Tag: Fae Friday

Fae Friday – LGBTQ+ Books

Here’s the rules: It doesn’t matter what letter in the LGBTQ+ alphabet you are, you are valid, accepted, and loved. July 31st is a day to celebrate the fantastic people who make up the LGBTQ+ community! That is why the prompt this week is: What is your favorite […]

Fae Friday – Nature

Here’s the rules: Summer is in full swing, and today’s post reflects that. The sun is shining, the trees are thriving, and the flowers are in full bloom. As we all know, many faeries love to commune with nature, so the prompt this week is: What is a […]

Fae Friday – Prophets

Here’s the rules: Today’s prompt comes from NeriSiren, and you can find their awesome blog here. Part of what I love about Fae Friday is that I often learn something new about the Fae. NeriSiren explains more about an area of Fae I don’t know much about: The […]

Fae Friday – Bloody Books

Here’s the rules: This week’s prompt comes from Jodie at Witty & Sarcastic Book Club. This prompt is inspired by Redcap, who is an Unseelie Fae that survives on the blood of humans. This week’s question to answer is: What are some of your favorite “bloody” books? Obviously […]

Fae Friday – Demons

Here’s the rules: Today is Calcifer’s birthday! (That’s Kristy’s very handsome dog). For those of you who don’t know, Cal was named after a fire demon from Howl’s Moving Castle! That is why this week’s prompt is: What is your favorite book with demons in it? Ooooh, this […]

Fae Friday – Shapeshifters

Here’s the rules: Did you know that faeries have been known to shapeshift into animals? The prompt for this week is: What is your favorite book that features a shapeshifter? I honestly thought this post would be so much easier to write, until I sat down and realized […]

Fae Friday – Secondary Characters

Here’s the rules: Faeries have been known to stand back and observe. This week’s prompt is: What secondary character is your favorite, or even outshined the main character? While I loved Vasya, the main character in the Winternight Trilogy by Katherine Arden, Solovey definitely stole my heart. He […]