Famlaer – The real faeryland, another sneak-peak.

Famlaer is a book about faeries. It’s mainly introducing the community and how they are created. It is more description than story at this point. My next book will be more story-like but still lots of introduction and descriptions of faeries not mentioned in the first book.   

In the meantime, I’d like you to meet Naldoow, the forest keeper. He is one of my favourite drawings. I thought it would be fun to make a faery look like an old hippy rocker. He is just one of many fun and unusual characters in Famlaer – The real faeryland.

This little fellow is the oldest looking of all the faeries. They are always male, they live to be 98 years old, and there are at least five around at all times. They live in the trees, making them the highest flyers of the whole of Faeryland. They fly to the tops of the tallest trees, acting a little like a scout watching for problems. The forest keeper has an overly humungous head but sports a small body, hands and feet. Quite out of proportion. Although he looks old, he’s actually one of the most energetic faeries. They always have a scowl on their face but have a wonderful sense of humour and for the most part, are quite happy. He resembles what we call a hippy from the sixties.


Famlaer paperback is available on Amazon.com for $9.95 US, $13.20 CA as well as UK, DE, FR, ES, IT AND JP. If you would rather read a digital copy it’s available for $4.98 US on all the same as above plus NL, CA, MX, AU AND IN. (the digital version is not available in mobi or epub, but can be read on your phone, tablet or computer using free readers that can be downloaded through Amazon or your mobile market)

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A world of faeries you never knew about.

Fairies, they’ve been in the world for hundreds of thousands of years. Famlaer is the very first fairyland, located in a remote part of the world. No human has ever been there, until now. I discovered Famlaer quite by accident while travelling around the world. Finding the first fairy was quite the experience. She was quite hesitant at first, but once she realized I wasn’t a threat we got along fine. The real adventure started right after this encounter. I learned so much about the life of the fairies and this is why I decided to write about how they come into this world, the many types and sizes of fairies and where they live.

Just a few images from Famlaer – The real faeryland.

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Egnuf – The Mushroom Faery

Egnuf – The Mushroom Faery

Yeneb Shroom
Yimij Shroom

This is just one of the faeries you’ll see in Famlaer – The real faeryland, my new illustrated book. I hope you enjoy and visit Amazon to get your copy of my book in paperback or digital.

More commonly known as Shrooms in Faeryland. These little guys love mushrooms. Their village which is called Egnumlaer has every variety of mushroom you can imagine. They pick edible mushrooms every day to add to meals, the rest are just there to look at and have fun with. Some of the mushrooms are considered to be shroom helpers. They have a face and can talk. The faeries will sit on top of them and have little chats. They are called Sugnufs. The only thing is, the Snugnuf is stationary like a typical mushroom so the shrooms must always go to them for play time.
Mushroom faeries are always created in sets of two. The shrooms shown in the illustrations are named Yeneb and Yimij. They look identical until you look a little closer and notice that the eyes and wings are different colours.

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