Wednesday, February 10, 2016

#Writing Wednesday - February 10th 2016

Zeena the faerie dragon from my "Zeena Dragon Fae" series is answering questions all month on the Smashwords Authors group over on Goodreads. Click here to follow the discussion.

Have a question for Zeena, but aren't a member of the group, or aren't on Goodreads at all? No problem! Just post your question on this post... Zeena will answer you anyway, since she's a nice faerie dragon.

Speaking of Zeena...

"Zeena And The Mermaid" (the third book in my "Zeena Dragon Fae" series) is finally finnished, and pre-released. It's scheduled for official release this coming Saturday (February 13th 2016).

I've also pre-released "Rhubarb The Red-Nosed Rabbit" - an Easter themed rabbit story. This one is scheduled for official release on March 26th 2016 (which Google assures me is the day before Easter Sunday this year).

Well, the eBook versions are pre-released, anyway. The paperbacks will be arranged as soon as possible.

The eBook versions of both books should already be available to pre-order from Barnes & Noble, Apple iBooks, and Kobo, and will become available in all formats Smashwords offers on the dates listed above. They will then become available from all other eBook retailers Smashwords distributes to on, or shortly after, their official release dates.

While you wait for them to actually be available to read, why not ask Zeena the faerie dragon a question?

Go on... You know you want to!


Intense Guy said...

Zeena meets a mermaid. Do fairies know how to swim? What happens when their wings get wet?

Victoria Zigler said...

Only certain fairies can perform the magic to survive underwater. Other fae type creatures (such as faerie dragons and pixies) have to use magic of a different sort to survive underwater. You'll have to read "Zeena And The Mermaid" to find out more about that magic though.


Victoria Zigler said...

As for the fairies' wings... The magic that helps them survive under water protects their wings. Without that particular type of magic - or some other magic that is performed differently, but produces the same end result - their wings would become fragile, and quite possibly become damaged (especially if in water with a strong current).