I received the final copy of my new book, Famlaer – A New Beginning in an Old Land. I have decided to share with you another excerpt of my new book Famlaer – A New Beginning in an Old Land. I hope you like it and buy it at Amazon, … Continue reading →
The second in the Famlaer series is now available on Amazon in Kindle digital or paperback. Here is an excerpt from Famlaer 2 – A New Beginning in an Old Land:
Just then, she heard a noise behind her, and when she turned, a man was standing there with a dumbfounded look on his face. He was over six feet tall and wider than any human Lupin had ever seen. He was wearing a plaid shirt and grubby old jeans with suspenders and had a crew cut coloured with stripes of orange, purple and green. He couldn’t believe what he was seeing. Lupin froze for a few seconds but realized she needed to escape. The man was so large that he filled the doorway completely, leaving nowhere for Lupin to exit. He started swatting at her until he connected and whacked her to the floor.
It has taken a little over four years to complete the second book in the Famlaer series, but Famlaer 2 – A New Beginning in an Old Land has been published. You can order it from Amazon in digital (Kindle) or paperback.
Famlaer 2 – A New Beginning in an Old Land
Faeries have been in the world for hundreds of thousands of years. Famlaer is the very first faeryland, located in a remote part of the world. No human had ever been there, until it was discovered by Riohan Hamilton while travelling the world. Finding the first fairy was quite the experience. She was quite hesitant at first, but once she realized Rio wasn’t a threat, they got along fine. A few years after her visit with the faeries she was sitting in her backyard, when a Traefotolp (Garden Faery) with devastating news about Famlaer. Rio, without hesitation, hopped a plane, Pansy with her, to go help Famlaer. Famlaer is in danger of being demolished, but with a little help, they will go on an adventure. First, they must let Rio know they are in trouble and then find a suitable location for their new home. Their journey takes a few twists and turns, meeting up with unknown entities and some not-so-nice creatures. Not all of the Famlaer faeries on this journey are happy about leaving the only home they have ever known and do not want the help of a human. Enorial, the queen, must keep her subjects safe on this long journey with the help of her high-ranking fae, Grungi, Lupin, Rotark and Wonk. Join Famlaer on their journey to a new world.
I know it’s been a while, but I have been passionately working on a second edition of Famlaer the Real Faeryland and a second book in the series called Famlaer a New Home in an Old Land. I have just released the second edition, which has larger illustrations and a few extra descriptions. This first book is mainly a description of the faeries and the land they live in.
The next book, which will be out before the end of the year, is a story with lots of adventure as they travel to find their new home.
This is a character from my new book, Famlaer A New Beginning. At least, that is the title for now. I am hoping to have it published by the fall.
This is a Kitapelet, better known as the mind reader/communicator. This is a small exert from the book that describes what a Kitapelet is.
He yelled again, telling us to get out of there. Rio and Stew looked at each other and wondered how it was that they could understand this little creature and how they were able to hear him being that he was so small. The closer he got, the more they realized he wasn’t speaking at all because his mouth wasn’t moving, but they could hear him in their heads.
Rio took a chance and confronted him through her thoughts. How is it we can hear you, and why can I understand you? He finally landed on a branch near where they were all gathered at the edge of the forest.
He spoke in a perfect Scottish accent to Rio and said, through thought, “My name is Morg, and I am a Kitapelet. We can converse with anyone from anywhere. Although I must admit, we don’t get a lot of visitors coming through here, and I have never thought in this language before. Who are you, and why are you here?”