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Robbie Returns! Follow our friends Robby, Blythe, and Simeur as they fights witches, slays dragon’s, rescues the princess, and keeps the prince’s socks clean.

Robbie hates Happy Endings.

The Happily Ever After is Fairyland’s great law that decides who gets a Happy Ending—and who doesn’t.  Robbie doesn’t.

Prince Roy, on the other hand, does get a Happy Ending, which means he has to be a hero.  There is just one little problem.  If you know you get the girl, why in the world would you go fight a dragon for her?  That would be silliness!  Instead, he makes Robbie fight his dragons, and he takes the fame, the glory…and the girl.

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If you haven’t had a chance to read our Christmas short stories about how dear Saint Nick came to be, don’t miss out!  Guest Author Laura Trude is a fantasy and short story writer like we are and has written four Christmas stories which we have posted  HERE

Told from the point of view of Santa’s head elf, these are no ordinary Christmas tales.  Find out how Santa Clause came to be in charge of the entire universe, his adventure to the fountain of youth, and the genetic modifications required to make reindeer that can really, truly fly.

 

How did Old Saint Nick become the Santa Clause of the Universe, you ask?  Well, I’m the perfect person to ask, because I’m the head elf of this particular operation.  Where should I start?  With the discovery of the fountain of youth that has allo

wed Santa to maintain his charming over-the-hill looks?  To his mental breakdown upon the realization that he would have yet another thousand years of delivering toys when it had gotten old after five-hundred?  With the first genetic cloning of reindeer after they became extinct (sorry, they don’t live forever, although we do tend to give them the same names as their predecessors; in fact, we have an entire school devoted to the training of these fine creatures; they feel so honored when they get selected to be Blitzen the 200th)?  Or perhaps with the removal of the North Pole Enterprises to the stars? Hmph; my wife tells me I should begin at the beginning, where all good stories start.

 

We will continue Happily Ever After in the new year!  Follow our friends Robby, Blythe, and Simeur as they fights witches, slays dragon’s, rescues the princess, and keeps the prince’s socks clean.

 

Robbie hates Happy Endings.

The Happily Ever After is Fairyland’s great law that decides who gets a Happy Ending—and who doesn’t.  Robbie doesn’t.

Prince Roy, on the other hand, does get a Happy Ending, which means he has to be a hero.  There is just one little problem.  If you know you get the girl, why in the world would you go fight a dragon for her?  That would be silliness!  Instead, he makes Robbie fight his dragons, and he takes the fame, the glory…and the girl.