Monday, March 22, 2010

Faery Rebels by R.J. Anderson



I have got to meet the lady who wrote this book. I enjoyed it thoroughly and have in mind one of my young teens to give it to.

Here are a series of questions that are answered in the book:

Of what importance is a fairy's real name?

What happens when you tell a fairy thank you?

What happened to the artist and the poet who became intimately acquainted with fairies?

Why has all creativity vanished from the faery clan living in The Oak?






Here is the Amazon link:
More about the author:
Author Web site - http://www.rj-anderson.com/
Author blog - http://rj-anderson.livejournal.com/
Twitter - http://twitter.com/rj_anderson

4 comments:

Rebecca LuElla Miller said...

I love your set of questions. That should stir up some curiosity. Glad you like the story, Donita.

Becky

sally apokedak said...

I loved the story, too. If you ever do get to meet her, can I be a fly on the wall? I'd love to listen in as you two chit-chatted.

Araken said...

Sounds good

R.J. Anderson said...

Thanks for your posts, Donita! I'd love to sit down and chat with the CSFF folks some day, too! (And my apologies for letting you down on that interview. Thanks for rising to the occasion on such short notice and finding things to post about anyway.)

May the Lord bless you as you continue to write and sell your own books!