Publication date: November 10th 2020
Genres: Adult, Fairy Tales, Retelling
Mystery has surrounded Sydney White for as long as she can remember. Her mother’s death puzzled even the hardiest of investigators, but eventually, they just stopped trying. So, when Syd is presented with the opportunity to finish a degree in faery anthropology that her mother began over twenty years ago, she leaps at the chance to learn the truth. However, truth is often stranger than fiction, especially when the lines between faery and human are eroding each day. Syd will have to navigate unthinkable deals, a prince in peril she swore she would never speak to again, and an organization only known as Coventry.
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The use of media has advanced greatly over the last decade. The availability of information via movies, cartoons and TV shows has become so much easier than it was before. Children learn to use technology as soon as they can grasp objects in their hands. Animated movies are one of the first visuals a child sees and fairytales and Disney movies are a big part of the animated franchise. Thus the representation of women, mainly as a beautiful goddess or in this case a Princess is instilled at a very young age.
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Even as I write this, I’m a little annoyed at myself for being so caught-up in Her Royal Highness Meghan, Duchess of Sussex’s fairytale romance. I blame a large part of my curiosity on Google and it’s incessant updates regarding their nuptials (no Google didn’t give me these updates because I kept searching Meghan Markle, I’m a fan of Suits, a tv show she used to be a part of), the rest is all me. 😛 Continue reading “The Princess Diaries: Meghan, Duchess of Sussex”