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Jon Etter

Jon Etter grew up in his local library in Forrest, Illinois (population 1200, not including dogs), and eventually migrated north to Wisconsin, where he has taught high school English for the past twenty-one years. When not teaching or attempting to domesticate his two children, Jon has written a number of tales for a variety of publications, including The London Journal of Fiction, Tales of the Once and Future King, and Uncommon Lands. He's loved every minute of working on Those Dreadful Fairy Books that wasn't spent with Quentin Q. Quacksworth, whom Jon describes as "the opposite of fun," although he does enjoy how annoyed Quacksworth gets when referred to as "Triple Q" or "Q Cubed." For more information about Jon, visit him on the web at www.jonetter.com.
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Another Dreadful Fairy Book
Another Dreadful Fairy Book (3 Formats) ›
By Jon Etter
Cloth Price 16.99

Cloth, Trade Paper, EPUB

Published Jan 2020

The magical Grand Library of Elfame is in danger! The fearsome bugbear Drabbery wants to remove books he deems "damaging," and even threatens to close the library altogether. Shade may not be your average fairy—but she's a champion librarian and bibliophile who won't let censorship and suspicion ruin her dream to instill a love of books into the community of Elfame. With her friends the fast-talking Ginch and the silent but resourceful Professor, she sets out in search of help from a secret society charged with saving rare books.
A Dreadful Fairy Book
A Dreadful Fairy Book (2 Formats) ›
By Jon Etter, Contributions by Quentin Q. Quacksworth
Cloth Price 16.99

Cloth, EPUB

Published Nov 2018

Readers, beware: what you hold in your hands is a dreadful fairy book. I wish I were narrating almost any other fairy story, but alas, this is my lot. Whatever expectations you have of delightful and whimsical fairies are sure to be disappointed. There are certainly fairies, but most are not proper fairies. Some who are supposed to be nasty are disappointingly nice, while some who should be kind and helpful are disconcertingly surly, dishonest, and generally unpleasant company.Our heroine is, perhaps, the worst offender—a sprite more interested in books than carefree games, who insists on being called Shade. She is on a quest, albeit with rather questionable companions, to find a place her outré self can call home. A place of companionship, comfort, and, most importantly, positively filled with books.
A Dreadful Fairy Book
A Dreadful Fairy Book ›
By Jon Etter, Contributions by Quentin Q. Quacksworth

Trade Paper

Estimated Release Date Dec 2020

Whatever expectations you have of delightful and whimsical fairies are sure to be disappointed. There are certainly fairies, but most are not proper fairies. Some who are supposed to be nasty are disappointingly nice, while some who should be kind and helpful are disconcertingly surly. Our heroine is, perhaps, the worst offender—a sprite more interested in books than carefree games, who insists on being called Shade. She is on a quest to find a place her outré self can call home. A place of companionship, comfort, and, most importantly, positively filled with books.
Yet Another Dreadful Fairy Book
Yet Another Dreadful Fairy Book (4 Formats) ›
By Jon Etter

Cloth, PDF, EPUB, Mobipocket

Estimated Release Date Feb 2021

The uneasy truce between the Seelie Court and the Sluagh Horde is in trouble as nobles on both sides push King Julius and Queen Modthryth to attack while amongst the common fairy folk the Brother/Sisterhood of Afflicted and Repressed Fairies (B.A.R.F.) plans a revolution.The one chance Elfame may have to maintain the peace is a fairy raid organized by Prince Beow of the Sluagh and Princess Viola of the Seelie. But when the two are kidnapped, it's up to Shade, Ginch, and the Professor to save them and prevent the fairy lands from descending into chaos.