- James Bond. Not sure who would be giving each other tips on how to deal with villains here but it could be an interesting conversation. (Though JB would be well advised not to try the old charm on Hanastrew. She has blasted people away for that - and not in a good or pleasurable way either!).
- Paddington Bear. Hanastrew is curious as to how a bear got all the way from Peru to Paddington Station. Any creature capable of achieving that kind of travel without being stopped and questioned should be watched warily. What else can they do? (In Paddington's case, it's eating all those marmalade sandwiches and not develop diabetes).
- Boadicea. Hanastrew would want to discover what made the Iceni Queen tick (and any tips on thwarting those who opposed you would be welcomed by Hanastrew as well).
- L'Evallier. Hanastrew is well aware the Chief Elf is unlikely to agree to be questioned at all, yet alone by the likes of her, but she would love to know what makes him the way he is - honourable but tetchy, brave but snobby and so on. She is also aware that even if he agreed to be questioned, he wouldn't like that line of approach but it is the one she'd love to take.
- Snow White's stepmother. To find out exactly why this woman couldn't get on with Snow White or find a better way of getting rid of her. Snow White could have been married off and sent far, far away that way.
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.