- An automatic ban on abusing magical powers (which will lead to an immediate ban on Grand Viziers, treacherous wizards, wicked witches and so on. Eileen has no problem with that).
- Honesty in writing down/telling the history of the magical world.
- No magical corruption of food or drink - so more dodgy red apples for gullible stepdaughters. Eileen feels food and drink should be completely untampered with.
- An end to the perception that fairies/fairytales are twee and just for little kids. Eileen could tell stories that would scare you enough to make your hair fall out (especially if she casts a spell to make that happen!).
- An end to rivalry between different magical species and as a result no more wars. The fact most humans would love to see an end to wars on Earth confirms to Eileen that violence is a cross-dimension problem.
- For reading to be treasured for its own sake and not just done so various beings can improve their magical powers and skills (especially as this tends to lead to magical power abuses).
- An automatic ban on objects being enchanted to entrap people. The Genies Union is all for this - they hate being shoved in lamps and left for centuries.
- An end to bias against witches for being witches (though all evil witches deserve to face Eileen in full fighting mode. Eileen has no problem with the witches who like to use natural ingredients to produce medicines etc. She does have problems with witches who want to obliterate anything and anyone in their way).
- Better recognition of those magical heroes who spend their time fighting evil. Eileen does feel she, Hanastrew and the fairy squad are under-appreciated.
- Better traffic control especially in the skies. Flying conditions can be awful at times.
I'm Allison Symes and I write novels, short stories as well as some scripts and poems. I love setting my work in my magical world, the Fairy Kingdom, and my favourite character is Eileen, who believes hypocrisy is something that happens to other people without caring that statement is hypocritical in itself! Eileen is huge fun to write for and about.