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Welcome to the Pixie Hollow Library!

Here, you will find a constantly growing collection of stories written by the fairies of Pixie Hollow!

No library card is required to “check out” the library materials, but it would be greatly appreciated if you could “like” this page so we can keep count of how many pixies are stopping in 🙂

Also, if you would like to have your story (or a friend’s story) added to the library’s collection, please email the Chief Librarian Marigold Sunjewel or leave a comment below with your information and a link to the story.

Your comments and suggestions are always welcome ❤

 



Authors are listed alphabetically by first name:

 


 

Anastasia Nightbelle

 

Angie (a.k.a. Juniper)

 

Carrie Tuliptwist

 

Crystal Cutetwinkle

 

Crystal Morningtwirl

 

Marigold Sunjewel

 

Minerva Grace

 

Phoebe Bumbleflip

 

Raven

 

Rose MorningMist

 

Sapphire Mistyriver

 

Stella Sunshine

 

 

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20 responses to this post.

  1. Thanks for putting my stories in!! 😀

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  2. Yay! Soooo excited about this! 😀

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  3. I cannot write a good story but I like to read other Faerie’s Stories. Keep up the good work.

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  4. Posted by Carrie Tuliptwist on August 29, 2015 at 5:28 pm

    Hey Marigold :). I just can’t express in words how awesome this is 🙂 :D. In the Pixie Hollow Events Spring Celebration post: https://marigoldsunjewel.wordpress.com/2015/03/18/2015-spring-celebration/
    there are a couple stories that various pixies (Including me lol :P) have written. It would be so cool to include them in the library :).

    Fly with you, Carrie Tuliptwist

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  5. Wow I didn’t know you put in my stories… Thanks Marigold 🙂

    Minerva

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  6. I’m just going to comment on your book review of Nirvana, here, because it was the only page that seemed appropriate.

    Point 1: The theme of REAL vs. VIRTUAL seems to loosely correlate with our “situation”, meaning that we all enjoyed PH virtually, and we are keeping our connection with it by blogging in the real world.

    Point 2: I’ve also encountered a book that I got confused by it right from the start. It was The Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. The first reading, I was dissatisfied with the ending. Second read through–I LOVED IT!

    Maybe if you skimmed through Nirvana one more time before you read the second edition, you could find hidden emotions and meanings within the text that you never noticed the first time (like I did!). 😉 🙂

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    • Hi Stella,
      I apologize for the comments’ section not being active on my book review’s page. I have just updated the page to now include it 🙂
      I really appreciate your feedback, and I will get to re-read the book again, because the publisher has just released an updated version that I have been selected to read and review 🙂 Once I have received the new version and have read it, I will post my review on the same page as my first review.

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  7. Posted by Christina Delossa on October 25, 2015 at 2:58 am

    Hiya pixies,

    Okay, you probably don’t recognise me, but it’s Raindrop. (I’m under my pen name, Christina Delossa).

    I have read all of these stories probably three times over and I love them all. I love the titles and I love the stories themselves 😉

    Keep writing,
    ♥ Raindrop

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  8. Hey can you add my two stories here too? The ones that have tabs of their own on my blog ( the others aren’t so relevant to share lol ). They’re called Rise To Return and Stargazer. – Thanks 🙂

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  9. Thanks for adding my ‘Year of the Rainbow’ story here 🙂 Also Rose, your story is amazing as well 🙂

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  10. I shall also feature all these stories with their authors’ names on my special tab for them on my blog. Check it out once it’s done – there’s a reward there waiting for you when you’ll visit the main tab and its sub-pages. Thanks in advance!

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