The Southern Continent is set more in a Mongolian style/feel. She said that’s where she got a lot of inspiration from.
Yrene is one her most favorite characters to write about.
Aelin & Lysandra are Night Court.
Rowan- Winter, then Night Court.
Dorian- Dawn Court.
Manon & Lorcan- Hyburn. (She joked that Manon was from the ‘Killer Court.’)
Aedion- Day Court.
She was president of her high school’s Lord of the Rings fanclub. Still has a lifesize cutout of Legolas in her office– which her husband made a tie noose and placed around Legolas’s neck when she first brought it home.
Her father is doing better, and is even planning on coming to one her stops in the next few weeks.
–There will be three novels and two novellas in the ACOTAR world.
-She pitched the extra ACOTAR books/novellas after she got drunk with her Editor. Hadn’t originally planned on telling anyone for a while- not even her husband. They were more for fun and written in her off time.
-You will see Feyre & Rhysand get married in the first novella. The setting is around Winter Solstice, and Feyre is content for her birthday to be forgotten, but the inner circle is not having that.
-We may “possibly” be getting the wall scene.
-There’s a good chance that one of the narrators/characters in the novella will be the focus of her next ACOTAR novel.
-We will most likely find out who Cassian saw the Bone Carver as in one of the novels.
She doesn’t know when the second novella will come out, but she’s already working on the next two novels.
-Each novel will have a love interest- or basically getting two characters together. And will be set after the war, and rebuilding and the effects of the wall being taken down.
-She hasn’t started the third novel, but has five possible 'ships’ she could choose from.
Okay so I hesitated a long while before making this one because there’s already so much great Feyre fanart out there I feel like the look of her character is pretty much nailed down by now. xD Here’s my little contribution to the acotar fandom anyway.
My focus half remained on the High Lord whose hands and mouth and body had suddenly made me feel awake – burning. It just made me… alive. Made me feel as if I’d been asleep for a year, slumbering inside a glass coffin, and he had just shattered through it and shaken me to consciousness.
- Chapter 42, A Court of Mist and Fury
Finally finished! A project between commissions :) I even did a speed painting of this, so go check it out :) In the beginning youll see how I set up the scene. Its from a program called Daz Studio and I am absolutely obsessed with it. Expect more dynamic paintings in the future :) (once I finish this list of commissions).
Based off of course, the best Feyre and Rhysand out there, Barbara Palvin and Toni Mahfud.