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June 1, 2020 at 3:45 pm #49597Madame SidlerKeymaster
Andrew’s birthday is June 4! Let’s throw him a huge party here in the forum, with virtual streamers and encouraging notes. Maybe something you appreciate about him, his books, or his music. Or a funny story, or a haiku, or a blessing for the year to come. Or you can just say happy birthday! We’ll collect notes until Thursday, and then turn out the lights… and when he gets here… we’ll POUNCE. 🙂
June 1, 2020 at 4:07 pm #49599Maya JoelleGuest
I pop in here every year, so I’m sure you’ve heard this before (from me and others), but in all seriousness, I wouldn’t be the person I am today without your music and writing (and the Rabbit Room). Please never stop the good work you’re doing.
Have the happiest of birthdays, and many happy returns!
The stories are true,
P.S. I’ve been using that quote (“the stories are true”) for my blog‘s tagline for a while now. You’re credited in the footer. If that’s an issue, you can contact me at [email protected] and I’ll change it. (:
June 1, 2020 at 4:55 pm #49600Kinnan WingfeatherGuest
I cannot describe how much your books and music have impacted me. I cried over many, many places, laughed over even more places, and cheered for Janner, Kal, and Leelie at every turn. As for your music, Is He Worthy? has been an amazing song in my family since I got the Wingfeather Saga books at my library about three years ago. We found out that you are a singer/songwriter, and I got Resurrection Letters II for my birthday. Is He Worthy? has been my favorite song for a long time. My dad loves it, and often cries when he hears it (that’s rare, BTW.) Thank you for your impact!
I also must thank you for your definition of a writer at the end of the Monster in the Hollows, in the author’s note. In the words of Andrew Peterson, “It takes a healthy does of foolishness to embark on this kind of journey… because the writing of a book is an imposition on everyone the writer knows. They have to put up with a faraway look in his eyes when he’s at the dinner table. They have to put up with his unbearable blabbing about this troublesome plot point or that tricky timeline conundrum. They have to put up with his terse emails (because by the end of the day it’s a great effort to type another word), his headaches (either from too much or too little coffee), an his inability to converse like a normal person (because his brain is jellified).”
That is so right (besides the coffee, I’m not a coffee drinker, sorry). I am frequently accused of having my brain in bookland because I’m either staring into space or suffering from the “inability to converse like a normal person (because [my] brain is jellified).”
Anyway, you’ve said that your hero is Richard Mullins. I want you to know that you are mine (ask anyone in my family, they’re always hearing about Andrew Peterson this and Andrew Peterson that, it drives them crazy!). Since I want to be a writer when I grow up, I’m encouraged by your work and words. And your humor. I can always use a good laugh. 🙂
~Joelle Stone (that’s my pen name, BTW)
P.S. In the words of the ingenious Kabeesh Lahoom, “Sorry this was so long.”
June 1, 2020 at 4:56 pm #49602Kinnan WingfeatherGuest
June 1, 2020 at 5:00 pm #49604Kinnan WingfeatherGuest
Oh, and happy birthday!!
June 1, 2020 at 5:44 pm #49614rebeccaGuest
Happy birthday 🎂
I appreciate how you are an influence on my life
June 1, 2020 at 5:45 pm #49616Elika WeaverGuest
Happy Birthday Andrew Peterson! Thanks for being such a big inspiration for me and a huge encouragement for my writing. Hope you have an amazing day! Can’t wait to see how the Lord uses you throughout the coming years. 😃
June 1, 2020 at 6:25 pm #49626Kimera WingfeatherGuest
I wish you the happiest of birthdays!!! Your books and music have been a such huge inspiration for me and I appreciate them so much. The Wingfeather Saga has been my favorite series for a really long time now (and I plan on keeping it that way..hehe). Congratulations! 🙂
June 1, 2020 at 8:20 pm #49639Kaleb Wingfeather, Throne Warden AnnieraGuest
Dear Mr. Peterson,
I’m so happy that yet another year in the course of your blessed life has passed and I wish you many more!
Your writing of the Wingfeather Saga was definitely impacted my life. I hope that you will continue your writings on Anniera and other such lands that surround it. If you want to! Do not feel any obligation to write anything else. Your books have definitely inspired me in many ways and one of which is to write!
In the words of a wise Person,
May the lord Bless you and
keep you, May he make his
shine upon you and by
gracious to you! Amen
June 1, 2020 at 9:07 pm #49640RyleeGuest
Happy Birthday Mr. Peterson!!!
I hope you have a wonderful day sending you a six feet away hug 😉
I love your books and music. Thank you soooo much for writing them 😀
you and your family are in my prayers daily my the Lord bless you all
Your Sister In Christ.
Rylee L. D.
June 1, 2020 at 9:09 pm #49641RyleeGuest
there’s no cake I didn’t say cake 😉
June 1, 2020 at 9:10 pm #49642RyleeGuest
June 2, 2020 at 5:15 am #49671OreoGuest
Just wanted to wish you a happy HAPPY birthday Andrew, and say that your books made a diffrence in my life, even though have only read 2(heh heh) I can only imagine what the next 4 will do.
Again happy birthday.
Your friend Oreo
June 2, 2020 at 6:42 am #49672Caleb JGuest
Hello Mr. Peterson,
You have been a great influence in my life. I first came across The Wingfeather Saga a few years ago and was instantly hooked. The plot is incredible, the characters amazing and lifelike, and the conclusion heartbreakingly satisfying. It proves that people other than J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis can write epic fantasy. I think that The Wingfeather Saga is one of the best fictional series ever written in Christian literature.
I pre-ordered your book Adorning the Dark because it sounded really interesting, and it was. I was really inspired after reading it to create something of my own and not keep starting and stopping soon after. So I started writing a fantasy novel. I would have stopped ten times by now if it wasn’t for Adorning the Dark giving me advice along the way. I am now 50,000 words in and I hope to finish a first draft by the end of the year. If you want, I’d be glad to send you a copy once I’m finished. 😀
In summary, you have been a major influence in my creative life through your books, encouragement, and songs. I hope and know that you will continue to be.
June 2, 2020 at 9:31 am #49676Kylie WingfeatherGuest
Happy Birthday to you!
Happy Birthday to you!
Happy Birthday Mr. Peterson!
Happy Birthday to you!
Mr. Peterson, thank you for writing The Wingfeather Saga. I first read the Saga two years ago and didn’t reread it. Then the coronavirus started and you read the first two books online, and I rediscovered the books. They have become my favorite series. Unlike most characters in books I feel like Janner, Tink/Kalmar, Leeli, and all the other characters are real. Every time I read the books I am transported into Aerwiar. From GLipwood to Anniera, from the first book to the last, The Wingfeather Saga is awesome! Happy Birthday!
~ Kylie Wingfeather
June 2, 2020 at 10:34 am #49678EowynGuest
Happy Birthday Andrew! I hope you have a great day!
Thank you so much for what you do. Your books and music have had such an impact on me.
Thank you for all your hard work writing the Wingfeather Saga. It truly makes me long for the day when God will wipe away all our tears and make our world right again.
Thank you for taking time to read your books aloud to us and sharing a little bit of your life when we all gathered around to listen.
Thank you for Adorning the Dark. Not only did it inspire me to create, your openness made me realize that I’m not alone.
Thank you for all the songs you’ve written and for being willing to let God speak to broken people through you.
I pray that God will bless you as you have blessed so many of us.
June 2, 2020 at 11:43 am #49680Kenechi DuatronGuest
Hello Andrew Peterson! Your writing ( and music, too) are a huge inspiration and blessing to me! I can’t even put into words how much I love The Wingfeather Saga. <3 Here’s to a wonderful birthday!!
June 2, 2020 at 11:45 am #49681Bryson BostwickGuest
Dear Mr. Andrew Peterson, Happy Birthday! I wish to take this opportunity to thank you deeply, Mr. Peterson, for the influence you have had in all aspects of my life. As I am both a writer, and a Christian, Your books have encouraged me to be the author of countless stories of courage, love, and hope, and your songs have strengthened me in my faith. I cannot tell you how amazed I was when I first listened to you read your books! I have been caught up in the story of the Wingfeathers, worried for them at every turn, and celebrating for them with every victory. I cannot wait for your reading of the new books in September! I cannot tell you how amazed I was when I first listened to Resurrection Letters for the first time. It filled me with a sense of joy and peace. And a deep respect for my Savior. Thank you for your impact on my writing. Thank you for your effect on my walk with the LORD. Thank you for your beautiful work, and Happy birthday! -14-year-old Bryson
June 2, 2020 at 1:12 pm #49694Denali ChristiansonGuest
Dear Mr. Peterson,
I don’t think I can express in words how much the Lord has used you in my life. I found the Wingfeather Saga at a time in my life when I was struggling in my faith. By the fourth book, that was beginning to change. The end of The Warden and the Wolf King was so perfect, so complete, and so hopeful that it left me with a realization of how beautiful Jesus Christ is. Thank you, thank you, thank you for following the Lord’s leading and writing these books!
If it weren’t for the Wingfeather Saga, I would not be an author today. I am now deep in the throes of my own fantasy series and it was entirely inspired by your books. I have always loved fantasy, but it was such a daunting task to write anything about another world that I was afraid to try. Then I read your books. They inspired me that good Christian fantasy is possible to write by others than JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis. I will also mention that my brain is becoming sufficiently jellified! 😀 I do get coffee headaches too…
Thank you for your music. Is He Worthy? has become my theme song. Whenever I am doubting, I just go back and listen to it. It reminds me of how He is entirely in control and always there for me even as He is holy. Thank you for all you do, and HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!
Throne Warden in Christ,
~Denali Christianson (that’s my pen name, BTW!)
June 2, 2020 at 2:49 pm #49710JazzyfreshGuest
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ANDREW PETERSON!
hope you have a awesome day (You certainly deserve one). Without your books I would have never found this website and without this website I would have never found a lot of friends, so thank you soooooo much for your awesome books that I love so much.😁
P.s. Your books are AMAZING.
God bless you.
June 2, 2020 at 5:24 pm #49740Rebekah12Guest
Happy Birthday Andrew Peterson!!!
I can’t thank you enough for writing The Wingfeather Saga. There are only a few special fantasy books that have shaped my definition of the category fantasy, and all the books in The Wingfeather Saga are in that group.
I’ve always been drawn more to make-believe stories than books about real life. I don’t like magic (it’s always been a weird, unnecessary part of fantasy, in my opinion), but I love the creatures. The Wingfeather Saga is a unique kind of fantasy. Other than the Sea Dragons, all the creatures are native to the world of Aerwiar, and are found nowhere else. Plus, it’s easy to see the Christian aspects of it, and it’s not too much of an allegory (I dislike stories that are too allegory-ish).
Putting it all together, there’s literally no reason for me to not like The Wingfeather Saga. I was first introduced to it by my good friend Birds Rock, and in turn introduced it to several of my other friends, my grandma, and my aunt, all of whom love it.
I own the whole series in the paperback edition, and also have the first two hardcover copies. I can’t wait for The Wingfeather Saga to either be made into episodes or a movie series, and it continues to influence the way I write.
Who knows? Maybe I’ll make some unique creatures of my own one of these days.
Happy Birthday, Andrew Peterson.
June 3, 2020 at 1:44 pm #49769jaslynGuest
Dear Mr. Peterson,
You’re such an inspiration to me, as an aspiring(!!) writer, and as a Christian. Your books (both the Wingfeather Saga and Adorning the Dark) as well as your music were candles in the dark during my first year in university. There were many occasions when one of your songs would come on while I would be idly washing the dishes or preparing dinner, and oftentimes the words that I heard were exactly what I needed to hear in that moment. It’s so amazing to me how God speaks through art, and I’m so grateful that He comforted and encouraged me through your writing this year.
There was one particular instance that left a deep impression on me. It was evening, and I was taking the bus home after possibly one of the worst days of my life so far. I was feeling lonely, isolated, and completely on my own after trying (and failing) to be more social, and was also quite exhausted from keeping up a happy front in front of the people I wanted to be friends with. It wasn’t the worst thing that could’ve happened, but with all the pressue that had built up over the course of the semester, I was at my breaking point. My first semester at university was filled with social anxiety, stress about grades, and general loneliness after my high school classmates and I went our different ways. The thought that kept returning to me that night was, “I wish someone knew how I felt. I wish I wasn’t alone”.
I usually listen to music on the way back home, and that night, I just hit shuffle without paying much attention to which playlist I’d selected, and tried to stop crying. And the song that happened to come on first was ‘Always Good’. And when I heard the first few lines – “Do you remember how Mary was grieving? How you wept and she fell at your feet? If it’s true that you know what I’m feeling, could it be that you’re weeping with me?” – I just burst into tears. God really spoke to me (and continued to speak to me) that night through that song, and I’ll always be grateful for it.
Months later, I found myself listening to your readalong while I was cooking. I remember having to take several breaks because of how deeply several scenes touched me – Podo’s realization that his story had been told, and that his family still loved him after learning about his past hit very close to home, but Tink and his family’s interactions leading up to him reclaiming his name and identity left me in tears. The two things I had been struggling with up to that point had been loneliness and confusion about my identity, and God was guiding and comforting me in those moments through your stories.
There is a simple truth to the stories that you tell in your books and your music that is so very beautiful, and much like other great writers from the past (such as Professor Tolkien), they point to something (or should I say, Someone) higher. You’ve really inspired me to dig deeper, and to write my own stories – stories that aren’t written just for shallow entertainment, or for checking off points for the target audience, but stories that really mean something. That don’t show sorrow and suffering for shock value, but show how there is still beauty to be found, and that the overarching story still continues on beyond our own short stories. That reflect the joy, patient waiting, and humility of Jesus, and radiate the light of our hope.
Thank you for sharing your stories with a world that sorely needs to hear them, and to feel God’s love through them. I hope you have a wonderful birthday, and that God continues to reach people through your work.
June 3, 2020 at 6:21 pm #49810Wingiby IggibyGuest
Dear Mr. Peterson,
I am a fourteen year old gal who loves the Wingfeather Saga and everything about it! I am your #1 fan (others may say they are, but they’re not; I am :P), and I totally cannot wait for the movies!
My mom got On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness for me at the beginning of this pandemic, and when I saw the cover I thought “wow, this looks so cool!” They are one series you can definitely judge by the covers. I read it, and was instantly hooked. After that, I waited impatiently for North! Or Be Eaten to arrive in the mail, and when it did, I sat down and read it in two days. Same with Monster in the Hollows. When I got The Warden and the Wolf King on Kindle, I forced myself to savor its wonderful flavor and slow down (painfully). They have really helped me through this whole Covid-19 thing; because they gave me:
1. Something to read (what an awesome series!).
2. Something to dream about.
3. Something to draw (I have drawn almost nothing but fanart the last few weeks….:D)
4. Inspiration. I am now trying to write my own fantasy novel, and maybe when I finish it I can send it to you! I keep sticking through to complete it, telling myself I won’t get better at writing if I don’t try.
5. I found this forum; I love being able to talk to other WS fans, and now I am able to tell you how much I LOVE the WS!
I also am a big fan of your music. I love Is He Worthy, All Things New, and all of the other songs I’ve heard of yours! I alternate between your music and Johnny Cash. Also, My Love Has Gone Across the Sea and Yurgen’s Tune are always on my listening list and I’m singing them frequently (even if I’m dreadfully off tune).
One of the things I love about the WS is that it seems like it could really happen. Like Janner, Tink/Kalmar and Leeli could all be real, and my friends (they are). I love how you so clearly and plainly expressed Janner’s feelings, and I can really relate to him in that sense; like with some of the things he struggles with. I am a Throne Warden to three younger siblings, and the way he interacts with Tink sometimes mimics me and my own sister, The High Queen. In fact, my sis is a lot like Tink!
I also love the suspense — finding out who Gnag was, his story was so good! — and humor! I like a good laugh, and the Saga provided plenty of them, as well as a few tears 🙁 Nugget! Esben! Podo! Rudric! JANNER!!!!
My favorite characters are Peet/Artham, The Jewels, Podo, Esben, Olumphia, Oood, Rudric; and everybody else! But, I won’t bore you with the details. The Saga wouldn’t be the same without any of the characters.
I also haven’t wished you happy birthday yet, and that was the whole point of this post; so here goes nothing:
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ANDREW PETERSON!!!!!
I wish you the very best day, and I hope you continue your awesome work (I know you will!). You have really blessed me and my family. God bless you!
–YOUR NUMBER ONE FAN,
Wingiby Igiby, Throne Warden of Anneira
June 3, 2020 at 8:10 pm #49814Aidan JonesGuest
Dear Mr. Peterson,
Your writing and music have been a great blessing for me. My mother read On The Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness aloud to the family, and my sister bought me After All These Years: A Collection for my birthday not long after.
I love the mixture of humor, truth, and beauty that infuse The Wingfeather Saga, and it gives me hope to see that there exists a Christian writer who actually writes good books. (After all, “A bad book about the love of Jesus is still a bad book,” as Thomas Merton once said). It was so neat watching you mature as a writer as the series progressed, and although The Warden and the Wolf King was an amazing conclusion, I think that The Monster in the Hollows is probably the “deepest” book. There is just so much there to unpack about sin and virtue, especially with a particular furry character who made a particular bad choice. It touched me profoundly, and the story came to me right when I needed it. I doubt that was a coincidence.
Your music is one of a select handful of CDs that I keep in my car, and spends a good deal of time in my CD player. I love your poetic text and simple style. You don’t try to be a pop star, and your music is more authentic because of it.
I am also very glad that you wrote Adorning the Dark. It is an extremely helpful and very inspiring book. As a writer, musician, and filmmaker, it was awesome to get your insight into the creative process, and as a fan, it was great to get a deeper glimpse into the themes that imbue your art so profoundly.
All that is to say, thank you. Thank you for your work, and thank you for the encouragement that you give to other Christian artists. Happy birthday Mr. Peterson, and may God grant you many, many, more!
Verso L’alto, my brother.
~Aidan C. Jones
June 4, 2020 at 4:30 am #49828PyrokineticNinjaMasterGuest
Thank you so much for reading your books to us! I noticed so many more allegories and details.
I love the accents! My whole family are featherheads now. 😉
I hope you have a great day today!
(AkA PyrokineticNinjaMaster, age 15)
Glad that your quarentine is ending/ended. It’s nowhere near over in the UK where I live ;(
June 4, 2020 at 10:54 am #49833Caleb JGuest
Among all authors and book series, I have concluded that:
He, Andrew Peterson, is Probably Your Best Instance Regarding True Hope, Dreams, And Yearning!
(I know I already posted a note, but I had to add this acrostic. It’s bad, but I’m proud of it.)
June 4, 2020 at 11:43 am #49837Gabriel AdamsGuest
Dear Mr. Peterson,
I have often found that truth means the most to me when I hear it from one who struggles living it out. I can be told what is right, but often won’t have the motivation to carry it out until I hear, see, or read about someone overcoming the same struggle. I have found this in your books and music. I can’t count how many times I’ve cried out to God to give me “Faith to be strong”.
Being the second oldest of 7, I find it hard to lovingly protect and sacrifice myself for siblings who often won’t care otherwise. When in your books, I see Janner fighting the same problems I face myself, it urges me to sacrifice and forgive no matter the results.
I also can’t count all the times I have been encouraged by your music playing at just the right moment. I often find myself surrounded by thoughts of doubt, wondering If I will ever be able to make it through life. Its during these times that I am reminded to “stick to the old roads”, knowing that if I do, I will find my way. At other times I am torn apart by the brokenness of this “Far Country”, but because of your music I remember that “All the dark won’t stop the light from getting through”. I remember that though the world is fallen, that it “will be redeemed”. I could go on for hours talking about how your music has ministered to me. I consider you as a modern day Rich Mullins.
Not only are you a Rich Mullins like figure in my life, but you are a “poet I have known”. You encourage me to “keep on dreaming”, keep on writing, and to keep praying. I not only thank God for you, but pray for you as well.
Thank you for all you have done. I pray that you will keep seeking after God, so that He will use you to bring more glory to His name no matter how dark the night may seam.
This may not be the most well written comment, but I hope it serves its purpose. Again, thank you for everything.
Sincerely, Gabriel Adams. Or more commonly known as on the internet, Greenflame24.
June 4, 2020 at 11:45 am #49838Gabriel AdamsGuest
Oh! And I can’t believe I forgot! In the words of just about half the earths population, “Happy Birthday.”
June 4, 2020 at 11:46 am #49839Brenda BransonGuest
Happy Birthday AP! I’m so proud of you, my friend, and I hope this day is full of joy and celebration. Love you!
June 4, 2020 at 11:59 am #49841Madame SidlerKeymaster
Andrew Peterson: You are a gift and an enormous encouragement. I love your kind heart, your good humor; and all the more as I see the way you walk in a broken but beautiful world. You help me love the truth and the beauty of the gospel.
Maker bless you, my author. I’m praying for you.
June 4, 2020 at 1:03 pm #49851SabinaGuest
Dear Andrew Peterson,
I know how many people want to tell you that they love you on your special day, so I’ll keep it short 🙂 Thank you for not only writing books and music that helped shape me into who I am today, but also for creating a rallying point that brought me to the Flabbits and gave me close friendship and companionship in a time I desperately needed it. God bless you on your great day.
June 4, 2020 at 4:48 pm #49879Wendy KautzGuest
Happy Birthday! I’m glad you were born and that God gave you a heart for Him and so many creative gifts. Thank you for your music, for the Wingfeather books, for the Rabbit Room, and for Hutchmoot. Be blessed today!
June 4, 2020 at 5:32 pm #49884Miss LindaGuest
Happy Birthday! I am glad you exist and that you are willing to share your gifts and struggles (and they might be the same thing sometimes) with the rest of us. 🙂
June 4, 2020 at 6:14 pm #49887Luke HolstenGuest
I don’t post on the forums here, and I only occasionally drop in to see whats new, and you may not even read this but here we go…
You write in your book Adorning the Dark about novels that sustained you through difficult parts of life, and how they refreshed you. Your books were like that for me. Ever since that Christmas day in 2012 I read your books voraciously. As I grew so did the characters. Re-reading the Wingfeather Saga now I continue to find new ways to relate to the characters, from the desperate perseverance of Kal to the hatred of my own selfishness that Janner experiences. The characters are so vivid, so well developed, that despite my initial dislike of the humor of the original two books, I can’t help but look back at them fondly. Indeed, some of my favorite memories of my younger days are of me curled up in my family’s beat-up recliner with North or Be Eaten, listening to our Air Conditioning turning on. The third book took on a much more serious tone, and I loved it at the time just because of the change of pace it offered from the constant running the Wingfeathers were having to do to survive. Also, I always liked Kalmar, being the younger brother in my family, and I appreciated the focus on him. While I was recently re-reading the series, I couldn’t help but notice just how intense his struggle for survival was, and the sheer weight of the shame and guilt that he carried. I loved to pretend that if there was ever a movie made that I would play the part of Kalmar(despite me having no acting experience, but give me a break I was young…)The fourth book came out around the same time I turned 12, and saying that I was excited would be an understatement. I remember taking the book everywhere, so that if there was ever a chance that I could sit down and just read it, I would be ready. I loved the new direction of the story, and liked that the story would focus not just on the experiences and thoughts of Janner, but would also give the reader an inside look at the mind of Sara, Maraly, Kalmar, Leeli, and others. I thought the new art style was awesome, and it probably inspired me to try my hand it drawing(turns out I can’t draw to save my life). I distinctly remember reading the ending as I sat in the back seat of our car. I remember which side of the car I was sitting on, where we were going, where we had just been, and even what we were passing on the road(it was the military base in our town). I also remember crying, and because I was a twelve year old boy trying his best to look cool, I also remember hiding my tears by pressing my head against the glass. I had one thought, “Thats it then. Its over”.
I don’t know for sure what it was that drew me to your books. Maybe it was the characters, or maybe it was the locations, or perhaps the strangeness of the creatures. But I think it was the fact that I could relate to the Wingfeathers. Now of course I wasn’t being hunted by snake-people hybrids, or being trapped in a factory to forge swords and forks, but I could relate to the Wingfeathers by longing to have a place to call home. Growing up overseas, I didn’t really know where to call home. Should it be my passport country? Where I’m currently living? Even today if someone asks me where I’m from, I honestly respond “I don’t really know.” Your books could allow me to just escape from that uncertainty and homesickness for a place that I’ve never been. As Christians, I think that the homesickness is healthy. It can serve as a reminder that “This isn’t it. There’s more”.
Thank you for the stories. I pray that you write more. Happy Birthday.
June 4, 2020 at 7:03 pm #49891DanaGuest
Happy birthday, AP! May you be blessed today and all the days ahead. God has blessed you with amazing talent and a beautiful family. Cheers!
June 4, 2020 at 7:45 pm #49897Janna BarberGuest
Haaaaaaaappppppyyyy birthday!! Hope it’s terrific!!!!
June 4, 2020 at 8:15 pm #49898Lemon DuckGuest
Oooh!! Happy birthday, Andrew!! 😀
I’m a relatively recent discoverer of your books (just last summer) and they have such a timeless quality in them. It’s honestly so impressive how you’ve managed to weave in depth in humor, as well as in the serious moments.
Thank you for your books and music! And may God bless this year!
June 5, 2020 at 11:32 am #49906Artham aka Sun WukongGuest
Happy birthday Andrew Peterson! Sorry I’m late to the party. Thank you so much for writing the Wingfeather Saga, those books played an important part in my life and I wouldn’t be where I am without them. Thank you so much and happy birthday
June 6, 2020 at 10:04 am #49953Kalmar IgibyGuest
happy birthday! ( sorry it was late ) 🎈🎈😁😁
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