Fae Friday

Fae Friday – Hurt So Good

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).

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Autumn is in the air, and the autumn court is in the spotlight. The autumn court is full of strange and beautiful faes who can have a slight sadistic side. This week’s prompt is dedicated to those sadists, which is why this curious wannabe fae wants to know: What are some of your go-to authors that make it hurt so good.

Delia Owens – She definitely ripped my heart out and made me sob like a baby with Where the Crawdads Sing.

Roshani Chokshi – Speaking of making it hurt, after reading The Gilded Wolves I was feeling it, but then she went ahead and completely killed me in The Silvered Serpents. Just trust me and read it … you’ll see what I mean.

What about you? Which authors make it hurt so good, so I can add them to my TBR?

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  1. Seal Child by Sylvia Peck and The Clan of the Cave Bear are the only ones I can remember re-reading with the knowledge that they were going to be bittersweet. Otherwise, I tend to avoid stories that are likely to upset me. I can’t even sit through all of Song of the Sea, because the story of the giant who turns to stone is too gut-wrenching. I will watch the actual Song scene, though, because that’s definitely a good kind of tearjerker.

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