Zadie hummed. Not with her voice, but with her whole self. Her very cells seemed to thrum with activity, with energy. She had felt it since she was little, and learned long ago that not everyone’s blood sang with this same frequency. She embraced it all, every little thing, like the way the hairs on … More Sparks
As Louisa stumbled through the smoke and crackling trunks, she tried to keep her thoughts on happy things. … More Ravenous
The two sisters were crowned with stars and fame, sitting atop their cumulus thrones. They waved to their adoring fans, tossing handfuls of glitter that rained down like stardust. One sister, on the left, was older and shone silver as the moon in deepest winter. Metallic thread spidered across her gown and down her arms, … More The Celestial Sisters
Lose yourself in our newest tracks for #MusicMonday: Magical Realism
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This #MusicMonday, we’re sharing our favorite tunes for the magical realism genre. Share your thoughts and recommendations with us too!
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#FictionFriday: Love Potions and Other Disasters
Welcome to the magical town of Blissville, where love is in the air! Too bad cynical Ruby Lou is in town and determined to expose its secrets.
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Beauclair was a very peculiar little village. The light – while lovely – was always a bit…odd. The dawns were crisp and cool, but the mornings, no matter the season, always brought a strange half light. Everything seemed to slow down. Even the birds drew out their bright songs with long calling notes to each other. … More The Bicycle of Beauclair