A Fairy. A Dream. And a Bean Burrito.
Annabelle, like all of her fairy friends, desperately wants to be a rose fairy when she grows up.
But when things go horribly wrong at the Great Selecting ceremony, the fairy queen tells Annabelle she will have to spend the rest of her life as a . . . fart fairy!
As Annabelle’s childhood friends distance themselves from her, Annabelle’s family — especially her goofy brother, Fevrile — tell her everything will be alright. But, she knows better than to believe them.
This is the story of how Annabelle tries to escape her new life, breaking rules and friendships along the way.
But, when catastrophe strikes, she is forced to embrace her identity as a Forgotten Fairy, leading her to a destiny more important than anything else in history.
Annabelle, the Reluctant Fart Fairy is book one in the Forgotten Fairies series, designed for readers ages 5 to 105.
The Forgotten Fairies Series, by M.T. Lott
Have you ever wondered if there were more than just flower and butterfly fairies?
Are you getting bored with the same-old fairy stories?
Are you wondering what real fairies actually do all day?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then the Forgotten Fairies series is for you.
And, be sure to check out my hilarious coloring books for kids: THE FARTING ANIMALS COLORING BOOK and THE FARTING MAGICAL CREATURES COLORING BOOK.
FARTING ANIMALS: https://www.amazon.com/Farting-Animals-Coloring-Book/dp/1539486125/
MAGICAL CREATURES: https://www.amazon.com/Farting-Magical-Creatures-Coloring-Book/dp/1542366100/
INTERVIEW WITH M.T. LOTT
How did you create the character of Annabelle the Fart Fairy?
I’m a dad, and my two kids — one boy, one girl — love silly and slightly gross stories. Think Captain Underpants type books. My daughter loved fairy books and movies when she was little. She would constantly ask me to tell her fairy stories before bed. When I ran out of cute fairy stories, I created the Annabelle character. I probably told her fifty stories before I thought, “Hey, this might make a good character for a book.”
Did your daughter help you write the book?
She was my beta reader, for sure. I also got a few ideas from her. Once I was stuck in part of the book and I asked her what she thought should happen. She had a great idea, and I put it in the book.
When did you start writing books?
I’ve written since I was in junior high school, but I never published anything. I was an off-and-on writer. Once my kids started reading, I thought about writing books for children, but I never had a good idea until Annabelle.
What do you like to do for fun?
Surfing, gardening, and hiking.