Because some of you on The Midnight Dancers post below are asking about the partially-written book starring Fish, I'm going to post a new topic for this and repeat some of the questions already asked.
regina doman wrote:
I do have a partially written book about Fish that takes place before Waking Rose begins, but Rose is barely in it. Plus I've used Fish as a minor character in a draft of another unpublished book. But right now, there's no other book in the works with lots of Rose and Fish.
Hi, I had a question, but it's not about Midnight Dancers, but I hope you won't mind answering it. I was just wondering which fairy tale the book about Fish is based on? I can't think of many fairy tales where a prince is the main charecter. Is it the Prince and the Pauper, or is it a fariy tale without royalty as the main charecters? Thanks, Joanna F.
September 3, 2007 3:52 PM
regina doman said...
Hmm, I think I might have to make you guess that. If it helps, Fish does not take the role of a "prince" in this tale. He's just a common servant.
I'm so sorry I didn't clarify what story I was asking about. What I meant to ask was whether Faithful Johannes was the tale that Fish's partially written book is based on. Then if it wasn't, if Fish's story is based on a more well known story. Sorry about the mistake, Joanna F.
regina doman said....
Ah, now I see and understand! No, it's not Faithful Johannes (or The Prince and the Pauper, which is actually a novel by Mark Twain, not a fairy tale). I would say it is a more well-known fairy tale.