Thinking of fun unicorn adventure books to give to those you love this season? I be tooting my own unicorn horn here.
Who doesn’t want to hear what would happen if a unicorn’s horn fell off. Main characters are teens. Who can forget being a teen?
Please consider giving one of these. Or the entire set of four books (with the first book being Book 0).
All books are available in print on Amazon and through Barnes & Noble as well as the BWL site below. There are limited links to each book on my Books Page of this website, but here is my Books We Love LLC Author Page, including all the many ebook stores: http://www.bookswelove.com/authors/carlson-s-l-ya-fantasy/
I reiterate: Happy reading! And sharing!
Dragons don’t like to be seen by humans, but they are quite egotistical. Found this dragon print on a beach at Warren Dunes in Michigan.
I believe. Do you?
Now to look for unicorn prints.
Unless you want to read about one. That is, a special War Unicorn, in The War Unicorn Chronicles.
For you unawares, tomorrow night’s meteor shower is called a unicorn meteor storm because it originates from the Greek constellation Monoceros, the unicorn, to the right of Orion.
There could be up to 40 “shooting stars” per hour. Here’s hoping for clear skies.
After a hike in the woods, I return home to inspect my photos with new eyes, rather like ghost hunters finding a face in a window unnoticed at the time.
Here is a picture I took on the edge of a creek. It sure looks like a beckoning portal to me, albeit miniature.
Perhaps you’ve come across other portals, unbeknownst to you. Would they whisk you to fantasy lands, lands which elves and dragons and unicorns simply call Home?
Keep your eyes and mind open, and look carefully over those photos you so innocently took. You, too, may come across a potential portal.
“…I can o’ersway him; for he loves to hear
That unicorns may be betray’d with trees,
And bears with glasses, elephants with holes,
Lions with toils and men with flatterers;
– William Shakespeare; Julius Caesar