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Book Club Questions: Small, Everyday Fae #books #fantasy #folklore

Celebrating the release of Small, Everyday Fae, I’m sharing a couple of book club questions.

Book club questions Small, Everyday Fae

  1. Did you like the format of the book (faery name, original folklore in a nutshell, origin of the fae as presented in the author’s writing, and a short story with the faery in action)?
  2. Did you see the similarities of the different small fae?
  3. What do you think of the fact that they prefer the mortal realm?
  4. What do you think of the fae that like to help humans?
  5. What do you think of the fae that like to trick humans?
  6. Do you think that there are other small, everyday fae not included in this book?
  7. What are your thoughts on the stories drawn from other books?
  8. What do you think of the story specifically written for this book?
  9. What are your thoughts about the podcast being the inspiration for this book?
  10. Will you read the rest of the series?

About the book




Ten types of fae one can encounter every day. Ten magical short stories featuring these fae. Ten quick, yet thorough, explorations of the folklore of these everyday fae.

Scroll up to buy now and learn more about the fae and how they came to be.

*This is the first book in the Origin of the Fae series.

Available as an eBook everywhere.

Audiobook coming soon.

Get your book club questions in Afrikaans here:

In actual salamander form, the fire elementals skittered across the lawn in the mortal realm outside the entrance to Avenir Hollow. There were things that needed to be done and they needed to conceal their true nature to other fae – especially the gossipy Solitaries who like to tell tales to their Court masters.

Salamanders of the South (A prequel story to Once and Future Queen), Small, Everyday Fae by Ronel Janse van Vuuren

Blog posts about this book:

Folklore blog posts:

Podcast episodes:

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2 thoughts on “Book Club Questions: Small, Everyday Fae #books #fantasy #folklore”

  1. This looks so good, Ronel! What a gorgeous cover and book trailer. I’ve just bought the Kindle version and will do the book club questions when I’ve read it.

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