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Jacquelyn and the Sparkly Emo Vampire Goat

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Who Needs a Fairy Godmother?

They say youngest daughters have a magic all their own. With six older sisters preparing for the next royal ball and a magical, talking goat on her hands, can Jacquelyn see that everyone gets their happy-ever-after?

40 pages, Paperback

Published June 27, 2017

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A.G. Carpenter

18 books45 followers
A.G. Carpenter writes fiction of (and for) all sorts. She's had Twitter fiction published at One Forty Fiction and Trapeze Magazine. Her short stories have appeared in Daily Science Fiction, Goldfish Grimm's Spicy Fiction Sushi, Abyss & Apex, and Stupefying Stories Showcase. Individual novelettes are available as eBooks through most electronic vendors.

She loves movies where things explode, strong tea with milk and sugar, and cool, gray days. Her favorite color is black.

Repped by Bob Mecoy.

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Author 12 books38 followers
July 14, 2017
When this author first told me the title of her book at LibertyCon 2017, I was wary. Very wary. However, when she told me that it was a fairy tale spoof of Jack and the Beanstalk combined with a satire of Twilight, I bought it immediately. Best five bucks I have ever spent! Read this aloud to my girlfriend and our nine-month-old, and we all loved it. Difficult to read in place because we could not stop laughing all the way through this madcap little jewel. My son loved Edward's voice, especially since it is written (and I read it) like The Count from Sesame Street. I highly recommend this delightfully fun tale to anyone of all ages. If you have a sense of humor, like fairy tales, and hate Twilight, this is the book for you!
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July 3, 2020
The premise of this book is quite fun
Though I am not sure why the author chose for a seeming twilight reference, nor why the goat has such a thick accent that is spelled out every time he talks.
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