Your poetry collection ‘Melancholy’ looks particularly interesting, so in addition to the payment of following you, I will also have a look at your book. I hope you enjoy the first chapter of ‘Aneurin’, just in case you would like a little more info on the book, here is the blurb:
Never trust a fae.
Never give them your name.
Never fall for their tricks.
Three simple rules that Enid should have followed, three simple rules that she forgot.
A remote Welsh mountain village surrounded by deep forest is under the control of the Fae and plagued with fear. Unlike Fairies, Fae are dark creatures that lure young children away into the forest, never to be seen again. When the people of Aethelney begin to cut down the forest and hunt the animals within it, the Fae take it into their own hands to prevent it.
The children of Aethelney are taught one thing; never give a Fae your name. For a name holds more power than one could possibly imagine. At the age of just six years old, Enid first encounters a Fae; Aneurin. Enid was warned to never go near the Fae ring, but when she does she cannot be held accountable for what follows.
Thank you ahead of for taking the time to read and leave feedback on the first chapter, it is much appreciated!