Novella Update: "The Boy Who Was Mistaken for a Fairy King" Available for Pre-Order

By H.L. Fullerton
Sep 4, 2019 · 189 words · 1 minute

We took a walk in Bradgate park, Leicestershire to try out a new camera.  The park is an enclosed deer park where the deer can roam free.  The path ran along side some ferns, and as we reached it, a we saw a deer disappear into the greenery, with only it’s antlers showing.  We moved in line with the deer, hoping it would look up, but only when my wife started making noises with her mouth did we get it’s attention. It looked up, and straight at us, and with full zoom I managed to capture a few pictures before it ran away. I love the colours in this shot, and how the ferns frame the deer’s head.

Photo by Chris Greenhow via Unsplash.

From the author: If you like stories about boys mistaken for fairy kings, you can find this one in the wild on November 13th. Or you can pre-order now.


The Boy Who Was Mistaken for a Fairy King is scheduled for release on November 13, 2019. But ebooks and paperbacks are available for pre-order now (links below for interested readers).

It's a story about a boy. Who is mistaken for a fairy king.

More specifically, for readers who like a little more detail with their descriptions, it's about Carl King - an average boy who sometimes confers with trees and just so happens to have antlers growing atop his head - and Evangeline Chase - an average girl who enjoys long walks in the woods. With her bow and arrow.

It’s a match made in deep, dark magic. A boy with antlers. A girl enthralled with the chase. A forest keeping grim secrets. Everything seems fine until someone calls a Hunt…

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paperback: Amazon | BN.com | IndieBound


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Carl King and Evangeline Chase are a match made in deep, dark magic. A boy with antlers. A girl enthralled with the chase. A forest keeping grim secrets. Everything seems fine until someone calls a Hunt…

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