Dare to ride the Mystic Portal!
No ordinary bike trail…
Mystic Portal is no ordinary bike trail. Weird things happen there. They say each new jump leads to another world. You and your friends can’t wait to try it!
The choices you make will determine your adventure. Will you ride a camel? Fight bandits? Meet Bog the ogre? Or end up in an underwater city? What ever you choose, watch out for mad genies, suspicious merchants and one-eyed creatures with orange fur.
Cool adventures are waiting , so jump on your bike and ride the Mystic Portal.
The Fairytale Factory bring you Mystic Portal on Amazon, part of their You Say Which Way Series of interactive fiction for children aged 8-13 years.
Dragons Realm, a You Say Which Way adventure by Eileen Mueller, won the 2016 Sir Julius Vogel award for Best Youth Novel. In You Say Which Way adventures, your choices shape the outcome of your story.
Available in e-book and paperback.
Great at Limericks? Be Published!
with Clawsome Dragon Limericks
In our next book, Clawsome Dragon Limericks, Phantom Feather Press are giving readers a chance to have their own limericks published. Create an original dragon limerick and be in to win a spot in the e-book and a copy for your kindle or e-reading device. Entries close 30 July 2016. Enter using the submission form at Eileen Mueller’s site here.
Finalists: Feedback on your entry, publication of your name and limerick in Clawsome Dragon Limericks & 1 Amazon Kindle voucher for the Clawsome Dragon Limericks e-book.
Shortlisted entries: Feedback on your entry, publication of your name and limerick in Clawsome Dragon Limericks.
Judges: Blair Polly, editor, The Fairytale Factory & Eileen Mueller, editor, Phantom Feather Press.
Entries will be judged in three categories:
1) Children 12 yrs & under
2) Teens 13-15 yrs
3) Adult 16 yrs & over.
Enter using the submission form at Eileen Mueller’s site here.
Do you have a favourite New Zealand speculative fiction author, film director, artist…(Speculative fiction includes science fiction, fantasy and horror)
Did they publish or create something you really like? Then why not make their day and nominate them for a Sir Julius Vogel Award. email firstname.lastname@example.org SJV nomination in the subject line.
- Name / Title of work
- Name of Producer / Author / Creator
- TYPE OF WORK i.e. Novel, TV, Movie, Short Story, Web, Collection, Comic, Art
- Professional awards
- GENRE – science fiction, fantasy or horror
- YOUR NAME AND CONTACT DETAILS
List of eligible Phantom Feather Press Authors who published in 2015…
Peter Friend (Deadline Delivery)
Jan Goldie (Brave’s Journey)
Eileen Mueller (Dragon’s Realm)
Robyn P Murray
Lee Murray (The Thief’s Tale – for adults – supports Sanctuary Foundation Australia)
A.J. Ponder (Miss Lionheart)
DM Potter (4 You Say Which Way Adventures),
But movies, television, art and other works are eligible too…
To find out more go to http://dev.sffanz.sf.org.nz/sjv/sjvAwards.shtml
Good luck to all our authors and readers, we wish you all the best for 2016!
on behalf of the team at Phantom Feather Press
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Tagged 2015, 2016, A.J. Ponder, book, David Hill, Eileen Mueller, movie, movies, Peter Friend, Sir Julius Vogel Award, television
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Originally posted on Miss Lilly Lionheart:
Once Bitten, Twice Poisoned and Thrice Shy have all come together in one book – and now until the 27th of January it’s the teeny, tiny price of only 99c – so don’t delay,…
Twisty Christmas Tales editor, Peter Friend, has a new You Say Which Way adventure book out. The Deadline Delivery ebook is only a tiny 99c over the Christmas break – a must-read for You Say Which Way enthusiasts and young Peter Friend fans.
Available in paperback and as an ebook
More You Say Which Way Books here, including Eileen Mueller’s Dragon’s Realm, also available as a paperback and an ebook here
Dragons Realm, a You Say Which Way adventure by Eileen Mueller
We think it’s a fantastic book – but if you’re not sure, why not peek inside – or check out the customer reviews here?
We’re so excited, we love the way You Say Which Way adventures allow readers to decide what they want to do – but also read a book many times…and never quite know where they’re going to end up.