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#Fairies, #Myths, & #Magic Author Spotlight Guest Post – “What Happened in the Woods,” By L. T. Garvin

Hello everyone. I am guest blogging today on the gracious and talented Colleen Chesebro’s blog. I invite everyone over to read my story, “What Happened in the Woods.” The woods are definitely the place where you might uncover a bit of magic, and well, maybe other things too, but let’s focus on the magic. 😀

Word Craft ~ Prose and Poetry


Welcome to my Author Spotlight – Guest Posts feature. As you can see from the image above, I am looking for themed posts about fairies, myths, and magic. If you are an interested author and would like to be featured on my blog, please click HERE to find out more. ~Colleen~


Today, I would like to introduce you to Author, Lana Broussard who writes under the pen name of L.T. Garvin. Her short stories have appeared in print in the Texas Writer’s Journal. She has published poetry online via The Drabble, Poet’s Corner, Silver Burch Press and Wildsound Poetry Festival. L.T. writes fiction, poetry, essays, and humor that she publishes on her blog: L.T. Garvin @ WordPress. L.T. Garvin is the author of Confessions of a 4th Grade AthleteAnimals Galore and Dancing with the Sandman.

Today, Lana has an unusual tale to…

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19 thoughts on “#Fairies, #Myths, & #Magic Author Spotlight Guest Post – “What Happened in the Woods,” By L. T. Garvin

  1. Wow! Just read it and totally love it!!! When the swords came into the game I was like :”what!? What?!” 😄 really cool surprise, Lana! There’s nothing better than a bit of magic in our lives 😄 xxxxx

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