Character Interview: Mellie, Tale of a Dragon Princess

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Hello, foxy friends! Today I’m proud to introduce you to Mellie, the main character of Lizzie Colt’s debut young adult novel, Tale of A Dragon Princess.

Tale of A Dragon PrincessThe day Princess Mellie turns sixteen, her parents reveal she was cursed as a baby and will spend the rest of her nights as a dragon. Two years later, she discovers a chance to break the curse, but it will take a quest with only her chosen bodyguard, a brave female warrior who has lost her lust for fighting but has developed an attraction for the princess.

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Hello, Mellie! Welcome to LFAI! 

Hello! Thank you for having me.

 

What is your most treasured possession?

My dagger I got for my sixteenth birthday from Adie, our first real meeting.

 

What would be the perfect gift for you? Why?

More depends maybe? I’d like to learn to have more warrior skills like the Warrior women in the other kingdoms.

 

If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?

Once I would have said my curse, now I’m not sure.

 

What do you always keep on you?

My dagger and treats for my sledge dogs my dad got me for my sixteenth birthday.

 

If you were in need of comforting, what would be the best thing that someone could do for you?

Stroke my hair, hold me, not try to fix it, just let me be with them, Adie is good at that.

 

What unusual hobbies or interests do you have?

I love sledging with hounds, which I know is unusual for a princess,  but my parents let me once I was of age.

 

What is your biggest pet peeve?

Ignorance or cruelty

 

If you could teach everyone in the world one thing, what would it be?

Being different isn’t a bad thing, you will find people who love you for who you truly are, flaws and all.

 

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