course of the series. If you’re dying to know what goes on behind the veil of secrecy Salem is shrouded in, feel free to read this compendium.
But beware, the Order has one rule about recording ExtraOrdinary events–it’s strictly forbidden. So just to be on the safe side, you might want to destroy this after reading it.
But don’t worry about me getting in trouble, I’m already dead!
Windy city writer, Elizabeth Marx, brings cosmopolitan life alive in her fiction–a blend of romance, fast-paced Chicago living, and a sprinkle of magical realism. Elizabeth resides with her husband, girls, and two cats who’ve spelled everyone into believing they’re really dogs. She grew up in the city, has traveled extensively, and still says there’s no town like Chi town.
You can contact the author at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit her website www.elizabethmarxbooks.com