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Okay, folks. Here is the newly redesigned cover for Wings of Caligo! I loved the old cover, but too many of my readers felt that it gave off a ‘YA novel’ vibe because the color was so bright. And as those who have read the story know, there’s too much action for the story to fit the YA bill. It’s action, adventure and romance fantasy. So here we go: the new cover. What do you think?
Vs. the old cover:
Let me know what you think of the new cover! I always want to hear what my readers think!
Hello to whoever is reading this! You’re invited to join me tomorrow, August 17th, for a virtual release party for my new novel Wings of Caligo! The wonderful part is it is an all day event on Facebook, so you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your home or anywhere you may be. All you need is an internet connection!
Make sure to stop on by to join the fun. I have a few guest hosting authors cohosting with me and I’ll be giving away a signed paperback edition of Wings of Caligo to one of my luck guests!
You can RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1685663881501719/?ti=icl
Hope to see you there!
And if you can’t join us for the party, make sure to pick up a copy of Wings of Caligo on Amazon! It’s getting rave reviews already!
Make sure to download DIVIDE on Amazon today! It’s free for a limited time only, so get it before it’s gone! Here’s a little bit more about the book:
The Divide will rise…
Where once there was peace, now there was only bloodshed. Lines are drawn and friends turn to bitter enemies as a new age begins: an age of division and hate. But as the Divide rises to forever separate the two fairy races, nothing can prepare the isle of Arestina for the darkness that will fall upon it, or the King that will rise from the shadows…
DIVIDE is a five thousand word prequel short story to the Legends of Arestina series. It can be read as a stand alone book or as a precursor to Wings of Caligo, book one in the series.
Thank you so much for all your support guys! Let’s make DIVIDE a bestseller, so make sure to download it ASAP!
Today I’m going to be answering a question that I get quite a bit about my Legends of Arestina series. What is the difference between a fairy and a faerie? Unlike what most people assume, there is quite a lot of difference actually.
In most cultures, fairies are considered the more amiable of the two creatures; whereas the faeries are known for their mal-intent. The word ‘fairy’ is derived from the Latin word ‘fatum’, which can mean ‘fate’. ‘Faerie’ is a word derived from the Gaelic ‘fear shidhe’, which translates to ‘man of the shee’. Some also say that there is a difference with the faeries being from the realm of the fae.
They also tend to differ in appearance with the fairies being of a more human, and usually more attractive appearance. The faeries, however, usually have an evil intent and are often portrayed as thieving creatures.
So in short:
Fairies – Good creatures.
Faeries – Evil or mischievous creatures.
I kept both definitions and myths in mind when I created my winged world on the mystical Island of Arestina. In that world, the distinction lies between the two fairy and faerie races who discriminate against each other: the lumina fairies vs. the obscura faeries. As the novel plays out between the two kinds of peoples, it begins to beg the question of individuality to decide your true nature, as opposed to what race (or species) you are. To learn more about the Island of Arestina, click here.
Well, I hope this answered your questions. If you have any more, please make sure to drop them in the comments so I can answer them!
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Hope you have a fabulous day,
Author Maggie Lynn Heron-Heidel
NOTE: the terms lumina fairies and obscura faeries are copyrighted content from the Legends of Arestina series. Please do not use without the author’s permission.
Just wanted to give another quick reveal to you. This is the brand new cover art for my upcoming fiction novel ‘Wings of Caligo.’ Can you guess which genre it is? Here’s a quick quiz for all you voracious fiction readers out there. Which genre do fairies and skin-walkers belong in? Yes, that’s it! Fantasy. Then in this case it boils down to adventure, paranormal romance… You get the idea. You’ll get all the fantasy creatures you’ve wished for, a stellar romance and an adventure you’ll never forget! Stay tuned for the release date!
For updates on when this title is released, click here.
Artwork by Maggie Lynn Heron-Heidel 2016