Thistledown – Midsummer Bedlam 32 — The End.

Well you know what they say about all good things…don’t believe them… okay well only just a little. Catch the last episode of Thistledown – Midsummer Bedlam 32 — The End. Tell Teagan, how much you’ve enjoyed it in the comments sections…Thanks Teagan! And the readers and contributors as well.

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Saturday, April 21, 2018

Welcome back to the faery land of Thistledown… but first the real world.

Thistledown Girl

The Real World

If I were writing a novel, there are many things I would circle back to in this tale, loose ends to tie up, hints to conclude, Faery Namers to mention again.  I’ve often thought this was a story I should never have begun.  At an extremely challenging time in my life Thistledown does not take me to a world where I would escape.  Rather, it ties me to the darkness of the current time and place.  It seems like an odd thing to say about a tale of faeries, doesn’t it?

That said, it may not be done in the best “literary” way, or the best “technical” way, but I’m bringing this story to a close.  I’m truly grateful to everyone who has followed this story.  The joy I take…

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2 thoughts on “Thistledown – Midsummer Bedlam 32 — The End.

  1. Thank you so much for this intro, Melissa — and for everything. I appreciate all your support for Thistledown.
    Chris, the Story Reading Ape and I are getting together again for a mini series for “Get Caught Reading Month” (May) so that will be my Saturday post for a while. Meanwhile on Wednesdays I have an ongoing collaboration with artist Rob Goldstein — in “Hullaba Lulu” a 1920s fantasy.
    Thanks for being a part of Thistledown. Hugs on the wing!

    • You’re welcome, as always and thanks for having me, us…I appreciate you having me. I will check out the other pieces as they come up, but at the moment I am swamped during the week, so happy writing, hugs on the wing right back at you and have a fabulous weekend, Teagan!

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