My first foray into the realm of fairy tales was what you might call, “accidental.” Once it was finished, I immediately had several other ideas. I even began two sequels (of sorts). Rupert’s story and the story of a princess in “Congolia” that fits with the family that inspired the first book (and their adoption in Congo). But another story hovered in the edges of my mind. As it percolated, I realized that it would be a very good bridge between Paisley and the story of the adoption. So, I began the next “Not-So-Fairy-Tale.” Everard.
For those anxious to hear more about Paisley, Rupert, Jackson, Aline, or any of the others in Princess Paisley, you won’t find them in this book. You will only find references to the kingdoms in that book and have the bridge that explains why things were as they were when Rupert and Paisley went to Congolia. Just don’t want any disappointments there.