Canadian author, Mary M. Cushnie-Mansour, known as the “Writer on the Run” in literary circles, fell in love with fantasy stories from a young age. Some might say Mary lives in a fantasy world after they read her youth novels, which will take you on quests into strange and magical worlds.

All three YA novels

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April 21 – 28!

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Fairy Forest

The Irish have always believed in fairies.

As civilization expanded, though, humankind began encroaching on forests where fairies roamed freely, driving them from their homes. The fairies finally took refuge in a vast tract of forest in the heart of Ireland, building their new home beneath the roots of the ancient trees. It is called, Fairy Forest.

Many centuries ago, the fairies went to the humans in the town that had jurisdiction over Fairy Forest and asked for protection of their woodland. A time-honoured pact was established between humans and fairies, stating that no human would set foot inside the forest to destroy any part of it. it would forever be a sanctuary for the fairies. A stone wall was built around Fairy Forest to keep out those tempted to enter, especially those who did not know of the historic agreement. The final paragraph in the document stated the treaty was good for as long as there was even one fairy alive, and for as long as the surrounding towns had at least one human living in them.

So it was written,

and so Fairy Forest remained – untouched – until now!

Due to such a high response for “Fairy Forest” from readers in the United Kingdom, here are direct links to for paperback and eBook versions.

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A Story of Day & Night

by Mary M. Cushnie-Mansour

A youth novel for ages 8 – 12

The people of Earth are weary––one side has been cursed with never-ending light; the other side with never-ending darkness. Two young maidens––Lunaria, from the dark side; Raycindia, from the light side––were bequeathed a unique book from their grandmothers, and they were told they were destined for great things.

Lunaria and Raycindia meet on the Border of Light and Dark, and realize their quest is the same––to seek out the wise woman, Zemia. She is alleged to be the last of the people from Ancient Earth, and the stories the maidens had read said she would be able to help them to end Earth’s curse.

Lunaria and Raycindia soon realize that meeting Zemia is just the beginning of their quest. They embark upon a perilous journey where they come face to face with the diabolical fiends that pay homage to Bulshrieka, the one responsible for the curse. To end the misery for the people of Earth, the maidens must be more courageous than ever before.

Will good overcome evil? Will the people of Earth ever be happy again? These questions can only be answered within the pages of––A Story of Day and Night!


Cover layout by Terry Davis

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The Silver Tree

by Mary M. Cushnie-Mansour

A youth novel for ages 10–18

Follow Alexandra’s quest as she is transformed into a beautiful unicorn to assist the Unicorn King in saving the unicorns being held captive in the Dark Forest by evil forces who seek to possess their magic.

The Silver Tree combines the beauty of good and the darkness of evil with the special young girl, lots of magic, a herd of unicorns, as well as fairies, creatures of the forest, dragons, witches, and so much more!


Cover art by Canadian artist, Kate Pellerin

Cover layout by Terry Davis

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