Welcome–And an Update!


Welcome to The Curious Leaf. We’re so glad you stopped by. 🙂

The Storyteller-in-Chief is still ironing out some gremlins, stoking the dragons, and rounding up the pixies. But soon–soon!–we should be up and running and telling stories.

The Curious Leaf will function as a serialized serial at present. This means that the stories told will all be serials. (Think of a serial installment as an episode of your favorite TV show.) And each episode of the serials will be told over the course of one chapter per week.

The current schedule can be found in the right sidebar:

Monday: The Curious Leaf

Tuesday: The Faerie Thief

Wednesday: Mira Morganstein

Thursday: Secrets of the UnderWhere

As the Time Gnome permits, another story may be added on Fridays. More information on that to come.

Saturdays will be Days of Hodgepodge where anything might happen: book recommendations, visits from fairy tellers, Items of Interest, or perhaps nothing at all.

If you have a book you’d like to recommend or would like to guest blog as a fairy teller (author of fantasy, fairy tales, etc.) or anything else you think might be of interest to the Wonder-Kin*, please Contact Me and let me know!

The Curious Leaf will be up and running in February 2015, so mark your calendars and prepare to be enchanted–shortly. 😀


*What exactly is a Wonder-Kin, you ask? A Wonder-Kin is a person who is on a grand adventure to find every sort of Wonder, and is known to be caught by Flights of Fancy and captivated by Wit and Whimsy regularly.

A Wonder-Kin is the most marvelous of creatures who seizes the Extraordinary on a daily basis because they are able to see past the ordinary and the mundane to where the Magic and Mystery await them.

The Wonder-Kin like nothing better than scrumptious words that curl up in odd corners and are always delighted to meet new words. The Wonder-Kin have a special fondness for books and libraries, and can often be found with their nose in a book, their head in the clouds, and a dreamy expression in their eyes.

Much of their time is spent in one Story or another, chasing Truth and Beauty from one Curiosity to the next.

In short, a Wonder-Kin is family and looks a lot like you.