Time for another episode of “Kitty forgot she wrote this short story twice in a row!”
Recently I realized that–even though I completely forgot about them–I have themed short stories for Father’s day and Mother’s day!
The Father’s Day short story is for the King Arthur and her Knights series. King Arthur stars the modern-day woman, Britt Arthurs, masquerading as the legendary King Arthur. To read it, click this link–although in fair warning it might hit in you the feels, especially if you’ve recently read the ending of the series.
And since I completely forgot about Mother’s Day back in May let me take this opportunity to mention the Magiford short, Parent’s Night, and the Snow White short, A Mother’s Responsibility. The Magiford short story is more about parents in general, but the Snow White short story is focused on the relationship between a step-mom and daughter!
In conclusion, Happy Parents’ day to everyone!
Quick question. I did a trial of magic reread, and this was a small detail. But in the aftermath of the battle , they didn’t move Angelique. I was curious why they did this. I mean in the book (spoiler warning) she does something seriously illness inducing that would probably spell removal from premises or medical aide in an infirmary. I’m sure there’s a smart reason for it (we are talking about kitty’s books after all) I just didn’t pick up on it