Saturday, December 28, 2013

Welcome to "Meet The Fairy!" (Luna)

"Hello everyone! I am reposting the first Meet the Fairy Interview for our new fans that got their free e-book of The McCory Chronicles: Katie McCory and the Dagger of Truth. You can see all of our meet the Fairy Interviews by clicking on the Meet the Fairy Tab in the menu bar. More interviews will be coming with the new year!

Our first guest is a very special fairy. She is well known in dreamland and has often aided The Sandman with his work. Without further delay please welcome Luna, The Moon Fairy, to our blog.

Shasta ~ "Hello Luna, we are so pleased to have you as a guest on our blog.

Luna ~ "I am very happy to be here Shasta. I really enjoy interacting with mortals. You know my daughter Arial lived amongst them for a very long time."

Shasta ~ "Yes, Luna, I have heard Arial's story, but we would like to know a little bit more about you. One of the questions I am being asked is what do you look like?"

Luna ~ "Well, I am a  petite, delicate looking fairy. I usually wear a shimmering silver gown made out of moonlight, but sometimes, I must confess, I like to wear midnight blue. It brings out the starlight in my eyes. I have lovely iridescent blue wings that aid me in my visits to mortal grounds. My hair is long and ebony in color. I have a very pale complexion. I am afraid moonlight does not give you a very good tan."  

Shasta~ "I think your pale skin looks gorgeous against your black hair. Tans are highly overrated.  Now let's get on to your next question. Mortals are very inquisitive creatures. Can you tell them how your magic works?

Luna ~ " It is really very simple. Moon Fairies glide on moonbeams into the dreams of mortals. Once there we can do many things. We can put suggestions into their heads, or we can give them intuitive dreams. We are the messengers of Fey."

Shasta ~ " That sounds so cool! Do the mortals have to be in their beds for you to come visit them?"

Luna ~ " Oh, my, no. They only have to be asleep. Sometimes if I have a very important message to deliver, I ask for the assistance of a Sandman. They are such lovely creatures and are always ready to give aid."

Shasta ~ I have heard that you travel with a companion. Can you tell us a little about her?"

Luna ~ You must be talking about my little sliver bird, Chipper. She is such a delightful little critter, but a little independent. Sometimes when I need her she tweets me several times before she comes to see if it is absolutely necessary."

Shasta ~ "Well all things Fey are a little independent, so we can't fault her for that. Do all fairies have animal helpers?"

Luna ~ "No, not really. The Fey animal is usually the one to form the bond, but once it is set, it is there for life. Which as you know in Fey is a very long time."

Shasta ~ " I am so happy you stopped by to visit with us. Luna. Would you be willing to answer any questions that our mortal visitors might have?"

Luna ~ " I was glad to stop by. It has been fun and yes, if I know the answer, I would be glad to answer their questions. 
Thank you for having me as your guest."

Shasta ~ "You have now met the first fairy that Katie visited with in Katie McCory and the Dagger of Truth. Wasn't she wonderful? If you have any further questions for Luna just post them in the comments below and I will get them to her. 

I leave you now with Fairy Blessings ~"

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

A Great Gift for the Holidays!

The McCory Chronicles:
Katie McCory and the Dagger of Truth  

A mysterious golden chest in Grams’s attic, a stained-glass window that never ages, and a strange dream. What do these three things have in common? MAGIC. This magic sends twins, Katie and Billy, and their two best friends on a quest into Fey in pursuit of a stolen talisman, The Dagger of Truth. In the hands of dark magic, this mighty talisman can be transformed into The Dagger of Malice and possess the power to destroy both Fey and mortal Earth. The friends are guided on their mission by four good fairies, a Brownie, Sun Fairy, Sphinx, and The Green Lady. Armed with magical weapons, gifted from the Dwarfs, they go in pursuit of the thief, a Soul Shrinker, and his mother the Queen of the Dark Fairies. Come along for the ride as “The Chosen Ones” step into an exotic land full of danger, magic and mystery.

You can purchase
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Katie McCory and the Dagger of Truth @

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Astra's Answer

Hi Everyone! How was your week? Mine was awesome! I got to visit with Katie while we waited for your answer to Astra's Riddle. We had sooo much fun!

I bet you want to know if you got the answer right. Well the answer to the question 
Where can you find an ocean without any water in it is ON A MAP!

I will be gone for the rest of the month, but when I came back I will have something NEW up on our blog for you! 

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Astras Mind Teaser

Hello! I am back with a new game for you. Astra enjoyed the trivia game soo much that she decided to have a riddle game this month.
In this game Astra will ask a riddle and you will have to figure out the answer.

And this time Katie is bringing the questions in from Astra. Here is Katie now with your first riddle ~

Q: Where can you find an ocean without any water?

If you know the answer ~ post it in the comments below.
Good Luck!!!! 

Monday, November 4, 2013


Our sale is over, but our fun is not. Look for something new here Wednesday! 
We are having Fun in Fey!
 You can still purchase 
The McCory Chronicles:
Katie McCory and the Dagger of Truth Kindle @
& Paperback@

Friday, November 1, 2013

Whoo Hoo! Our contest winner is Jo Boland!!!

Congratulations Bo! 

Don't forget we are also having a sale! Today and all through the weekend The McCory Chronicles:
Katie McCory and the Dagger of Truth is on sale for just .99! Go Get Yours Now!

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Contest Time!

Guess what everyone! It is time to play THE KATIE EXCERPT GAME! For the last month I have posted Scary Excerpts from THE McCORY CHRONICLES: KATIE McCORY AND THE DAGGER OF TRUTH.
Here is your question:
What sound caused the children in the attic to become transfixed on Halloween Night?
The contest will end at midnight Halloween Night.
Everyone who post the right answer will be put in a drawing for these Beautiful, Magical, Tarot Cards!

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Katie Excerpt (The Valley of The Cursed)

Hello! Here is another  excerpt from The McCory Chronicles: Katie McCory and the Dagger of Truth ~ This one sends shivers down my spine....

 The group huddled closer together. All of their inner spirits were warning them that danger was unavoidable. None of them had noticed a dark shadow which had been following them since the tunnel opening. It had slithered on the walls and ceiling, hidden in the cracks and corners, and now crept behind them on the dusty floor, blending in with their own shadows. Slowly, it crept under their feet. It reached Katie and started up her leg but sensing The Dagger of Justice in her robe, it dove deep into the ground. It surfaced again under Ariel and smiled to itself. Yes, this one would do, it thought. The dark being slowly reached up and grabbed Ariel’s heart. Ariel gasped and fell to the ground.

            “Ariel!” cried Katie, falling to her knees beside her friend. “What’s wrong?”

            Ariel couldn’t speak. Her hands were as cold as ice, and her skin was starting to turn gray. She clutched her chest holding Omar’s feather in her hand. Her eyes were vacant, lifeless. She stared into the darkness in some kind of trance.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Scary October (Excerpt 3)

It is that spooky day again, Spooky Wednesday! This week's excerpt from Katie McCory and the Dagger of Truth is not only scary but quite smelly also, so you might want to hold your nose while reading this one.

Billy stepped up to the rock. “After fighting that Raven, I am ready for anything,” he said.
            He stepped onto the rock and found himself facing an enormous green egg. It reeked with the smell of rot. He pinched his nose shut and walked toward the egg to examine it more closely. The egg began to crack and shake, then it exploded. Large pieces of shell flew to the ground. Billy dodged, barely avoiding getting clobbered by an extremely slimy piece. Next, a grotesque monster emerged from the shell. Its body was scaly, green and yellow, and oozed with a brown, repugnant fluid. It had small horns sprouting from its head and a large, gruesome nose with boogers dangling from the nostrils. Its eyes were bloodshot, red, and narrow. The monster’s hands were bird -like with long sharp claws protruding from the ends. Its legs were short and stout with feet resembling a lizard’s. It spit rancid meat from its mouth at Billy.
            “What are you supposed to be?” asked Billy, gagging at the putrid smell.
            The monster didn’t answer. It glared at Billy and threw a spitball of rotten fluid in his direction. 
 Written By: C.L.Collar

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Scary October (Excerpt 2)

Scary October Excerpt #2
From Katie McCory and The Dagger of Truth

Katie drew her dagger and ducked into the hole Donnie had made in the bushes. She could barely see the path he had cut with his sword. Vicious vines and barbed bushes were growing rapidly. She had to hurry, or the forest would soon swallow up his trail. She worked her way down the path, using her dagger to cut the forest as it grew before her. Finally, she came to a small clearing. A milk-white horse nickered by a small pond. Its ears were red, plainly marking it as a fairy animal. It raised its head and stared at Katie with piercing, red eyes.

“Donnie, are you here?” yelled Katie. “Elder said you were in danger. Tell me where you are.” 

Katie heard a trill of laughter from the trees, just beyond the horse. She saw a flash of red hair darting through the bushes and then spied Donnie following the spirit. As she started toward the trees, the fairy horse put back her ears, flared her nostrils, and stomped the ground. 

Katie grasped her dagger and faced the angry animal. The horse reared high, its powerful hooves pawing at Katie. Katie fell backward, hitting the ground hard. The horse was right above her, its eyes and nostrils flaring. It reared again, its bright eyes burning red. Katie saw sharp hooves coming toward her and raised shaking hands to protect her face.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Scary October! (Excerpt 1)

Katie McCory and the Dagger of Truth
                                       Scary Excerpt (1)

“Donnie, are you possessed? You’re being awful quiet.” Katie chided.

            Donnie didn’t move.  Katie looked closer.  “Surely you aren’t mad about the cards are you? If you are, you can just get over it.  No one played any joke on you. It was probably one of Great Grandpa’s tricks. I found those cards up here in the attic, and it sounds just like something he would do.”

            Donnie still didn’t respond. Katie shoved her chair away from the table and stomped over to Donnie’s seat. She had her hands on her hips and was about to give him a good chewing out when she heard Grams’s grandfather clock strike the last dong of midnight. Oh! No!  She had completely forgotten about the chest. She stopped suddenly and looked at Donnie’s face. His charcoal eyes were staring at something. Katie followed their path to the octagon window. There she gasped in disbelief. The window had come to life. The green knight had turned to face them.  He was pointing his lance directly at the ancient chest, and his horse’s eyes were blazing red. The blue blanket flew into the corner of the room. The lance encompassed the chest with a golden ray, giving it a lustrous radiance. Ariel and Billy were also staring at the sight. Katie yelled at them to follow her downstairs. They all continued to stare at the chest. She grabbed Donnie’s arm and pleaded for him to follow her downstairs, but Donnie didn’t budge.  She ran to Billy and Ariel and tried to push them toward the door. It was as if their feet were cemented to the attic floor. Then looking at their transfixed eyes, Katie realized it was too late. They were all doomed.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Meet The Fairy (Astra & Omar)

Hi there all of you special people out in Mortal Land! 
It is Wednesday and I am back with another episode of Meet The Fairy.

Today we have the privilege to meet Astra. Astra is a Sphinx and belongs to one of the oldest families of Fey and as a special treat her old friend Omar has generously decided to come with her.

Here they are, Astra, The Sphinx, and her every knowing friend Owl, Omar!

Astra ~ My my my this is so exciting! Omar and I are so anxious to have our visit with the mortal ones. Hello everyone, may you be blessed with the knowledge which comes before you.

Shasta ~ Oh Astra, just like you to start off the interview with a riddle. Now you will have everyone wondering what in the world you were talking about. lol

Astra ~ It is very simple; I have blessed them all with the knowledge of their ancestors.

Now I am ready to answer any questions they may have.

Shasta ~ Okay. Here is your first question. The Mortals would like to know just what a Sphinx is.

Astra ~ Sphinx are seers. We see into the future. We also see inside the soul and what needs to be altered to make that being's life more meaningful. We are the questions you hear in your head when a problem needs to be solved.

Shasta ~ That sounds very mysterious. How do you help someone alter their life?

Astra ~ We, Sphinx will always answer the questions that hold captive your mind, but we will answer them in our own time and in our own way. Usually the way is in the form of a riddle, rhyme or simple test of intuition. For knowledge can only be gained through valiant effort.

Shasta ~ So, the way you help is to make beings think out their problem. Is that correct?

Omar ~ Hoot! Hoot! Hooo Hoot Hoot.

Astra ~ Omar says, yes you are right, but in order to do this each being must learn to listen to and trust it's Spirit which lives Within.

Shasta ~ What do you mean? What Spirit that lives Within?

Omar ~ Hoot Hooo Hooot?

Astra ~ Omar cannot believe that you do not know of this spirit, Shasta. He thought every Fey being knew of it. The Spirit which dwells within is the one mortals refer to as intuition. They acknowledge it in there animal beings, but forget that they are of the same family and therefore posses it also.

Shasta ~ Wow, I never knew that mortals and their animals were from the same family. Our audience never told me that. Shame on you mortals. lol.  But seriously, Astra, you cannot place a human in the same family as a, well let's say a mouse for instance.

Astra ~ In this respect yes I can, for a mouse has the same inner spirit as a mortal human. He just listens to his more often. That is how he knows when to run away and when it is safe for him to stay and feed.

Shasta ~ Well, we will let the mortals all dwell on that little piece of information while we find out a little more about you. Can you tell the mortals what you look like? They are very confused on this matter.

Astra ~ As well they should be, because we take on many forms. We were fond of the body of a lion with a human head form in ancient Egypt, but that died out with the fall of the empire. Later we decided that form was much too intimidating to mortals so we decided that each of us would chose our own shape and form.

Shasta ~ Can you tell our audience what form you decided to take and why you have chosen this form.

Astra ~ I have chosen my legs to be those of the deer for they are sure and fast when flight is needed. My head and rest of my body are those of a woman, which is the symbol of renewal and birth. I embrace the long tail of the lion for balance and take on the wings of the eagle for strength. A crown of many colored lights encircles my head to keep it every clear yet ever wondering.

Shasta ~ It sounds like you have thought of everything. How clever of you. Okay, one last question before I let you and Omar go. What was the question the first Sphinx asked before allowing passage into her temple?

Astra ~ It is a very easy, yet hard question. Here it is "Which creature has one voice and yet becomes four-footed and two-footed and three-footed?"

Shasta ~ And the answer is?

Astra ~ We will let our very intelligent audience find the answer on their own. I do think that would be better, do not you?

Shasta ~ Okay, sounds good to me. Let's make a game out of it. If you know the answer to the Sphinx's riddle please post it in the comments below. Everyone with the right answer will get put in a drawing for a very special gift from the Sphinx herself. The game will end next Tuesday Night at Midnight!

Astra ~ Excellent! Omar and I will go in search of a prize everyone will enjoy.

Omar~ Hoot! Hoot!

Shasta ~ Thank you both so much for coming and a big thank you to each of you wonderful mortals out there for joining us for this interview. Don't forget to answer the Sphinx's question. Here it is again ~

"Which creature has one voice and yet becomes four-footed and two-footed and three-footed?"

I can't wait to see your answers!

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Meet The Fairy (Willowood)

Hello everyone out there in Mortal Land!

It is Wednesday and you know what that means! It means it is time to Meet The fairy!

Today we are going to meet a very illusive fairy. She is very shy and very claustrophobic, so instead of doing her interview here in my office, we are going to meet her in her forest.
You all are in for a real treat. Today you get to meet Willowood ~ The Green Lady of the Forest.

Willowood has a place all set up for us in this clearing. Just pull up a log and make yourself comfortable. I see her coming now. She is in her squirrel form right now, but she will transform into her elegant self before the interview.

Shasta ~ Hello Willowood. How are you this fine day? Oh now don't be shy. These nice mortals just want to learn a little more about you and your forest magic. Come on, shift shape for me please.

Willowood ~ Alright, but let's make this as short as possible. I really do not like all of this attention directed at me. I do appreciate you coming to my forest to do this interview. I would never have been able to endure being stuck inside with all those walls around me.

Shasta ~ No problem at all, Willowood. It was nice of you to invite us into your realm. It is so beautiful here.

Willowood ~ It is, isn't it. Nothing is as nice as being out in nature amongst all her beauty and animals. Now what is it that you want to know?

Shasta ~ Okay, let's get started. First the mortals want to know what you look like.

Willowood ~ Well, most of the time I look like I do now. I am tall and thin, with green skin and wild and carefree dark green hair. I usually adorn it with berries and twigs from my forest. My dress is formed from all of the leaves in my realm and changes as they do through the seasons. We celebrate every season except winter. Winter is not allowed in my realm.

Shasta ~ I don't think the mortals know that winter is not allowed in very many of the realms in Fey. They cannot control the weather, so they have to endure the cold, whether they like it or not.

Willowood ~ That is so sad. I could not bear to see the dying of my gorgeous trees and bushes, not to mention the hardship that would be placed on my wonderful woodland creatures. I am so sorry they have to endure this harsh season.

Shasta ~ It is okay, Willowood. They are mortals and know how to adapt and even enjoy the cold weather. Now our next question. They would like to know why you shape shift?

Willowood ~ Well, that is quite simple. I can travel through the forest more quickly as a squirrel. It is also a very good way to keep out of sight of anyone who wishes to do me harm. I love my squirrel form. It brings me closer to the animals in my realm.

Shasta ~ That is a very good point. I never thought of that. But can't you just disappear and travel by air like most fairies do? 

Willowood ~ Oh, no. I am a land spirit. I must always have at least on paw or foot on something that is connected to the ground. The soil is my life source.

Shasta ~ I see. That does make sense. Can you tell our inquisitive audience out there in Blogland how your magic works?

Willowood ~Hmmm. Let's see, my magic is drawn from the forest. I can command anything in my forest to do my bidding, but that is not ever needed. I take care of all of the trees, animals and anything else that lives in my realm, so they naturally come to my aid whenever it is needed. The Druids use my trees to pass information all around Fey. They are my closest friends. 

Shasta ~ So how would this magic be used?

Willowood ~ When the forest is brought to life, it can be a very ominous place to be. The trees and vines can trip or capture you. The rivers and streams can overflow and swallow you up. All of the animals can come together to capture you and keep you contained until your fate has been decided. This is where the old saying that mortals know too well comes from, It is Not Wise to try to Fool Mother Nature. But my forest can be very helpful to those who are true of heart.

Shasta ~ How is this so?

Willowood ~  My forest contains many helpful fairies such as Nymphs, Oakmen and Water Sprites. Their magic can heal wounds, and clear paths for those they want to help. Also, many fruits and berries of my realm carry magical powers. You just have to know which ones are good and which ones are not. Some of my berries even choose who they deem worthy of their powers, by killing those who they do not like and giving their gift of magic to those they do. The forest is a very complicated place to live.

Shasta ~ That is very interesting and a little scary. The mortals don't think it is a place they would like to visit.

Willowood ~ They would be fine as long as they learned to talk to the trees through their Druids. The Druids are very old and very wise. They know every secret the forest has. 

Shasta~ But how does a mortal learn to talk to a druid, Willowwood?

Willowood ~ I am so sorry, but I have to go now. The rabbits are calling for my help. It is probably another one of those ugly, nasty goblins trying to catch them for his dinner. Just wait till I get my hands on him. I will send him so far into the desert, he won't ever find his way out.

Shasta ~ But, Willowood, the mortals need to know how to talk to the Druids.

Willowood ~ Tell them to read the book 'The McCory Chronicles ~ Katie McCory and the Dagger of Truth. It is all explained in there. I really must go. 

Shasta ~ Bye, Willowood. Thanks for the interview. We all hope your sweet little bunnies are safe. My, you do travel fast as a squirrel.

Well, that was quite exciting. I sure hope that she makes it there in time. Wasn't that a fun interview? If you have any questions for Willowood that we didn't answer here just post them in the comments below and I will do my best to get you your answers. Right now I think I will try to follow her and see what happens. TTFN

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Meet The Fairy (Jackel)

Meet The Fairy
Whoo Hooo! It is time to meet another fairy from The McCory Chronicles ~ Katie McCory and the Dagger of Truth.  This fairy tries to act mean and tough, but he is really as cuddly has a little ol' teddy bear. So now without further ado ~ Herrre's Jackel.

Shasta ~ Hi Jackel. It is so good to see you again. Thank you so much for agreeing to do this interview.

Jackel ~ It's good to see you too, Shasta. No problem at all. Now where is that warm knuckle cake you promised me?

Shasta ~ We will get to that in just a few minutes. It would be hard for you to answer my questions with your mouth full of food, but here is your milk, fresh from the cow, just as you requested.

Jackel ~ Humph, Okay. But there had better be some cake waiting for me after the interview or I will put a hex on this place. You know us, Brownies don't like people goin' back on their promises.

Shasta ~ Yes, Jackel. I am very well aware of that, but our mortal audience doesn't know anything about Brownies. We were hoping you could enlighten them with your vast knowledge.

Jackel~ Well, I have had a lot of experience. You learn more than you want to know about everything when you have lived over one thousand years. What do you want to know?

Shasta ~ All right. Here is your first question. How big is a Brownie?

Jackel ~ Ha! Ha! That is a good one. Most Brownies are small. They prefer it that way so they can go undetected when they are in a mortal's home. They don't want mortals to see 'em and start asking 'em to do more chores. Then you have my type of Brownie. We help the farmers out in the field with their crops. We can be any size we choose, like most fairies, but our average height is about four foot.

Shasta~ That is very interesting. Now can you tell us what kind of magic does a Brownie do, Jackel?

Jackel ~ We do so many things that is very hard to answer. We like to make things and keep things tidy. As Brownies we have the magical power to get things done in the blink of an eye. We can be very helpful if treated properly. Speaking of being treated properly, how about a piece of that cake you promised me?

Shasta ~ Just a bite, then I have another question for you. Here you go.

Jackel ~ Mmmm, That is so good! Let's get on to the next question so I can have it all.

Shasta ~ You can have it all when we have finished the interview. Remember, that is what we agreed on.

Jackel ~ Humph! Ask 'em then, while I drink my milk.

Shasta ~ If your magic is to help people, then why would anyone be afraid of you?

Jackel ~ Because, if we don't get our payment like for example cake, or are treated badly, then we become very angry and very dangerous. We have many hexes and tricks that we use on anyone or anything that pisses us off. I am not allowed to tell you exactly what they are. It is forbidden by the  Brownie vow. 

Shasta ~ One last question before we end. Can you give the mortals out there a description of yourself? 

Jackel ~ Why of course, if it will get me my cake. I am covered with matted brown fur. My eyes are narrow, yellow and slanted. I have arms that are as long as my legs, so I can grab ya quickly if I want to. I usually wear a pointed hat which covers my pointed ears and a long sleeved jacket with a belt.
My shoes vary with my work.

Shasta ~ Oh thank you Jackel! That was an excellent description. I'm sure all of the mortals out there in blog land can now picture you perfectly.

Jackel ~ Yes, I am quite accomplished in the art of description. Now, about that cake and I do hope you have more of that milk, warm from the cow, ready for me too.

Shasta ~ Tisk, tisk, Jackel. You have forgotten your manners. As soon as you say goodbye to our guests you can have all of the cake and milk you desire.

Jackel ~ Humph! Well then, Goodbye to all of you mortals out there. You should really just go read the book. You know the one that I star in, Katie McCory and the Dagger of Truth, and then I wouldn't have to explain everything to ya. I'm goin' to eat my cake now. Then take a little nap before I go home. So don't bother me anymore.

Shasta ~ Thank you Jackel. That was sooo much fun. If any of you has a question for Jackel please post it in the comments below, but you might want to leave some cake and milk with your question. browniescanbesotempermental. 

Monday, September 9, 2013



It is time to play a game. Can you tell me what color Luna's hair is? You can answer in the comments below. Everyone to post the right answer here and on Author C.L. Collar's fb page will be in a drawing for a special surprise Gift. The game ends Wednesday with the posting of a new "Meet the Fairy" interview.
 Having Fun in Fey!

Friday, August 30, 2013


Helloooo! I am back with some exciting news! 
Starting Wednesday, Sept. 4th, I will start featuring all of the fairies in Katie McCory and the Dagger of Truth on my blog. It will be called Meet the Fairy. Each Wednesday I will interview a fairy from the book so you can learn more about them and their magic. And guess what else? You can ask them questions also in the comments. Then on Mondays, we will play a game about the blog and you can win a surprise gift!
This is sooo exciting! I can't wait!

Saturday, August 17, 2013

The McCory Chronicles : Katie McCory and the Dagger of Truth

Hi Everyone and welcome to 
The McCory Chronicles
Official Blog!

Just look at what I have done! I have created a new blog just for The McCory Chronicles! This way I can keep you posted on what is going on with the series and we can continue to play fun games while C.L. Collar tells you about all of her other endeavors on her blog (and maybe I won't get into so much trouble.)
We are going to have so much fun! This blog will also be kid friendly so you can share it with all of your kids. I plan to have some special games just for them later on.
Please let me know if you like it! We fairies need lots of praise and guess what? We give gifts to those who are kind to us in the comments below!
I have to go now! I have soooo much planning to do!
~~~~~~~~~Leaving you with Fairy Blessings ~~~~~~~~~