Out Now: Autumn Edition of The Magic Messenger

The sky is gray and cloudy and the rain is soaking the world; winds buff the treetops and the branches creak as their leaves play tag in mid-air.

You sit on your porch with a blanket and a cup of tea, reading the Autumn Edition of the Magic Messenger and all is well with the world as you quietly but contently thank the contributors and staff.

Happy reading.

All editions of the Magic Messenger can be read here.

 

Help us make the Autumn Messenger Awesome!

Hi you wonderful scribblers!
 
We hope you enjoyed the summer Messenger! We did!
 
In fact, we are already preparing for the autumn Messenger, but since the Messenger is for Fae by Fae, we can’t do this without your help!
 
So please send us your scribblings, photos, recipes, anecdotes, jokes, stories, poems, and whatever else you can think of.  If you need some inspirational themes to get you started, we suggest Autumn and Witchcraft for this issue.
 
We need you!
 
And don’t for a moment think that your work is not good enough or not worthy enough to be published, because it *is* and we’d love to help you share it.
 
Please send your submissions to Bugs Larnia inworld or via e-mail to fcmagicmessenger@gmail.com
 
The deadline is September 19th, so you have a few weeks.

New activity in Faery Crossing! HORSEBACK RIDING

As of now, there is a free horse rezzer next to the FC Welcome Center.  Just touch the horse and choose the type of horse you want. If you can’t decide, touch the sign and you will get a picture of all the choices, listed from tiny ponies to huge Clydesdales.

When you choose a horse, it will rez and you will be sitting on it. Turn your AO off. You get a HUD that let’s you control your activity, speed, and many other things, or you can just use the arrow keys on your keyboard to keep it simple.

Ride the paths of Faery Crossing. To get from island to island, use the fords, or just wade into deep water (and watch the fun animation). Form a faery rade by choosing to “follow” another horse rider – you can sit back and enjoy the view!

If you ‘stand’, your horse will wait patiently for a short time in case you want to get back on or have it follow you or lead it. If you don’t follow up with a new activity, it will eventually disappear.
You can always go back and get another horse!

Happy trails!