Cover Reveal—Of Moonbeams And Fairies By Rebecka Vigus

Published November 22, 2014 by Michelle Dennis - Author

Blue Harvest Creative

We’re pleased to present our cover design for Of Moonbeams And Fairies by BHC author Rebecka Vigus. Of Moonbeams And Fairies is a wonderful collection of children’s stories and poems that will be a child’s favorite for many nights of reading.

Of-Moonbeams-and-Fairies---Rebecka-Vigus-(Front)Available in eBook and Trade Softcover in November, 2014


A whimsical book of poems and short stories featuring gnomes, fairies, elves, fireflies, leprechauns, and other real and fictitious characters aimed to capture the imagination of youngsters. Taking you to imaginary places and enticing you to believe in what you cannot see.

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