Top 10 things you should know about The Thief & His Master.
In order to dig into this list, I popped open a bottle of Once Upon a Vine, Big Bad Red Blend, and got to work.
10) A Light Touch
With that sexy title, the story screamed for a little BDSM.
9) The Thief & His Master
Title comes from the original Grimm’s tale.
8) Alternate Plans
While brainstorming, I actually thought it might make a good M/M tale. But, my friend V.S. Morgan would probably do it better. Check out her tale, Hunter’s Mark.
7) Short in Six
Along with writer Nikki Prince, I taught a six-month short story class. Three of us finished Beyond Fairytales within the workshop, and all three were accepted.
6) The Storyteller
Curious about Nicodemus, who spins the fairytale? He plays a role in all the Beyond Fairytales.
While boss Madeline thinks she wants a partner she can control, the opposite may actually be true.
The haunted house scene was written after inspiration from Siobhan Muir’s weekly flash fiction happening.
3) The Ring
First I wrote the story, and then amazingly I found a ring that matched it a bit too well. Eerie.
2) Flash it!
Yes, I bought several superhero flash drives in order to check them out. I may be a fan.
1) Be Careful what you Shift for.
It’s a twist on the old saying. Don’t change into a large form in a small space, and make sure you know who’s around.
Thanks for reading, and I hope you enjoy the tale.
When Madeline places an ad on ThievesList for an apprentice, she wants more than an employee. She’s searching for her life mate. For only her fated one possesses the strength to overcome the life-altering challenges of the quest.
Feeling stuck, Sven drops out of college for an enticing job. Although the want ad mentions “discipline,” he doesn’t expect to find magic in the hands of his potential boss.
Sven’s world shifts to a new reality. He’ll battle danger and his destiny to find his true calling, and love.
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