There are some genres that just seem to overflow with poetry. I love fantasy because more often than not, it just feels like Shakespeare has left little flourishes about the various worlds. A certain rhyme here, a cadence there, and it all comes together to give it just a tinge of whimsy that you might not see in our ordinary lives.
J. J. Adams has a story for you that just about bleeds poetry, from every nook and cranny. Pansflorawood is filled to the brim with wonderful prose, dialog that just has to be read with a sing-songy voice, and enough character to keep you charmed throughout. It’s a tale that will enthrall anyone who still has an active imagination, and wants to be transported to another world.
All come one, one come all, to the Autumn Pumpkin Ball on the Equinox of Fall!
When a Elven wedding is interrupted by a villainous vampire bat and two mischievous magpies, feathers get ruffled for The Birds of Paradise Performing Arts Troupe!
“PANSFLORAWOOD” is modern day Shakespeare with an unusual story mixed with unique poetry. A one of a kind book!
Pansflorawood is a book that would definitely appeal to children, but it also will steal away the hearts of many adults who still embrace their inner child. If you’re interested in Adams’ book, check it out on Amazon! And don’t forget, there are excerpts from the book at the author’s site.
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