Welcome to the Fairy Tale Fun Blog Hop. In these posts we will demonstrate how the Main Characters of our books share similarities with Princesses (the good, the bad, and the funny).
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In my post, I will demonstrate 6 ways that Maggie Maddock in The Witches of Dark Root shares similarities with Brave's Merida.
2. Both young women are at home in the woods. In fact, Maggie's home town of Dark Root is a 'magical' forest.
3. Both women want to forsake tradition and choose their own path. Merida wants to choose whom she will marry while Maggie wants to find her way in the world and not take over her mother's coven business.
5. Both women also have limited time to save their mother!
6. In the end, both women discover that anything can be accomplished through the right combinations of family, love, and magic.
That's all for this stop. If you would like to read more about Maggie Maddock, you can download The Witches of Dark Root and The Magick of Dark Root on Amazon.
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