Will Mabel finally find a way to live her life of infamy on her own terms?
It’s been three years since her tango with the Dwarven and Elven Mafias, and Mabel Goldenaxe has been busy. Her movie making career has soared, she has the support of her friends, and has even found love. She’s the dwarf who has it all—or does she?
Mabel’s relationship with art-dealer Brent is on the rocks. The bond with her famous Mam, Frerin, has been more than tense, especially after what happened with Sevrin. Aramis, the now-Elven king, seems to regret his part in Mabel’s troubles and wants to be back in Mabel’s life. And her brother Max, her only connection to home, has stopped writing to her.
In the dramatic conclusion to the Ballad of Mabel Goldenaxe, Mabel must navigate her lingering love for axe-throwing, tumultuous relationships, and sidestep betrayal before it bites her in the battle-axe.
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About the Author
Author Sherry Peters lives in Winnipeg, where she spends her days working at St John's College at the University of Manitoba, and her evenings and weekends writing. Her first short story, "The Greatest Honor" (Aoife's Kiss, September 2007), went on to be featured in their best-of anthology "Wondrous Web Worlds Vol. 8". Since then, her two novels, "Mabel the Lovelorn Dwarf" and it's sequle "Mabel the Mafioso Dwarf" have been nominated for the Aurora Award for best YA novel, and "Mabel the Lovelorn Dwarf" won the 2014 Writer's Digest self-published e-book award in the YA category. Sherry graduated from the Odyssey Writing Workshop in 2005 and earned her M.A. in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University in 2009. During her time in both these programs, she he developed many techniques to detect and silence her inner saboteur.