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Let's talk about Fantasy Adventure

Hello everyone, November is shaping up to be an extremely busy month. I imagine it's pretty hectic for you too? Unfortunately, I have to keep working. Writing each day to meet certain goals, photo-shopping various book covers, or re-working old ones to entice new readers. And that's just the side stuff! Props goes to all the people in the world that can juggle a multitude of tasks each day without going crazy. I'm almost at the point of flipping my desk over. Sometimes life can get pretty hard. Thankfully, I do have a ton to keep my mind off the more negative things. For example this month is November. Some of the holiday romance story ideas I have pitched to my editor were the following:

Zombie Cinderella © 2016 : She loses her foot instead of a shoe.Turkey and the Feast © 2016: A billionaire is cursed into the body of a turkey. He has until Thanksgiving to convince a woman to love him or he becomes dinner. My editor patted me on the head as if I was a child then told me …

Fantasy Adventure: Legends from the Castle

Hello readers,

over the past few months I've been working on many projects. One of my favorites is the Fantasy Adventure novella: Legends from the Castle © 2015 Wendy May. Here's a sneak peek at what it is going to be about:

Excerpt from Legends from the Castle © 2015 Wendy May In a world of magic and science, exists a legendary kingdom governed by a mysterious royal. Far and wide, the bards sung tales of the crowned head's benevolence and the tranquil life within their province. However, no rule is without conflict, and the peace was suddenly broken..

When the Darkness swept the land, the shadowy fog turned the once beautiful landscape into a murky swamp filled to the brim with grim goblins and night terrors. As the Darkness surrounded the castle it left no quarter for escape. The shadows wordlessly crept within the halls of the castle for it deliberately sought out the one who wore the crown.

Sensing the coming Darkness, the ruler passed a message into the wind in the h…