Break the Curse: FairyLoot Box

LOL sorry for this coming out late today. I completely spaced posting it. Anyway, here you go!

March 2020 FairyLoot Box: Break the Curse.

I am still waiting on my April and May boxes from FL. It happens, considering what is going on in the current world, so I’m not too frustrated. However, I will note this box was rather beaten up, and that did bother me. Another person I know has had cases of her boxes breaking and I most def, don’t want that happening to me. ANYWAY. Here we go! On into what the box had.

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Shelf-Life Hero (Part 1) [RW09]

Shelf-Life Hero (Part 1) [RW09]

It’s hard to imagine a world without heroes.

Throughout all of human history heroes have existed. To vanquish gods and demons alike. To save the collapse of cities. To rise and to fall. They have existed. Forever. In every country. Across the world. Heroes.

And like all heroes there are villains. Villains of such power and magnitude that it took a dozen heroes to take the villain down. Villains whose name strike fear into the hearts of all those who exist today.

In modern society, we know these villains and heroes, throughout all of history, to be derived from twenty mystical powers bestowed to humanity. Of the twenty that were said to have existed, only eighteen remain intact.

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March Reading List

March Reading List

I completely forgot to buy the rest of the Lorien Legacies Reborn books, which means that I was not able to finish the series like I originally wanted to. It also means that I will not have that series reading thoughts post out until I read those last books. If you were waiting for it, it is not coming any time soon because of isolation protocols.

Anyway! Without much more of a wait. What I read in March.

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A Tale of Sea Songs [RW08]

A Tale of Sea Songs [RW08]

A soft murmur of voices cascaded through the tavern. Another person dead, last week, from what he could tell. A traveler from a distant place this time. Still, no closer to killing the beasts in the waters off the shore of the village. Still, no closer to saving the town from ruin. Many hunters were in the tavern, hoping to slay the beast. The glory, however, could only go to one of them.

“Are you going to stay, sir?” A small girl, no more than ten asked him. She was a pale thing, scrawny, and dressed in tatters. But there was a beauty to her that would come into fruition as she grew older.

“Yes, a room for one please.” He answered her.

“For a night or forever?” She asked with a tilt of her head and a small smile. From across the tavern he could see the tavern keeper, a beauty to behold in these parts. It was a wonder how some great noble lord had not swept her off her feet and carried her back to his castle. The woman must have been a cunning one, sweet words and bitter lies. A mother teaching this girl to con people with doe eyes.

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Update 03/28/2020

Hey guys!

I know, I typically post my updates on Wednesdays. However, this upcoming Wednesday is going to have a lot of stuff. I just wanted to give you an idea of what April will look like.

Since isolation/social distancing is still in effect for where I live, I’m going to be posting a lot story wise, because why not. I also got a new request for reading an author’s novel. So be prepared for that around May (because I have my April TBR decided, and IDK if I’ll have time for it until after that TBR is done. OWLs come first, haha).

Additionally, if you guys are interested in a weekly writing competition, check out Penable’s blog. There is a weekly writing competition each week. This week I’m joining, because the concept is fantasy. You have until Tuesday to write something (story or poem). It seems like a lot of fun!

Until Next Time,

MM