#Fairies, #Myths, & #Magic Author Spotlight Guest Post, “Flowers of the Mist,” by Belinda Miller

🍂Word Craft: Prose & Poetry🍂


My friend and author, Belinda Miller, shares a creepy experience that recently happened to her and her husband. Hang on, this one will make you ponder the afterworld…

“Flowers of the Mist”

By Belinda Miller

I’m a children’s book author — primarily — not accustomed to writing in the first person, or about spooky stuff — unless you consider gnomes, dragons, farting goblins, or gassy puffballs spooky. But all that stuff is made-up, right? Make believe fairy tales — unless you’re Grimm — but I digress.

And, we all know ‘Truth is stranger than fiction’? I’ll leave that as a rhetorical question, but in my experience, especially in my fiction writing, research has proven that statement to be correct, sooner or later you’ll find an actual event that supports your fictionalized theme. So, how does a children’s book author write about an occurrence that has…

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