May Contain Spoilers
I love a good dystopian, so when I saw A Girl Called Fearless, I thought I’d give it a shot. The premise seemed interesting, and I was curious about how the world would look through the protagonist’s eyes. Ten years ago, a chemical used in cattle feed was found to be the cause of a deadly cancer that killed every woman in their child bearing years. Only young girls and old women were spared, as well as a handful of women who had already suffered, and been cured, of reproductive cancers. With so many victims of the disease, and medications to treat it in short supply, men were forced to stand by as their wives and daughters succumbed to the deadly tumors invading their bodies. Read more
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Good morning, Gina! Describe yourself in five words or less.
[Gina] Passionate, Wife, Mom, Writer, Nerd
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you tell us a little about Meet the Earl at Midnight? Read more
I’m afraid I haven’t been a stellar member of the Faerie Court, and have been lacking in my royal duties. To make up, I have some information about the Unseelie Court and wizards, as well as the trailer for The Girl Who Never Was.
Background on the Unseelie Court:
In Scottish folklore, the Unseelie Court was the “evil” court set up in opposition to the Seelie Court. I really liked the idea of there being no such clear dichotomy any longer: Both courts had become corrupted and dangerous to the Otherworld. Read more