I’m super excited to announce that WDM Publishing has released Faery Collectible (a collection of 3 tales chronicling Claire & Roddy’s continuing adventures) in both digital and print editions!
by Deb Logan
Audience: Fantasy | Teen | Collection
This collection contains three tales that continue the adventure begun in Faery Unexpected. In the first story, Faery Beautiful, we learn how Princess Rhiannon and Eoin the Strong met and began the saga. In Faery Unpredictable, Claire and Roddy return to the Realm of Faery for the Christmas holidays and fall victim to the intrigue and plots of King Alberic’s High Court. And finally, in Lexie’s Choice, Claire’s BFF, Lexie Davis takes center stage, proving that sidekick’s can have adventures too!
I’m so excited to see this story out in the world! It’s been rolling around in the back of my mind since I first sent Faery Unexpected‘s manuscript to my agent in NYC … and that’s been a while 😀
I hope you’ll enjoy Claire & Roddy’s next adventure: Faery Unpredictable!
Claire Murray, a real live faery princess, is spending her first midwinter holiday with her many-times-removed grandfather, the King of Faery. When her best friend Roddy, the Prince of Winter, is accused of stealing the Wyrd Stone, a magical artifact that governs the turning of the seasons, Claire must discover the real culprit before the all important celebration of the Festival of Alban Arthan. Can she clear her friend’s name before he’s banished from Faery … forever!
I’m really excited to announce that my latest short story is now available from all your favorite e-book distributors! “The Worst Summer Vacation Ever” was a blast to write, and based on a real lake house that I visited in NY State’s Finger Lakes region many years ago. Of course, no one died in that house (at least, not that I know of!), but it was fun to set my YA paranormal mystery/romance there.
Here’s the information:
Amanda Baines loves her family. Really. Even her younger siblings, the rug rats. But when her parents take all her carefully crafted summer plans and blow them straight to … well someplace even hotter than Oklahoma in July, she is definitely not a happy camper. Spending the summer at the lake house her father had frequented as a child is SO not what she had planned. Especially not when said house is totally secluded and offers no modern conveniences. Not even an indoor toilet! Will Amanda survive an unplugged summer in a creepy old house that seems to be watching her like a beast of prey?