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Fairytales Retold: The Light Princess

Fairytales Retold: The Light Princess

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Fairytales Retold: The Light Princess

Length:
52 pages
38 minutes
Released:
Jun 6, 2016
ISBN:
9781925131758
Format:
Book

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Genre: Fairytales Retold Short Story.
Word Count: 9510
In a quest to find a bride, Prince Ruairidh stumbles upon The Light Princess, a completely inappropriate bride with an unbreakable spell upon her. He hears rumours that it was her aunt, Princess Makemnoit, who put the spell on her, but no one knows for certain. The Light Princess would make no one a suitable bride, least of all a prince. But when she's in the lake there's something about her that intrigues Prince Ruairidh and he can't help wanting to spend more time with her.
This short story was written by an Australian author using Australian spelling.

Released:
Jun 6, 2016
ISBN:
9781925131758
Format:
Book

About the author

Avril Sabine is an Australian author who lives on acreage in South East Queensland. She writes mostly young adult and children’s speculative fiction, but has been known to dabble in other genres. She has been writing since she was a young child and wanted to be an author the moment she realised someone wrote the books she loved to read.Visit Avril's website to learn more about her and her many books. www.avrilsabine.com


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Fairytales Retold: The Light Princess

Fairytales Retold: The Light Princess

Avril Sabine

Cracked Acorn Productions

Australia

Fairytales Retold: The Light Princess

Published by

Cracked Acorn Productions

PO Box 1365

Gympie, Queensland 4570

Australia

978-1-925131-11-6 (Kindle)

978-1-925131-75-8 (EPUB)

Genre: Fairytales Retold Short Story

Copyright 2014 © Avril Sabine

Cover design by Caitlyn Petersen

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Contents

Book Description

Chapter One: Princess Makemnoit

Chapter Two: Prince Ruairidh

Chapter Three: Princess Makemnoit

Chapter Four: Prince Ruairidh

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In a quest to find a bride, Prince Ruairidh stumbles upon The Light Princess, a completely inappropriate bride with an unbreakable spell upon her. He hears rumours that it was her aunt, Princess Makemnoit, who put the spell on her, but no one knows for certain. The Light Princess would make no one a suitable bride, least of all a prince. But when she’s in the lake there’s something about her that intrigues Prince Ruairidh and he can’t help wanting to spend more time with her.

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People have been telling stories since the beginning of time. Fairytales, folklore, myths and legends are among some of the stories that have been told over and over through the centuries. The basic story remains the same, but each storyteller adds their own style, sometimes adding something unique to the tale.

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This story was written by an Australian author using Australian spelling.

Chapter One: Princess Makemnoit

Princess Makemnoit paced back and forth in her kitchen, fuming at yet another insult. First her father, the king, left her nothing in his will, leaving it all to her brother. Her younger brother. Now her brother, the current king, didn’t bother to send her an invite to the christening of his long awaited daughter. How dare they forget her? She’d show all of them that she wasn’t to be forgotten. She’d make her brother regret the day he forgot he ever had a sister.

Stopping in front of an old chest, she flung open the lid to take several ingredients from it. She threw them into the pot, hanging over the fire, as it started to bubble. The liquid in the pot darkened, large bubbles popping on the surface. When it cleared, Princess Makemnoit grabbed a vial and spooned some of the liquid into it. This would be the last time anyone would forget her. She’d make sure of it.

Setting the vial on the window ledge, ready to take with her when she left for the palace in the morning, Princess Makemnoit sat in her rocking chair by the fire. Staring into the flames, she chuckled. The morning couldn’t come soon enough. Her black cat jumped onto her lap, turning several times before he curled up, tucking his tail close to his body.

Princess Makemnoit stroked the cat who began to purr. You never forget me, do you? The cat opened an eye and momentarily peered up at her before he closed it again. She slowly rocked the chair as she thought of her plan. The most cunning of plans. No one would have a clue how

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