(I think this post escaped the Push Publish Button last week. So sorry!)
Here is another Unicorn Quote of the Day for you:
“Then what is magic for? What use is wizardry if it cannot save a Unicorn?”
– Peter S. Beagle; The Last Unicorn
A “nice”, wintery unicorn tale.
“The unicorn,” she said, “was a marvelous beast, shining with honor, wisdom and strength. Just to see him strengthened the soul.”
– Megan Lindholm; The Unicorn in the Maze
And I concur with this sentiment exactly. ~ S.L. Carlson
Just saying. Hugging with her mane.
Since moving to a new state (Wisconsin) last fall, still exploring the woods for my favorite mythical animal. Unicorns, of course!!!!!!!!
A war unicorn mare, lost for 300 years, found by a 14-year old apple farmer — both looking for their places in a troubled and uncertain world of magic.
All 4 books in The War Unicorn Chronicles are free today and tomorrow. (Click each title for correct price — Can’t ever beat this price!!!)
I’ve seen unicorns in the sky, but couldn’t decide if this was a bat or a dragon. I’m voting dragon. Just because.
Unicorns must eat as well, you know. So Thanksgiving for them is a time when they’re left alone and can eat as many berries or plants without being disturbed. Happy Thanksgiving, unicorns everywhere.
A turkey vulture over Turkeyville
Not about unicorns this week, but I do have a dragon in my books.
I also realize that this photo is of a turkey vulture at our RV park in Turkeyville, MI. But it somehow reminded me of a dragon…or at least how dragons could have evolved. What does your imagination tell you?
Keep searching for unicorns…or dragons.
S. L. Carlson publisher’s author page:
If you’re like me, a walkway like this reminds me of an opening to unicorn lands. Binder Park Zoo, Battle Creek, MI.
Keep searching for unicorns.
Search books for unicorns.
War Unicorn: The Ring
The War Unicorn Chronicles
This guy! He was crawling around, breathing fire on my toes. Beware Forest Dragons!