Post by Felicity Banks on Jun 4, 2018 18:13:45 GMT 10
I do recommend this story for kids, depending on the kid.
The only bad thing that happens is... well, the murder!
There is some peril for various characters along the way but it's unlikely to scare anyone who likes crime.
There is also a reference to a male and female character having some "private time" (I forget the exact phrase) and at another point in the story there is an unexpected pregnancy (abortion is never discussed in the story).
It's also LGBTIQA+ friendly (one of the characters is a trans man), like most of my stories.
One of the clues is a very small amount of loose-leaf tobacco.
The first picture is a beautiful cake that has blood dripping onto it from above. There is no blood is any other picture.
If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to email/message me/this forum.
"Magic in the Mail: Feuding Fae" is designed for all ages. It is a story about friendship and has no violence or romance.
"Magic in the Mail: Emmeline's Empire" also features a trans character. It is a story about love and forgiveness so it's likely to be more enjoyable for older kids, and there is a brief description of a very violent death in battle.
Author of the Antipodean Queen magical steampunk trilogy, and the Heest magical pirate trilogy for tweens (both published by OdysseyBooks.com), plus an increasing list of interactive fiction (listed at ifdb.tads.org).