Felicity and the Featherless Two-Foot by Loralee Evans – Guest Post & $25 Giveaway

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Felicity hasn’t had an adventure in months, and the little sparrow thinks that dangerous quests are behind her for good. Which is just fine with her! She would rather hang out with her friends the fairies, and read her books safe at home than go on scary adventures! But Felicity didn’t count on one group of strangers showing up that cause more trouble than she ever imagined they could! A strange, troublesome bunch that the fairies call… people.

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Praise for the Book
“Dreams, imagination, and different worlds intersect in a positive and simple story that kids will find whimsical and delightfully fun.” –D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
“Felicity and the Featherless Two-Foot will touch the hearts of children both young and old. It’s a tale that connects friendship and nature in a magical, memorable way.” –Mikey Brooks, author of The Dream Keeper Chronicles and The Stone of Valhalla.


LoraleeAuthor Loralee Evans

Loralee Evans is the author of five novels, The Birthright, The King’s Heir, The Shores of Bountiful, Felicity~ A Sparrow’s Tale, and her latest release, Felicity and the Featherless Two-Foot. When she’s not writing, she enjoys teaching, running, being with her family, and reading all sorts of good books, including the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, J. Scott Savage, Rachel Ann Nunes, and James Dashner.

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Guest Post
I’ve had the fortune of reading many well written books, of all sorts of genres, where the male and female main characters complement each other and support each other, but still are independent people who have purpose and strength each on their own.  They’re great together, but they don’t need each other to have purpose as individuals. One big reason why I enjoy such stories, is because I like books where female characters are portrayed as strong and independent people who can take care of themselves if need be.  They can be soft and caring, but at the same time, they can stand up for what they believe, and they don’t need men to define them as individuals.  They do what they do based on their own consciences.  They don’t need to act in reaction to a man.

Sadly, far too many writers and far too many movie makers as well are forgetting or perhaps deliberately ignoring the idea that female characters can be strong, brave, and moral in their own right, and act in reaction to their sense of right and wrong, rather than needing a relationship with a man to define them or motivate them.
As a mother of daughters and of sons, I want them to read books that portray the heroines and heroes as truly heroic.  As strong, independent characters who do their best to do what is right simply because it’s the right thing to do.  I don’t want to read about perfect characters, because no one is.  But I want to see an honest effort.  I want my daughters to know they can, and should, have the strength to stand on their own two feet, and be their own selves.  I want my sons to learn that being real men doesn’t mean controlling others, it means treating fellow human beings, male and female, with decency and respect.
Because of this, I try to find books, and to write books, that teach these things.  Because, let’s face it, we learn from what we read.  Even when we’re consciously aware that it’s fiction, what we take into our minds affects us for worse or for better.  And I want to read things that influence me for the better.

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