Jay Lockwood
I snorted coffee out my nose while laughing, and am absolutely in love with this book. Maggie Hoyt has a gift for the one liner, and I am happy as all hell she is sharing it with the world.
Andy Wright
The idea for tweaking fairy tail motifs the way this project suggests caught my eye right away while scrolling through the stuff here on Inkshares. Then, I was delighted to find that the writing is solid and the characters are wonderful.
Regina McMenomy, Ph.D.
Every now and then I read the intro to a book and think, Why oh why didn't I write this? That's how I feel reading the start of this story. Love the characters, the concept, and the humor.
Billy O’Keefe
Girls today are always waiting for a prince, but I’m never sure why. It’s the fairies who do all the work in the stories. One of several lines I already love from this one. Take a look!
Audrey T. Carroll
The premise is so quirky and funny, and I love that the voice is clear and strong from the start. I'm sure this'll be a fun read!
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This is a fun, humorous fantasy book for all those wondering what the life of a mother in a medieval fantasy world is like!
Aaron Martini, Ed.D., NBCT
Funny, quirky, imaginative...I look forward to reading how Fan's and Ella's (and Evelyn's and Henry's) fairy tale endings arrive!
Audrey T. Carroll
The premise is so quirky and funny, and I love that the voice is clear and strong from the start. I'm sure this'll be a fun read!
C. Noel Carlson
I love the realness of Maggie's voice and the dry humor of the narrator! Can't wait to read more. 
G. A. Finocchiaro
This is a fun idea, that's made that much more fun by its prose and snarky nature. I think the author has something special here.