It all started with a dream. Three young fairies were playing and laughing in the woods as they often did. They decided to call on the goddess to show them what was coming.
In a light-hearted way, they began to chant amo way way, molita no amo yay. No sooner had they said this when one of the fairies fell into a terrifying vision, within moments it was real.
In Terri Atwell’s novel Blood is a Precious Thing you’ll get to know these sister fairies, meet their friends and find out who their enemy is.
You’ll gain a new perspective of fairies. In this adventure, you’ll find their story intriguing and compelling.
Sometimes you’ll laugh other times you’ll find yourself crying. This story brings emotion to the surface with love, hate, passion and the close ties of family.
You’ll get to know Tansa and her sisters as the events of this story unfold; each of the girls with their own pain, joy, and desire.
Their strengths and weaknesses will be revealed, and you’ll find out how a dark fairy is born. You’ll be a part of their adventure both the good and the bad.
Their adventure was inspired by a dream Terri had about the sisters. This dream stuck with her, it was a call from creativity itself.
It was a vivid experience for Terri as she pondered on what it meant and what the characters wanted to tell her. They didn’t want to stay trapped in the dream world they wanted their story to be told.
She continued to think about the sisters and knew she would write a book. About a year later she had the dream again, but this time she was trying to find them. Now she shares their story with you.
From Dream to Story
Tansa stood at the window watching the rain, heavy and pounding like the Gods needed to get the job done before they ran out of time.
Bolts of lightning ripped across the sky, and thunder rattled the glass. The fearsome storm mirrored the mixture of grief and rage she felt since hearing of her sister’s death.
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The book image above is the one this blog is about, written by Terri Atwell