While I am waiting for the first Saga to come back from the wonderful editor Sarah Nisbet (http://www.inkshededitorial.com/) I have started plotting the middle saga of the Dralfynia trilogy. At the moment, I am at the “what would happen if …” or “what would this character do if …” stage, which is very exciting. I am also choosing the traditional fairytale characters that the team of Sabrina, Olive, Persis and Rory become on their return to Dralfynia, and hope I am thinking ‘outside the square’ with some of my ideas. No spoiler alerts, though, because it’s all at the preliminary stages. This trilogy has made me reflect on how popular the traditional stories are again. TV shows such as Grimm and Once Upon A Time, movies such as the upcoming Cinderella as well as old favourites such as Enchanted (one of my personal favourites because my stepdaughter loved it when she was six years old and so I’ve watched it dozens of times) and Ella Enchanted, and newer movies like Into The Woods, Snow White and the Huntsman, and Mirror, Mirror are evidence that we still love a wicked witch, stories with magic, and good overcoming evil. There are plenty of twists on these stories which date back hundreds of years, but the Dralfynia Sagas are, I believe, the first trilogy where people from the modern world have to understand what it’s like to cope with being a fairytale character. Some amazing actors have played the wicked witch and I wonder who would be a great choice for Witchy Wu!