Sunday Surprise


Hi guys,

I’m Samantha and I come from another world – the original, old Silvery Earth, where people are immortal and never grow up. When I’m not switching bodies at will, I travel to other universes, especially books or movies. That’s how I met Rajveer the vampire, for example!

So, I’m taking over the interviews on this blog! And here I am, meeting people from other books/universes/whatever! Hey there!

I am Morgen, a Faerie Queen and head of Avalon’s ancient Mystery School. My age is of little consequence. If you knew the truth, no doubt you would blush. Faeries age differently than humans. One month in a faerie realm, such as Tir na Nog, can register as a hundred years by mortal reckoning. Avalon is slightly different. Our years coincide more closely with those on earth because we were once of the mortal plane.

Don’t worry, you’re talking to another immortal here. Describe your appearance in ten words or less.

I am a red – haired, ethereal beauty with green eyes.

Do you have an enemy or nemesis? If so, who are they and how did they become your enemy?

Yes, the earliest and perhaps most important enemy you should know about is my half-sister, Morgause, who happens to be a witch. Married to a loveless petty king, Morgause was always jealous of my relationships with Merlin and then Arthur, the High King. This was never more apparent then when she seduced Arthur, utilizing my form and conceived a child by him. Morgause is very adept at shapeshifting. She also cursed Merlin. Can you tell that she covets the throne? Through the years she has worked very hard to destroy Arthur, but I have never let her get that far.

I have heard many versions of these tales… Would you kill for those you love? And would you die for them?

Yes, on both counts. As an emissary of Avalon, I espouse peace. Indeed, Peace now and forever is my goal. Unfortunately, two individuals forced my hand. Rather than reveal their names, I suggest that you read the series.
Faeries are immortal, but when a fae takes human form, such as I have done, then death is inevitable. In the final book, “Epiphany” I make such a decision.

Where do you live?

Avalon, which has both an earthly realm and a faerie realm. I also live from time to time at Camelot as Arthur’s paramour.

Are you involved in a relationship? If so, with who and what is it about them that you find appealing?

Merlin, the arch mage, was my first love. The fact that he also taught me such magical arts as shapeshifting made our relationship memorable, indeed. Ah, I will never forget our outrageous game of fox hunts hare. Naturally, I spent that summer locked in Merlin’s arms. Tall, dark and magical, Merlin fairly oozes magic. He is Irresistible in every sense of the word. Need I say more?
The arch mage seasoned me for Arthur, High King of Britannia, my Otherself. What can I say of Arthur? All the women desire him. He is charismatic, genuine and kind, not to mention gorgeous. Our relationship spans countless lifetimes. Each of us sought mortal form so that we could create a lasting peace throughout war torn Britannia. How did we achieve such a lofty goal? I wielded the faerie magic of Avalon, while Arthur utilized the power of the sword, a powerful combination of Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine that brought the proud Saxons to their knees. How could I not love such a man? Arthur is the kindest, wisest ruler Britannia has ever known. If Merlin personifies magic, Arthur is power incarnate.

A certain writer had an obsession for Arthur of the Britons (1972 British TV series)… but I digress! What is the biggest challenge you face in the story?

In book one the challenge that usurps all others is the attainment of peace and the unification of Britannia under Arthur’s rule as High King.

Do you have a family? Tell me about them.

Yes, I was secretly raised as a foundling (faerie child) by Queen Igrainne. King Uther always sensed I was not of his seed. Indeed, I was too witchy for his taste, so he placed me in a nunnery.
In Avalon, I am one of one of nine Faerie sisters who run the Mystery School.

Please give me an interesting fact about yourself.

I am a faerie in human form. Sh…don’t tell anyone! Many people have a fear of the fae.

Not me, I’m often called a witch by mortals! What 2 or 3 questions do you wish I asked.

–What is it like to be a faerie in human form?
It is exasperating to know that you once possessed powers that you cannot hope to access as a person!

–Do faeries make love like humans?
Hmmm…. Faeries make love, but as they are more energy than physical form, it is a very different experience. Faeries blend energies in an act that is quite sensuous. Yes, once I reclaimed my faerie essence, I blended with Arthur. It was sheer magic!

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BOOKS IN WHICH MORGEN APPEARS:

Dreamspell

Epiphany

 

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