How could a scruffy stray dog looking for scraps in an inner city repair garage and the call of crows, link back to another world of power and love? The ancient Kingdom of Zanubia holds the secret. A wicked king, a brave girl, a young prince and the struggle between right and wrong maintain the fable tradition.
A contemporary illustrated fairy story for Middle Grade readers. The first in the 3 part ‘Once Upon a NOW’ series of children’s modern fairy stories. A shaggy-dog tale chapter-book divided into short sections with animé-style sketches and clickable QR codes to video, music clips and more to enhance the action and delight the emerging reader.
Available for FREE download in December – an ideal stocking filler for your Kindle/e-reader.
Reviews: 4.5/5 STAR
“Enjoyable adventure story, with plenty of action, magic, scene changes and a loveable dog as well.”
“This is a genuine, fairy tale that harkens back to the works of the Brothers Grimm or Hans Christian Anderson.”
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Novelist, philosopher and would be master chef. A woman pedaling between Peckham & Pigalle, in search of passion & enduring romance.
Emma Calin writes romance novels, gritty short stories and children’s fiction about love and survival in the 21st century. She has published a number of digital, paperback and audio books which are available from Amazon and other good bookstores worldwide.
She blogs about her dual life in St-Savinien sur Charente in South West France and Romsey, a market town in England. She feels extremely lucky to be able to experience the world and life through these two, very different, lenses. She spends any time she can, when not writing, on her tandem exploring the countryside.
Emma also records and produces audio books and plays the trombone (although not at the same time).