Title: Britannia et Panem
labonsoirfemme said:I know! I was like “Oh, and Anne is still alive too THIS COULD BE GREAT.” and then I flipped through and was like “no, dnw” and gently placed it back on the shelf and bought “Queens Consort” by Lisa Hilton instead.
I don’t know whether I should find it distressing or encouraging that sometimes even total garbage gets published. And sometimes total garbage sells lots of books. ;)
labonsoirfemme said:I actually ran across a book in B&N this summer that was basically a “history divergence” where Elizabeth had been born a boy, but i flipped through it and it was basically a love triangle between the son, his friend, and a maid. -__-
Why would you take perfection—Elizabeth—and then make her a man. Lame. ;) Also, totally giggling over…and a maid. What even?
Yep! The fate of a country’s religious creed was in the wombs of those women. It’s such a personal determining factor in the history of the religious strife of the era.
I would cut someone for a piece of warm chocolate cake with fudge filling.
Right? It’s not fair. I just want to lick their faces. Once.
I really want dessert, but we don’t have any, so I drank a glass of milk instead.
And that’s just sad.
Well…it’s historically accurate the once they were married, the relationship soured fairly quickly. Even in comparison with the failure rates of modern marriages. ;)
I tried to watch it last season and just couldn’t slog through it. Sorry.
This mini arc has been fun to write, so I hope people respond well to the next two chapters. As for when they cross over that line…not for a good long while, anon. We will all be frustrated for a while, but you know, you don’t just jump into a relationship with someone whose already that intricately a part of your family without thinking long and hard about it.
(I actually really don’t like shipper names for ASOIAF…So, it’s okay!)