May 2018 Confessions TOP TEN
WIP: Second Star (Edits)
My go to band for this book has been Starset – their whole album is the perfect sound for an epic space opera. But, if I had to narrow it down to just one song, I would say Starlight. I mean, it doesn’t get much better than that!
Crash-landed on ageless Neverland, the intergalactic Jolly Roger is trapped & Captain Wendy Darling is the only one who can save them.
either that OR
Peter Pan, in space.
I guess it just depends on if I’m going for simplicity or not. 😉
Ever letting that blasted Pan on his ship.
Well since Wendy is a badass space captain (who doesn’t quite yet realize how awesome she is) I’d say either Princess Leia (younger years) or Rey.
Hmmm…. well, Wendy doesn’t use her free time to watch tv or movies, so she probably wouldn’t. She does however fangirl super hard over Captain James Hooke.
She is a strong, determined female space captain.
Need I say more?
The same kind of stories I love to write! I am a sucker for a good retelling, and I won’t ever turn a twisty fairy tale down!
Um. Well, everyone probably dies. I mean, don’t get me wrong, I love Meredith Gray, but I don’t think she would have the slightest clue what to do if she was to experience space turbulence.
Hmmm…. maybe a show like Survivor. Then she could at least say she was learning valuable (or at least what not to do) skills so it wasn’t frivolous.
Honestly, she didn’t have a bad past or childhood. If she had anything to change it would probably have more to do with her relationship with her parents.
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