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Fantastic Fables: Kelly Meding’s Phineas el Chimal on The Rapunzel Fable

**Visit Tynga’s Reviews today for her Three Little Pigs Fantastic Fable from Justin Gustainis & a chance to win SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL**

Fantastic Fables day three gives us a twist on the Rapunzel fable.  Kelly Meding’s Phineas el Chimal, is a were-osprey.  He’s here today to give us an original shape-shifter’s bedtime story.  ANOTHER KIND OF DEAD (available now) is the third book in the Dreg City urban fantasy series, followed by WRONG SIDE OF DEAD on January 31, 2012. Thanks to Kelly and the wonderful team at Random House/Bantam, four of you who comment on this post will win a copy of the book!  See details below

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Fantastic Fables – A Shape-Shifter’s Bedtime Story

I’m so excited to be included in this event!  I think it’s a fantastic idea.  The story below features a recurring character from both AS LIE THE DEAD and ANOTHER KIND OF DEAD (Dreg City 2 & 3), Phineas el Chimal.  Phin is a were-osprey, and the first time series heroine Evangeline Stone meets him she isn’t sure what to think of him.  All but three members of his shape-shifter Clan are dead and it’s partly Evy’s fault, but he asks her for her help.  So is he a threat?  Is he an ally?  In some ways, just might be both….

And so, onto the story!

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“If she gets fussy, just tell her a story.”

Those had been Aurora’s departing words thirty minutes ago, spoken over her shoulder as she rushed out of the condo, leaving her infant daughter Ava behind.  Behind in Phineas’s arms, a squirming bundle of energy who alternated between perfect calm and wriggling worm.  Phin wasn’t very good with children, having never had any of his own, but Ava was his goddaughter and he’d do anything for her.

Even try to tell a blessed story, if that’s what it took to tame her excitability.  As a shape-shifter, Ava grew four times faster than a human child, and in their first year they rarely stayed still long enough to sleep for a few hours at a time.  Phin didn’t know how Aurora managed her daughter full-time, and his respect for the young were-kestrel compounded with each passing minute.

This was his first time babysitting Ava alone since she was born.  If a story calmed her, he’d tell her something.  Bouncing the squirming bundle of curly hair and blue eyes gently in his arms, Phin searched his memory for something.  Anything.

“Once upon a time,” he began, drawing on the oldest of beginnings, “there was a young princess named, um, Evy.”  She was the first name he’d thought of—a human friend who’d saved his life by nearly sacrificing her own.  Yes, she was certainly a heroine in her own right.  “Evy lived in a Faraway Land, and she was very beautiful.  So beautiful, in fact, that the Queen of the Faraway Land, um….”  He thought hard for a female name he wouldn’t mind associating with the villain of his story.  “Kelsa.  Yes, Queen Kelsa, who was also Evy’s step-mother, was very jealous of Evy’s beauty, so she ordered her henchmen to kidnap Evy and lock her away in a tower.”

Ava had settled a bit in his arms, and she watched him with wide eyes, listening to the gentle cadence of his voice, soothing her even if she didn’t completely understand his words.

“Evy lived in the tower for many years, locked away and forgotten by everyone except the forest creatures.  Deer and bears and birds and cats all came to hear her sing with her lovely voice.”  The image made Phin smile; he had no idea if his Evy could sing or not, but the visual was amusing.  “Until one day, a traveling prince from an Even Farther Away Faraway Land came through the forest and heard someone singing.  The prince followed the sound of singing to the tower were Evy was locked away.  He called out to her, and when she leaned out the window of her tower and he saw her beauty, he fell in love.

“‘Come down, fair maiden,’ the prince said, ‘so that we may be married.’  This saddened Evy, and she said, ‘I am locked in this tower, and I cannot get down.’  The door to the tower was locked from the outside, and she had no key.  ‘Can you not make a rope and climb down?’ the prince asked.  ‘I have only one small blanket, and nothing else with which to fashion a rope long enough to reach the bottom.'”

Phin shifted Ava to his other arm, happy to see the child settling in, her eyelids drooping.

“The prince examined the lock and snapped his fingers with delight.  ‘I know a trick taught to me by an elf wizard.  I can remove the lock.’  The prince closed his eyes and used a magical trick that had been gifted to him many years ago.  The lock disappeared from the tower door and reappeared whole in his hand.  The door was open.  The lovely maiden was free.

“Evy came down the stairs, and the prince went up.  They met in the middle, and the prince promised her his kingdom if she married him.  She told him about her wicked step-mother, Queen Kelsa, and the prince promised to protect Evy from her for the rest of their lives.  ‘But I don’t even know your name,’ Evy said.  The prince smiled and replied, ‘My name is Wyatt.  Will you be mine?’

“‘Yes, yes, I will.’  They kissed there on the stairs, pledging their love to one another.  And then Prince Wyatt whisked Princess Evy off to his Even Farther Away Faraway Land, where they were soon married, and they lived happily ever after.”

Ava’s eyes were closed.  She burbled and made a soft, cooing sound.  Phin sat down on the sofa and held her as she slept, her very existence a precious gift to their people.  He wished for Ava to have her prince, and to one day find her own happily ever after.  And he wished the very same for his human friend Evy.

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About Kelly:

A native of the Delaware seashore, Kelly Meding briefly attempted life in the bustle of the Northern Virginia/DC Metro area, before retreating back to the relative quiet of the Eastern Shore.  She lives in a small town near the beach, with a neurotic cat who occasionally meows at ghosts.  Kelly received her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication in 2002 and she hasn’t used it since, preferring instead to wile away her non-writing hours on the sales floor of a national retail chain.  After discovering Freddy Krueger at a very young age, Kelly began a lifelong obsession with horror, science fiction, and fantasy, on which she blames her interest in vampires, psychic powers, superheroes, and all things paranormal.  When not writing, she can be found crafting jewelry, enjoying a good cup of coffee, or scouring the Internet for gossip on her favorite television shows.

You can visit Kelly around the web here: Website | Blog | Twitter | Facebook

Want to read more from Kelly Meding?

Three Days to Dead As Lie the Dead Another Kind of Dead Wrong Side of DeadTrance

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This giveaway is provided by Kelly and Random House/Bantam

Four winners will each receive a copy of Another Kind of Dead by Kelly Meding

Available on August 2, 2011 from Random House/Bantam

About the Book:

She can heal her own wounds. She can nail a monster to a wall. But there’s one danger Evangeline Stone never saw coming.

Been there. Done that. Evy Stone is a former Dreg Bounty Hunter who died and came back to life with some extraordinary powers. Now all but five people in the world think she is dead again, this time for good—immolated in a factory fire set specifically for her. Evy and Wyatt, her partner/lover/friend, can no longer trust their former allies, or even the highest echelons of the Triads—the army of fighters holding back from an unsuspecting public a tide of quarreling, otherworldly creatures—they can trust only each other. Because when the Triads raided a macabre, monster-filled lab of science experiments and hauled away the remnants, they failed to capture their creator: a brilliant, vampire-obsessed scientist with a wealth of powerful, anti-Dreg weaponry to trade for what he desires most of all—Evy Stone: alive and well, and the key to his ultimate experiment in mad science.

Click HERE to read an excerpt

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GIVEAWAY GUIDELINES:

1. Leave a comment for Kelly, let us know what you think of this fable, book or series.

2. +1 entries for tweeting about this contest, blogging about it, linking via your sidebar etc…(please tell me where!).

3. Giveaway is open to U.S. only.

4. Please include your email address in your comment.

5. All Fantastic Fables winners will be announced on September 7th.

6. The winner will be picked with the help of Random.org.

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49 Responses to “Fantastic Fables: Kelly Meding’s Phineas el Chimal on The Rapunzel Fable

  1. Audra HoltwickNo Gravatar
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    I love the fable- it was very sweet. I would love to win this book i have not read this sreies.
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  2. RebeLovesBooksNo Gravatar
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    So cute! I loved how he stumbles at first. I’ve been hearing great things about this book, so I can’t wait to read it!

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  3. erinNo Gravatar
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    Thanks for the great story! I’ve loved this series and can’t wait for this 3rd book! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  4. Heather McCorkleNo Gravatar
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    I love this! Every babysitter needs a story like this in their armory. I can’t believe I haven’t read Kelly’s work. These are going on my list of books to buy!

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    Follower, tweeting, blogging at http://heathermccorkle.blogspot.com on Tuesday and @HeatherMcCorkle

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    I loved it! +1
    Tweeted: https://twitter.com/#!/Jovial_1/status/98816741890736128 +3
    Follower +3

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  6. Kayla BouyNo Gravatar
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    I’ve never read the series but I’d love to. I’ve added it to my TBR list.

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  7. Lori StronginNo Gravatar
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    Cute ficlet! Gotta love paranormal bedtime stories!

    Smiles!
    Lori
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  8. Lenna HNo Gravatar
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    What a delightful story with a lot of depth for such a short story. I already love Phin! His heart is in the right place. I’d love to win ~ you have me fascinated.

    glittergirl54(at)ymail(dot)com

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  9. Jessica S.No Gravatar
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    Great fable!! So can’t wait to read Another Kind of Dead!! Can’t wait to see what adventures Evy gets into!

    GFC Follower
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  10. Julie WittNo Gravatar
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    I’ve never read this series but I am definitely going to now! I loved the fable, too! I wish I could come up with something like that, but I guess that’s why I’m a reader and not a writer:)
    jwitt33 at live dot com

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  11. Julie WittNo Gravatar
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    I tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/jwitt33/status/98876644726538241

    jwitt33 at live dot com

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  12. Rain maiden JenNo Gravatar
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    What a sweet story. I think I would struggle to tell a small one a bed time story. I have added this series to my wish list. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  13. LexiNo Gravatar
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    If only my daughter would go to sleep that easily! A sweet bedtime story…maybe I should try that =)

    This series is amazing! Can’t wait for more. Thanks for a chance to win!
    eyesofblueice(at)gmail(dot)com

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  14. Low KeyNo Gravatar
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    Phin’s story was ridiculously sweet. When I think about all of the times I asked my mother to tell me a story on the spot when I was a child, I cannot believe the range of imagination she must have had to put up with me. I was quite demanding. I suppose it’s why I devour books like a maniac.

    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  15. Meredith MillerNo Gravatar
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    I love the fable. Very sweet.

    GFC follower
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    I love this story! It’s so sweet.

    VWinship at aol dot com

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    I loved the story within the story and the main story! Great job! Glad the prince had everything under control :)

    mljfoland AT hotmail DOT com

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  18. AmyNo Gravatar
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    Aww that story was so sweet! The prince is so awesome for freeing her and asking “Will you be mine?” I about melted at those words :)

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  19. Julie S.No Gravatar
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    This sounds like a really interesting series. Thanks for the giveaway.
    juliecookies(at)gmail.com

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  20. AnneNo Gravatar
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    I really like Three Days to Dead, but lost track of the series. Will have to get caught up!

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  21. Stacy (UrbanFantasyInvestigations)No Gravatar
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    Great series, thank you for the giveaway

    Chllybrd(at)gmail.com

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    Awwwwww! (Like the sound you make when you see puppies, kittens, or babies.) That was so sweet – and unexpected. Love the series, but the characters are more kick-a** and complicated than sweet, I think. Either way, I’m eager to read Another Kind of Dead.

    mdturett at juno dot com

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  23. SariahNo Gravatar
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    This was so sweet. I would love to read Another Kind of Dead. Thanks for the chance to win!

    sariahwalters at gmail dot com

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  24. Lane (moirae the fates)No Gravatar
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    That was really interesting, and very sweet!
    Thank you for the giveaway, the books are now on my wishlist!

    moiraethefates(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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    This is a new series for me. I would love to win a book to draw me in to reading the series.
    linda at gordonvalley dot com

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  26. Marlene BreakfieldNo Gravatar
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    I enjoyed the fable and loved Phin. thanks for the giveaway
    Tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/mbreakfield/status/99326338070093827
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    I loved it…so cute. :)

    +1 tweeted – http://twitter.com/#!/Heatwave316/status/99653204911980544

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    This would be a new author for me! moc.loanull@914renraWt

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    I loved the short fable that you provided for us and this series sounds great. Thanks.

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  30. Heather PowersNo Gravatar
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    This is a lovely fable :) This book series looks different for other urban fantasy. Would love to win this book.

    Heather Powers
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    Aww, I loved that story and I loved that the narrator was a bird shifter. That’s not a common type of shifter. I would love to read more about him.

    jen at delux dot com

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  32. Barb PNo Gravatar
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    How could you not like a shape shifter tale. Love Kelly’s series and can’t wait to read the new book. Count me in please. ten.labolgcbsnull@31146kcirtapb

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  33. AmandaNo Gravatar
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    I just picked up this series a couple of months ago and is hooked, man i need this book.
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  34. SusanNo Gravatar
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    I love this series. Thanks for the giveaway.

    sab5723 at hotmail dot com

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  35. Maria (pronounced Mariah)No Gravatar
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    I haven’t read this series yet…they sound like something I would greatly enjoy!

    Tweet: http://twitter.com/#!/Maria_Smith_76/status/103539304613150720

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  36. Casey HensleyNo Gravatar
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    Thank you so much for this amazing giveaway–I’ve been dying to read this book and the plot line sounds awesome!

    I am a GFC follower.

    +1-Tweeted/blogged/linked

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    Thanks for the giveaway. I really want to read this book, it sounds great.

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  38. Jennifer KallhoffNo Gravatar
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    Sounds like a really good book! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    I like this story and love this series.
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    I tweeted
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    scrtsbpal at yahoo dot com

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  41. Pam S (pams00)No Gravatar
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    Really liked this story – ty for sharing it :)! The series sounds awesome as well will have to start it soon.

    pams00 @ aol.com

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    tweeted –
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    pams00 @ aol.com

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  43. Crystal SolomonNo Gravatar
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    Great series. I would love to read AKOD.

    csolomon25 (at) aol (dot) com

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  44. Little Lamb LostNo Gravatar
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    I loved this fable…like the story of Rapunzel but no headache for after bearing the prince’s weight on her hair…or did she cut it off and then fashion the rope…hmmm…

    little lamb lst at yahoo dot com

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  45. kelsey. dobbinsNo Gravatar
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    Oooh I loved a shape shifters bedtime story! Im sure I would love.Another Kind of Dead as well.

    Poisnivyred AT gmail.com

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  46. Jolene ANo Gravatar
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    Wow, this sounds like a great series, can’t wait to get started

    +1 tweeted- http://twitter.com/#!/joleneallcock/status/109800558185021440

    june111(at)att(dot)net

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  47. Escape by FictionNo Gravatar
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    I have the first two books and would love to add this to my collection. I think the story sounds amazing:)

    Good reading ~ Escape by Fiction

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  48. joannie sparksNo Gravatar
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    Hi i have not read this series yet but i’m glad i found this tour cause this is the kind of books for me thanks Joannie jscddmj at aol dot com
    http://twitter.com/#!/joannie1956/status/110234380378714112

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  49. donnasNo Gravatar
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    Great story. Thanks for sharing! Looking forward to the book as well its a great series.

    tweet – http://twitter.com/#!/DonnaS1/status/110969264789405696

    bacchus76 at myself dot com

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