The Storyteller's Wife

The Storyteller s Wife Janie s life comes crashing around her when she finds the suicide note her husband left But when the paramedics come it s not her beloved Tom they wheel out on the gurney but a wooden manikin a chan

Janie s life comes crashing around her when she finds the suicide note her husband left But when the paramedics come, it s not her beloved Tom they wheel out on the gurney but a wooden manikin, a changeling left by the faerie folk to deceive them What do the fey want with Tom and how can Janie get him back To find the answer to both questions, Janie must confront the QuJanie s life comes crashing around her when she finds the suicide note her husband left But when the paramedics come, it s not her beloved Tom they wheel out on the gurney but a wooden manikin, a changeling left by the faerie folk to deceive them What do the fey want with Tom and how can Janie get him back To find the answer to both questions, Janie must confront the Queen of Faerie herself and make a heartrending choice Author Eugie Foster has consistently used words to craft vibrant mental images in past stories, and this tale is no exception The story is replete with intense visuals At its core, The Storyteller s Wife is a love story, but the early elements that hint at suicide, and the sinister nature of the denizens of Faerie add a dark element that enriches the story Michael Gabriel Bailey, Tangent The Storyteller s Wife is beautifully written It s full of life, both mundane and magical, and packs vivid imagery and truth into a short space than many bloated fantasy novels fail to do John Dodds, Adventures in Sci Fi Publishing

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The Storyteller's Wife

  1. I grew up in the Midwest, although I call home a mildly haunted, fey infested house in metro Atlanta that I share with my husband, Matthew After receiving my Master of Arts degree in Developmental Psychology, I retired from academia to pen flights of fancy I also edit legislation for the Georgia General Assembly, which from time to time I suspect is another venture into flights of fancy.I received the 2009 Nebula Award for Best Novelette, the 2011 and 2012 Drabblecast People s Choice Award for Best Story, and was named the 2009 Author of the Year by Bards and Sages The Dragon and the Stars anthology, edited by Derwin Mak and Eric Choi, with my story, Mortal Clay, Stone Heart, won the 2011 Aurora Award for Best English Related Work My fiction has also received the 2002 Phobos Award been translated into eight languages and been a finalist for the Hugo, Washington Science Fiction Association, and British Science Fiction Association awards.My short story collection, Returning My Sister s Face and Other Far Eastern Tales of Whimsy and Malice, was published in 2009 and has been used as a textbook at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee and the University of California Davis Check out my fiction index for a list of all my published and forthcoming works.I am represented by literary agent William Reiss of John Hawkins Associates, Inc and I m a voting member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America SFWA , the non profit writers organization founded by Damon Knight in 1965 and presenter of the Nebula awards.I also keep a blog where I indulge in self absorbed musings and document my writing progress, and I post regular updates on Twitter, Google , and Facebook.

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