Scheherazade 29

by Elizabeth Counihan (editor) | Science Fiction & Fantasy |
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Registered by wingdark-dracowing of Ledbury, Herefordshire United Kingdom on 7/10/2020
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Journal Entry 1 by wingdark-dracowing from Ledbury, Herefordshire United Kingdom on Friday, July 10, 2020
A great collection of gothic fantasy stories ... well worth the read. And all with lovely illustrations to help bring them to life.

The Storyteller by Beth Webb
A good rounded story with a twist on time-travel and the Black Death. One of those stories that you'd love to see expanded into a full novel.

The Eye by Alexander Glass
Loved this one - definitely a favourite. A brilliantly dark, clever twist on the Greek myth. This one had me wondering what had happened to create this 'creature' - what was her story and was anything ever done after?

A Teacher for Tassie by Cherith Baldry
A neat little fantasy that crams a lot of action into such a short piece. COuld easily see this as the first chapter of a much longer work.

Water, Fire & Ice by Ann Brock
Another favourite - the author's biog syas she is developing this into a novel and you can see why. There's a lot going on and the whole premise is intriguing.

Cinderella's New Shoes by Julia Hawkes-Moore
Hilarious - Prince Charming with a foot fetish? Well, that explains a lot. Love it!

A Dark Canal by Tony Richards
A decent enough origin story for Van Helsing's fight against Vampire's - nothing hugely original and no real surprises, but a good read nonetheless.

Still Yesterday by Jennifer Dayne
A bit confusing and hard to follow to be perfectly honest. I could feel what the author was trying to do, but wasn't sure it worked for me. Still ok, but not a story that leapt out for me.

Fairy Pipes by Gus Smith
Another hilarious take on the traditional fairy abduction theory - well, everyone likes hot running water ;)

Food for Thought by Glenn Stevens
I would probably classify this as horror/SF rather than fantasy - it's definitely got the Yick factor. There's a lot going on in and it's not easily understood - but it does get you thinking.

The Baby with the Golden Eyes by Martin McCrath
Another fairy abduction story, this one's got a bit of melancholy about it though, but does have a happy-ish ending. One of the better stories.

Journal Entry 2 by wingdark-dracowing at Peachfield Common in Malvern, Worcestershire United Kingdom on Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Released 2 mos ago (11/25/2020 UTC) at Peachfield Common in Malvern, Worcestershire United Kingdom

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Journal Entry 3 by wingAnonymousFinderwing at Malvern Hills, Worcestershire United Kingdom on Saturday, November 28, 2020
A bit dark for my age children, nice idea though.

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