I finished the puzzle yesterday but it’s missing one of its pieces It’s not on the floor or under the door or in the couch cushion creases Where oh where oh where did it go? Where oh where oh where could it be? One thing for sure without any doubt it can’t be in snow […]
Look at this room It’s not a mess How often must I tell you to tear your dress? Look at your hands Not a finger missing You think a 2 eared head is worth me kissing? Unshape now Get rid of that nose If you want to play in the tombstone rows
This self-deprecating yellow owl has worked her way into the story of NUTH, although she doesn’t think she’s worth it.
Soon to join her relatives over there on the right is the cover for The Snows of Charborr Forest, #8 in the middle grade fantasy ebook series, The Bekka Chronicles, from Wild Child Publishing.
In the blue dimension are beddysnakes like this. Most of them live in a place called Slender Village. This particular blue beddysnake, however, might just be a villain plotting the destruction of Earth.
The job of NUTH, my jesterbeast heroine who on Earth was 9 year old Andrea Babbit, is to collect these stones, one from each dimension she visits. Why? Somehow they will save the planet Earth from destruction.