Eugie Foster (eugie) wrote,
Eugie Foster
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Happy 2nd Day After Chemo and Black Friday Release Day: The King of Rabbits and Moon Lake and Other

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Cover art by Ursula Vernon

So I had my second chemotherapy session on Wednesday and what better way to “celebrate” it than with a new book release?

Ergo, for Black Friday and out in time for the holidays, my new short story collection:
THE KING OF RABBITS AND MOON LAKE
and Other Tales of Magic & Mischief

A selection* of 18 fairy tales and fables for young, young adult, and young-at-heart readers.
Featuring princesses, foxes, rabbits, and other magical mischief from the Orient to Africa and close to home.

Available as both an ebook and trade paperback.

And, for the holiday season, if you buy the trade paperback at Amazon, you can get the Kindle ebook version through Amazon’s MatchBook program for free!

Table of Contents:

  1. The Girl Who Drew Cats
  2. The Tax Collector’s Cow
  3. When Shakko Did Not Lie
  4. The Princess and the Golden Fish
  5. Li T’ien and the Demon Nian
  6. A Parade of Taylups
  7. Cuhiya’s Husband
  8. The Dragon Breath’s Seed
  9. Kaawaa, Naagan, and the Queen’s Diamond Necklace
  10. The Adventures of Manny the Mailmobile
  11. A Patch of Jewels in the Sky
  12. Spring Arrives on a Hob’s Tail
  13. Second Daughter
  14. Princess Bufo marinus, Also Known as Amy
  15. Razi and the Sunbird
  16. The Red String
  17. The Tortoise Bride
  18. The King of Rabbits and Moon Lake

176 pages
Trade paperback: $7.49 (on sale at 10% off for $6.74 at Amazon now)

E-book: $4.99
Kindle
epub, iPad, Nook, Palm (PDB), Sony (LRF)

[*Stories originally published in Cricket, Cicada, Spider, Story Station, Dragonfly Spirit, Reflection’s Edge, Aberrant Dreams, Leading Edge, and the Magic in the Mirrorstone anthology.]

Originally published at EugieFoster.com. You can comment here or there.

Tags: coping with cancer, ebooks, king of rabbits, newly published
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