Myths Untold: Faery

Myths Untold Faery Faeries are part of mythology the world over past present and future Called elves brownies the fae and they evoke a sense of wonder and a little danger Faery has its own rules and humans ente

  • Title: Myths Untold: Faery
  • Author: Brandon Witt August Li J. Scott Coatsworth Skye Hegyes
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Faeries are part of mythology the world over, past, present, and future Called elves, brownies, the fae, and , they evoke a sense of wonder and a little danger Faery has its own rules, and humans enter at their peril In this spirit, we bring you the first book in the Myths Untold anthology series four stories from the land of the Fae a homeless man in Cardiff and tFaeries are part of mythology the world over, past, present, and future Called elves, brownies, the fae, and , they evoke a sense of wonder and a little danger Faery has its own rules, and humans enter at their peril In this spirit, we bring you the first book in the Myths Untold anthology series four stories from the land of the Fae a homeless man in Cardiff and the luck that could destroy him the trans man in future San Francisco who falls for an elf the village boy who has always been a little different and a faery prince whose birthright was stolen from him Welcome to Faery.
    Myths Untold Faery by Brandon Witt Myths Untold Faery, although being stories linked by a theme, are a group of quite different tales The Pwcca and the Persian Boy by Gus Li tells the story of Glyn and Farrokh although it is really Glyn s story. Customer reviews Myths Untold Faery A faery prince is cast away, stripped of his wings, and castrated His mother and faery kin are to blame, but he cannot tell his younger prince brother about what they did to him The faery prince meets with his brother until the day he realizes there is a plot against him. Myths Untold Faery J Scott Coatsworth Jul , Just got another great review for Myths Untold Faery, which includes one of my stories For the whole antho I d recommend Myths Untold Faery to readers who like anthologies which share a common theme but tell very different stories . out of stars. Recent Release Myths Untold Faery Faeries are part of mythology the world over, past, present, and future Called elves, brownies, the fae, and , they evoke a sense of wonder and a little danger Faery BOOK BLAST Myths Untold Faery Jessie G Books May , Faeries are part of mythology the world over, past, present, and future Called elves, brownies, the fae, and , they evoke a sense of wonder and a little danger Faery has its own rules, and humans enter at their peril. BOOK BLAST Myths Untold Faery Jessie G Books Apr , Faeries are part of mythology the world over, past, present, and future Called elves, brownies, the fae, and , they evoke a sense of wonder and a little danger Faery has its own rules, and humans enter at their peril. Myths Untold Faery by Gus Li, Brandon Witt, Skye Hegyes May , Bethany reviews Myths Untold Faery by Gus Li, Brandon Witt, Skye Hegyes, J Scott Coatsworth Published by Wilde City Press on April th, pgs.

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    1. Brandon Witt August Li J. Scott Coatsworth Skye Hegyes says:

      Brandon Witt s outlook on life is greatly impacted by his first eighteen years of growing up gay in a small town in the Ozarks, as well as fifteen years as a counselor and special education teacher for students with severe emotional disabilities Add to that his obsession with corgis and mermaids, then factor in an unhealthy love affair with cheeseburgers, and you realize that with all those issues, he s got plenty to write about Visit Brandon s webpage brandonwitt Visit him on facebook facebook brandon.wittEnjoy episodes of The Witty Hour youtube channel UCO5c

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    1. There s a review on the blog with each story individually looked at, and there s 34 status updates on here, but in the wash up I know how hard it is to find anthologies that contain stories that are on par, but it happens here Four strong, complimentary stories are contained within Myths Untold Faery and if you like fairy tales, fantasy, a bit of YA and urban fantasy, just shorter stories that are well written, then I highly recommend this book I ve found three new authors to look out for in the [...]


    2. I ve never grown out of my love for myth and faery stories In their purest forms, they re primeval, subversive, eldritch, enlightening, sinister, unsafe and ultimately unknowable When I graduated up from Grimm, it was to Warner Townsend and Dunsany both of whom have moulded my views of what Faerie is, or may be minutely detailed, threatening worlds with their cold, inhuman and amoral peoples Get some of that into a modern day take of faery, and I will be satisfied.Four very different authors Fou [...]


    3. 4.5 out of 5 starsDescription Faeries are part of mythology the world over, past, present, and future Called elves, brownies, the fae, and , they evoke a sense of wonder and a little danger Faery has its own rules, and humans enter at their peril In this spirit, we bring you the first book in the Myths Untold anthology series four stories from the land of the Fae a homeless man in Cardiff and the luck that could destroy him the trans man in future San Francisco who falls for an elf the village b [...]


    4. Original Blog Post Happy Happy Release Day eARC Review, Author s Inteview Giveaway Myths Untold FaeryReview by multitaskingmommaMy Rating 5 of 5 StarsWho does not love fairy tales I guess there are some who don t so if you are the non traditionalist, then maybe you should check out Myths Untold Faery This is a collection of stories that gives a twist to familiar and some unfamiliar fairy tales Mind you, if you are an avid fan of these tales, it is understood that you know the real ones, those th [...]


    5. 4.5 Stars From the contemporary to the tragic to the classic to a fairy tale with an Alt U Urban Fantasy Sci Fi flair, Myths Untold Faery is a fantastic collection of stories for lovers of the fae and the various twists on their mythology.Author Gus Li kicks things off with the heartfelt and magical The Pwcca and the Persian Boy, a story that hooked me from page one not only its characters but the setting as well Li introduces readers to two boys Glyn and Farrokh who are homeless and living hand [...]


    6. Legends of elves have been told for many years, but not stories like these Today I m reviewing 4 anthology stories featuring elves by Gus Li, Brandon Witt, Skye Hegyes, and J Scott Coatsworth Now, I ve been a Tolkien fan since I first read the Lord of the Rings anthology as a young girl, I m also a fan of Eragon, Fablehaven, Shannara, Merry Gentry so my tastes span a wide range of mythos Etheral beings, warriors, magicians, and pervy, pervy kinksters all mesh into one fabulous genre in the fanta [...]


    7. This book was provided free in exchange for a fair and honest review for Love Bytes.This anthology was very enjoyable The first story, The Pwcca and the Persian Boy, starts out with Glyn and his Persian lover, Farrokh, trying to survive day by day on the streets I really loved the picture portrayed here Though they camped out together and were lovers, Farrokh was easily upset and would take off from time to time However, after hearing about strange disappearances of young people, Farrokh disappe [...]


    8. Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie in exchange for a fair and honest review The Pwcca and the Persian Boy, by Gus LiLuck has always favored Glyn, despite being homeless and robbing to survive and provide for his lover Farrokh When Farrokh goes missing, Glyn starts looking for him and finds out the reason why so many homeless women have disappeared This was a very enjoyable, well written story that grabbed my attention from beginning to end I really liked Glyn and while I would ve liked a HEA, we [...]


    9. Original review on Molly LollyFour stars overall This anthology was fabulous I enjoyed all of the stories and how each author took faeries and the Feary realm and made it their own It s a smaller anthology but it had pretty much everything I could want since I m such a huge fantasy, faery and magic fan Many of the stories had me wanting from the characters or ended in a way that made me think there could be sequels and that would definitely make me happy The Pwcca and the Persian Boy by Gus LiT [...]


    10. 4.5 starsI love find new authors by reading anthologies and I hadn t read anything by any of these authors before Myths Untold Faery, although being stories linked by a theme, are a group of quite different tales The Pwcca and the Persian Boy by Gus Li tells the story of Glyn and Farrokh although it is really Glyn s story I loved the world building in this, and the way the author explores reality and illusion Glyn tries to save those sucked in by illusion but is he really doing them a favour I l [...]


    11. Okay, I have to be honest, the only reason why I said yes to this because of Brandon Witt I simply can not get enough of his writing What I found after finishing the whole thing, that yes once again Mr Witt did not disappoint me, also that a couple of authors I ve enjoyed in the past have climbed up a notch or two and I have a new one to watch out for.These are not the HEA Princess and Prince tales These are darker, dangerous, edgy Nice changeAll four have a rip your heart out, moral side that w [...]


    12. Nice readThis was a good anthology.a little dark for fairy stories so be warnedhence the spellingbut I did enjoy the stories and hope the authors expand and make them novels.cially story 2 and 4ose were the best



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