Willow the Magical Witch and Cousin Crystalline

      Mette Sandgaard Pallesen
Willow the Magical Witch and Cousin Crystalline

One morning Willow the magical Witch received a letter from her cousin Crystalline announcing her arrival the very next morning. Willow was very exited and made all the arrangements to make her stay as lovely as possible. But from the moment Crystalline sat foot in her house everything went wrong. Wherever she went disasters and misfortune was bound to follow and Willow was set to find out why....Everyone was sick in those days, sick and dying. Even me.Especially me.Long Island is in the fetal throes of a deadly outbreak, but for six-year-old Cassie Stemple, the sum and focus of her entire world is her family, which has been recently shattered by the tragic loss of her baby brother. As her parents struggle to protect Cassie from the terrifying disease swiftly overtaking them, they fail to recognize the infection already killing them from within. After Cassie’s beloved pet rabbit suddenly dies and her health begins to fail, her parents make one last desperate attempt to escape the island. But Cassie refuses to leave her rabbit behind. She knows she can still save him; she just needs more time. A long, long time. Because that’s how nursery magic works.A part of the dystopic world of S.W. Tanpepper’s GAMELAND series, Velveteen is nonetheless a standalone novelette. Approximately 14,000 words (total work count ~17,500 words, including excerpts from past and upcoming titles). For readers age 14 and older.
Read online

    Willow the Magical Witch

      Mette Sandgaard Pallesen
Willow the Magical Witch

Willow the magical Witch packed all of her things and moved to hazelnut grove in a big, old, red Manor. She thought she was all alone in the house, but an old rumor said that a mean and powerful wizard lived in the old attic, and Willow soon discovered that there was some truth to the rumor, though it had a little twist -a magical Twist."it multiplies, rises, grows stronger, splashes itself with beer, now there are many, thousands of them, all in choreography, in avalanche, in synchrony, in triumphant march advancing between the shaking heads, splashing the face of Juan Pablo who boldly Kisses Margarita in the mouth, trapping the itinerant roars there for a second".
Read online