Fae Friday

Fae Friday – Leprechauns

Fae Friday is an awesome new weekly post created by Kristy at Caffeinated Fae. I’m super excited to participate in this (and to have been an avid supporter of it from the beginning)! A topic is provided each week, and Kristy is so welcoming to ideas from others. If you have any ideas for topics, reach out to her through her blog or on Twitter (@caffeinatedfae).

Here’s the rules:

  • Link back to this page on Caffeinated Fae.
  • If the prompt idea comes from another blog, link to that blog as well.
  • Use #FaeFriday when posting to social media so we can all find each other!
  • Participate when you can and have fun with the prompt!

This week’s Fae Friday topic is one that I came up with in honor of St. Patrick’s day, and I’m pretty proud of myself about it!

Did you know that leprechauns are viewed as a type of faerie? I’m sure you know that leprechauns are known for keeping a pot of gold.

This week’s prompt is: What is your hidden treasure of a book?

Many years ago, I got my hands on a copy of a book that rocked my world. It’s called The Mists of Avalon and was written by Marion Zimmer Bradley. While I have always loved the King Arthur legend, they were all told from the point of view of the men in the story, and the women were viewed as weak, solely for producing heirs, and manipulative. This book, however, was the first I had ever seen that told the story from the point of view of the women — and these women were strong, smart, and powerful. It’s one of the few books that I’ve read over and over, and plan to continue reading!

Which book is your hidden treasure?

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