But I did just finish a novel, first in a series, that as far as I know has not been considered being turned in a show or movie. Midnight Never Come by Marie Brennan is a novel about Fae. Not fairies, Fae. Would I like to see this made into a movie? Actually yes, why yes I would. If there's one thing about fantasy that I love, it's the darker - more accurate really - aspects of the genre. Alongside Disney, I read the old fairy tales, the ones where step mothers dance in red-hot iron slippers and princes have their eyes poked out by briars. Fae aren't Tinkerbell. Fun fact about me, I never liked her growing up and I like her even less now. So to find a film that depicts the Courts of Summer and Winter as they are in folklore? That would be a dream come true. Find a director unafraid to take on the inhuman beauty of both Seelie and Unseelie and I can only imagine the amazing visuals. Then add in a script that captures the complexity of an immortal set of morals that will make the audience question their own perspective, and you can bet that I'll be the first one at the theater.