Magical Methods of Transportation or Why You Should Travel With Me to the Paranormous Fantastival

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August 7, 2012 by Heidi


Today I have the good fortune to be guest posting over at Asher’s blog, Paranormal Indulgence for her August birthday fanfare–Paranormous Fantastival!  The Paranormous Fantastival is a (nearly) month long celebration of all things fantasy including reviews, giveaways, guest posts by authors, and bloggers such as moi!

Asher is one of my absolute favorite bloggers.  She is an actual teen blogging about her love of books and YA, her reviews are some of the best written out there, and her vlogs are so full of fun and personality I just dare you to watch them and not become a fan.  So of course, when Asher asked me if I’d be willing to guest post for her fantasy event I was ALL OVER IT.  I mean, I’m a fantasy lover for life, how could I say no?  She gave me free reign over what I wanted to post about, and so I decided to discuss:

Falcore the Luck Dragon from The Neverending Story

Magical Methods of Transportation: Why commuting in fantasy is so much better than taking the bus. 

I’m not going to lie, it’s one of my favorite posts ever, so please come check it out and let me know your favorite fantastical method of transportation!

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4 comments »

  1. <33 Thank you so much for working so hard and coming up with something so amazing! Yours is one of my absolute favorites because it takes a less serious, yet thoughtful side of guest posting for this event, and it just all around read as something unique. *huggles*

  2. This has to be one of my all-time favorite blog posts. What awesomeness. :) I think it might even inspire a post on my own blog. Now I have to come up with some cool mode of transportation for the fantasy novel I’m writing . . . .hmmmm . . .

    • Heidi says:

      Thanks Caitlin! I’m so glad you enjoyed it/it helped inspire you. I had a lot of fun coming up with them, and honestly didn’t even get everything from my list into the post.

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