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Book Launch Day: Potion: A Witchy Fairy Tale

Hi friends, Today, Aug 1, 2022, is Potion: A Witchy Fairy Tale’s launch day. It is available on Amazon (Free for Kindle Unlimited customers!) I’m thrilled with some of the early reviews the YA, retelling has received. It also has some great reviews on Goodreads. Mean Girls meet The Craft in this Contemporary Witchy Retelling …

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The Secret Ingredient has been added to the Potion.

Hi friends, Episode 48 of Potion: A Witchy Fairy Tale, is now available to read on Amazon. My kindle Vella series is a young adult, contemporary retelling with lots of witchy bitchy fun! The first 3 episodes are free so there is no obligation if it is not your vial of elixir. You can check …

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Potion Featured on “Marty’s First Look” You Tube

Hi friends, If you haven’t had a chance to check out my Kindle Vella Series, Potion, you can take a peek at Episode 1 on author Martin Shannon’s YouTube Channel, Marty’s First Look. He also gives a mini tour of Amazon’s new platform. While you’re there, check out his preview videos of other Vella stories. …

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Five Hundred Eight Ounces of Red Wine Parboiled with a Devil’s Bit Root has been added to the Potion.

Hi Friends, We are now up to episode 27 where Lucas’ mom tells him a secret about his dad who disappeared years earlier. If you haven’t had a chance to start the Kindle Vella series, clicking here will take you directly to Episode 1: Eight Sprigs of Thyme. BTW, each episode title is an ingredient …

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Supernatural Fairy Tales – Tenth Anniversary (Free for a limited time)

The first time I self-published Supernatural Fairy Tales, the eBook contained nine of my fairy tale inspired paranormal short stories. That was back in 2011, and the original cover is on the left. <– Most of these early stories were from my former blog where I would randomly pick a fairy tale and a supernatural …

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The Little Mermaid Inspired Short Story

His Soul Inspiration by Dorlana Vann “Have you read this?” My husband, Philip, held the book of fairy tales I had bought from a used bookstore for my niece’s ninth birthday. “Well, not that one, but I’ve read fairy tales before,” I said as I shut the door and stepped out of my heels. He …

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