Elfin stories are often just for youngsters,” Jensen writes. “However, this one was written to entertain them and their entire family. So a wide variety of characters are involved in thrilling events to excite everyone’s interest.
Chattanooga, TN (PRWEB) August 01, 2013
Colorful characters collide with calamities, creating catastrophes that carry carefree conclusions in “Skat and the Princess Brat” (published by Trafford Publishing), the whimsical new fairy tale by Christyna Jensen.
A humorous tale with origins in Norse mythology, “Skat and the Princess Brat” introduces Skat, a young light-elf with a cheerful disposition but a lack of common sense. Ever the lothario, he falls in love with every girl he meets and tries in vain to woo them all.
Undeterred by the rejection of his romantic advances, Skat decides to set his sights on bigger goals. Annoyed by Odin’s unfair banishment of all the light-elves from Asgard, Skat vows to find a way to get his people back into paradise, but the Norse gods aren’t amused by his mischievous antics.
Underneath it all, Skat is a loveable scamp who believes that all creatures should be treated fairly. He manages to get into his fair share of scrapes, but his courage and charisma always carry him through. In the end, only a few selfish creatures can resist his many charms – or can they?
“Elfin stories are often just for youngsters,” Jensen writes. “However, this one was written to entertain them and their entire family. So a wide variety of characters are involved in thrilling events to excite everyone’s interest.”
“Skat and the Princess Brat”
By Christyna Jensen
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 298 pages | ISBN 9781426963070
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 298 pages | ISBN 9781426963063
E-Book | 298 pages | ISBN 9781426963087
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Christyna Jensen has been a speaker at storytelling festivals around the country and holds a master’s degree in education from East Tennessee State University. She was a contributing editor for The Art of Living magazine and completed the writing program at the Institute of Children’s Literature in West Redding, Conn. She is also the author of “Stories From Granny Mac’s Patch.”
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