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I kind of hate Greek mythology. But mostly, I had a horrific experience of trying to cram all the myths into my brain on one of the last days of summer to prepare for a class that then never touched any of the myths. But one myth that I have always loved is the Persephone and Hades myth. Sure, he wanted companionship, but would he force Persephone? Persephone had a toxic relationship with her mom and decided she kind of liked this dude and now she gets to rule the underworld for half the year.
In the year I worked on Persephone, so did several other completely unconnected authors. An idea gets in the air, and several different people catch it.
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My name is Emilie but you might know me better as June Leeloo. Two years ago I funded my first book here on Kickstarter, Serendipity , and it was unbelievable! Je m'appelle Emilie mais vous me connaissez sans doute mieux sous le nom de plume de June Leeloo.
Believe it or not, some of my favorite kinds of books are the ones that pull from stories I already know. Whether it's adapted fairy tales, re-written classic literature, updated fables, or modern Greek mythology retellings , I'm a sucker for re-reading tales I've already been told in new and exciting ways. Ever since I started studying Greek mythology in grade school, I've been fascinated by the world of Mount Olympus and beyond. The idea of all-powerful gods and goddesses who were in charge of specific parts of the world enthralled me, the prospect of magical powers and fantastic beasts thrilled me, and the promise of immortality and ultimate power enticed me. Like other retellings and reinterpretations, books that use Greek myths as their inspiration take an old and familiar story and update to be something new, excited, and never before seen.