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A Little Touch of Magic

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There are fairies. Someone has a tail. Must be a fairytale.

Rowan Finnegan's father is currently in jail for stabbing a police cruiser 14 times with a sword. This is just another example of what makes her family so nerve-wracking. Her father and three extraordinary aunts are fairies, but if the townspeople of Fairhaven, Oregon, find out the truth Rowan can only imagine that
Kindle Edition, 186 pages
Published February 9th 2021 by Woodneath Press
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So I hate fantasy, just not my genre at all. Then Rakestraw comes in with this beautifully written, incredibly smart fantasy and I am confused about my dislike of fantasy. How could I not love something so perfect?

Pretty sure it is fae propaganda though. You would have to fight me to not visit a faery's bakery after this.
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Marian Rakestraw was born in South Dakota, but has spent the vast majority of her life living everywhere else. After arriving in Topeka, she joined NaNoWriMo and took up the isolating, nerve-frying, confidence-rattling task of writing fiction as a fun way to meet new people. It worked wonderfully. Since then she has churned out 50,000 words for four consecutive Novembers and contributed to the Com ...more

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