>Susanna Interviews Tia Nevitt

8 thoughts on “>Susanna Interviews Tia Nevitt”

  1. >Thanks for coming by, Chicory. The stories of the banshees scared the hell out of me when I was little. And every time I saw a rainbow, I wanted to look for the pot of gold at its end.

  2. >You're doing Snow White? Awesome. I'm jealous that you got to hear Irish legends firsthand. 🙂 I like that you drew a connection between fairy tales and mythology.

  3. >Katydidttoo: that is cool, isn't it? I didn't really think much about the pricking of the finger until Susanna mentioned it. I could see her point of view, but then I thought of my own rather sardonic angle!Thank you, Liz! I didn't know I made you cry!Tina, I'm ALMOST DONE with a Cinderella retelling that is a bit more lighthearted than this story. Because the timeframe is so short compared to Sleeping Beauty, I decided it needed a different mood. My Snow White story is looking to share more themes with The Sevenfold Spell, an I don't have much of a plot yet in mind for Beauty and the Beast. BUT I know what I'm going to do with the beast, and I know his name. That story will take place in Ireland.

  4. >I remember the fairy tales with the dark edges from my childhood. And then they got sanitized. And now as an adult, I'm headed back into the woods as it were.Could you tell us a little more about the Accidental Enchantments series?

  5. >I loved learning about the motivation to intertwine the new story with Beauty and the Beast, and I like that even in such a purposeful writing, there are things that other people see as significant, like the pricking of the finger, in ways the author never considered. Well done all around.

Comments are closed.