Dominion of Dreams: Gothic Faery Tales

Dominion of Dreams: Gothic Faery Tales
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For the Darker Side of Faery Tales.... Dominion of Dreams is a collection of four short stories and two novelettes inspired by or based on classic fairy tales. Full of foreboding atmospheres and Baroque imagery, werwolves, selkies, magical dolls, direful clocks, and zombies enter the tales the out childhoods to chill us with us their dark glamour,
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Dominion of Dreams: Gothic Faery Tales

Remember those tales of old, the first stories you read to you before oing to sleep at night? Little did you know, as a child, who horrors lurked in those castles and dark forests, those sugar-coated houses.

For those who were never entirely sure of where those winding paths were leading in the dominion of dreams, here you will discover the unsettlng truth.

 Gothic Faery Tales so Far:

Thirteen: A Gothic Re-Telling of Red Riding Hood: On her thirteenth birthday, a girl receives a red cloak and an inviation to leave her poor village and live in the castle with an old lady, Madam Sylvanus.

The Keys: A Gothic Re-Telling of Bluebeard: Marriage to the man of her dreams becomes Lisette’s worst nightmare.

Lenore: A Southern Gothic Re-Telling of Beauty and the Beast: What is the lady hiding under her mask? Will Jake find out before she kills him or herself?

Roses, Briars and Blood: A Gothic Re-Telling of Sleeping Beauty: What did the soceress really stand to gain by putting the Princess to sleep?

Song of the Sea and Starlight: A Scottish lady living at in a ruined castle at the edge of sea, father’s the child of a Selkie inviting magical forces into her life that give and then taketh away.—This became a novel so won;t fit in here any more!

I may add Sovay to this.

 

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