BlueAfrica wrote:Right, so I have more again!September from the Fairyland Series, which p.s. is a FANTASTIC series overall, but don't read it while you're writing something, because it'll probably make you feel totally inadequate (or is that just me?)ANYWAY. September wears a dress, loves the color orange, knows how to use tools, and is intelligent and kind. She's a bit ungainly and doesn't think much of her looks, but most of the time her looks don't bother her anyway.And, as previously stated, the series is awesome in its entirety. Or at least its as-far-as-I've-read-ity. It's super whimsical fantasy with ideas so original that they make me feel like a potato by comparison. So if you're interested in looking into it more, here you go.
Stori wrote:I'd have to disagree with the notion that having feelings makes one less strong. Like my character Tilor said, "a man crying shows strength, not weakness." It takes courage to show one's emotions in a world that labels such displays as "wimpy".
LucytheBrave wrote:Plus she dances on television even though it's not part of her job.
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