This morning I wrote about Annabel Frazer’s short story ‘The Sea Raven’ on my other blog, The Three Rs Book Blog. Since The Sea Raven is a sequel to Mary Stewart’s ‘The Lost One’ and The Wind Off the Small Isles, I think perhaps I ought to reblog the article to make it available here on Mary Queen of Plots too. And it is up on goodreads. (Oh and now I am wondering if it is possible to add this review to Smashwords too…) Here it is:
The Sea Raven is a wonderful short story by Annabel Frazer, author of The Day the Earth Caught Cold. The author is allowing her story, as a tribute to Mary Stewart, to be read for free – see here for more details.
The original Perdita story is Mary Stewart’s short story ‘The Lost One’, set among the hills of the English county of Cumbria, which was published in a British magazine for women in 1960. The second story is Stewart’s novella set on the island of Lanzarote, called The Wind Off the Small Isles, and it was first published in 1968. Mary Stewart wrote of her intention to write a third Perdita story but…
Continued at The Sea Raven. Annabel Frazer — The Three Rs Book Blog
Just finished The Sea Raven and, wow, Wow, WOW! I just love that! I want to read it again before I add specific comments but I have to say I was so enamored with this story. Great job Annabel!
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Yes! I feel just the same – The Sea Raven is so good!
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