Wednesday, December 31, 2014

FAIRY TALE FUSION - BY A. F. STEWART - WILL MAKE YOU RETHINK FAIRY TALES!




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Fairy Tale Fusion, by A. F. Stewart, will make you rethink everything you've ever believed about Fairy Tales. But then again, her Fairy Tales are for adults and not children. Children have their own Fairy Tales. The older generation needs some too.

If you look at A. F. 's Amazon bio below, you will see she has a most interesting assortment of tales in different genres. All her stories look to be quite fascinating. Methinks I need to check out more of her great work. Ruined City is talking to me saying, "Read me."

Her Amazon Author Page is  http://www.amazon.com/A.-F.-Stewart/e/B00653FUOW/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_pop_1 Give it a peek!

A. F. Stewart could very well be your new favorite author.


Blaze McRob


Book Description

October 19, 2013
Welcome to Fairy Tale Fusion.
Where things get messy in the Riding Hood.

What if the characters in Fairy Tales were real? What if they lived in Fairyland, a place not too dissimilar to ours, next to Wonderland and down the street from Camelot?

Meet Detective Piper, member of the Fairyland Metro Police. His job, to ferret out the suspects and investigate crime on the streets and in the lanes of Fairyland. Along with Officer Simon, he’s hard at work, searching for a missing pumpkin, hunting for an arsonist, wondering what the future holds in a series of crystal ball robberies, and dealing with spells, curses and other strange happenings.

His cases, and others like them, are the headlines of the day, brought to you by FTN news anchors Spider Bramble and Aurora Gossamer, with entertainment correspondent Lucinda Lovedust and reporter Chip Charming. Keep up-to-date on the latest information out of Fairyland and its adjacent suburbs, and the recent hubbub with trolls, princesses, fairies and their ilk.

And when you are done dancing with Cinderella and her cronies, open the lid of a very scary toy box to find where children’s nightmares begin... and end, badly.

And remember, always be nice to your Fairy Godmother.

5.0 out of 5 stars Funny and Creative April 19, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Have you ever wondered about what happened to all of our nursery rhyme characters? All of the stories ended with "They lived happily ever after" but is that true. Well, according to A. F. Stewart and the story land reporters, along with the story land police, that wasn't really the case.

Do you remember Alice who went to Wonderland? Well, there was a grand wedding of the Mad Hatter and Alice last Sunday. It was a stunning affair, utilizing a red and white wedding theme with a playing card motif. The bride looked dazzling in a crystal encrusted white dress with cap sleeves, offset with a red embroidered sash. Bridesmaids included the bride's sister, the Duchess, and the Cheshire Cat. The best man was the White Rabbit.

Have you ever wondered what ever happened to The Three Little Pigs? Well, according to reporters Spider Bramble and Aurora Gossamer with the Fairyland news, there appears to be a manhunt for the First Little Pig, in connection with a tragic domestic incident that left the other two Pig brothers butchered. A late night dispute, over what seemed to have been long simmering family grievances, went terribly wrong, resulting in the stabbing death of two of the brother Pig.

And what ever happened to the Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe? She went missing fourteen days ago, after apparently suffering a nervous breakdown. This is the latest in a string of mishaps, including her arrest on drug charges and the removal of her children into foster care by Child Services. The Fairyland Police tracked her down and evidently found her trying to make a size 12 Oxford loafer her new home. She is now undergoing psychiatric observation and rehab.

To my surprise, and I'm sure yours too, there apparently wasn't a Happily Ever After for these beloved childhood characters. Fairy Tale Fusion will take you back in memories as you find out what really happened to Red Riding Hood and the Wolf, Tom Piper, Sleeping Beauty and even Beauty and the Beast.

I've read other books written by A. F. Stewart and enjoyed them and this book was just as enjoyable. Her version of these bedtime stories are not exactly great for children but they sure did give me a chuckle and I think it will you too.

A. F. Stewart

A. F. Stewart
A. F. Stewart was born and raised in Nova Scotia, Canada, and still calls it home. She has always had an overly creative mind, and an active imagination. She is fond of good books (especially science fiction/fantasy), action movies, and oil painting as a hobby.
Ms. Stewart has been writing for several years, her main focus being in the fantasy genre. She also has a great interest in history and mythology, often working those themes into her books and stories. She has authored and published several books, including Fairy Tale Fusion, Gothic Cavalcade, Ruined City, Killers and Demons, Chronicles of the Undead, and Reflections of Poetry.
Her stories have been published in the charity anthologies, Coffin Hop: Death by Drive-In, Christmas Lites III, and the upcoming Christmas Lites IV, as well as in Mechanized Masterpieces: A Steampunk Anthology published by Xchyler Publishing. Another story, Grail Days, appears in the Xchyler Publishing anthology, Legends and Lore.

2 comments:

  1. My pleasure, A. F. Stewart! You wrote some great books. Keep them coming!

    Blaze

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