I have mixed feelings about historical fiction. On one hand I really want to meet Ann Frank, and key figures. And yet, in general the biggest difference between Dark Fantasy and Historical fiction, some element of it really happened. And that's always tended to make it feel more depressing.
But seriously, I hate pitchwars. Their guidelines are impossible. And they have inconsistent standards not applied to the rest of twitter. Ex. normally you can like a post even when you're not an agent / editor. But for whatever reason, the opposite is the case in pitchwars. That makes it absolutely confusing.
Partially through a spin off story based off the ending of my GameLit. Still playing on the merger of Medieval Fantasy and Cyberpunk science fiction. Millie is going to be fleshed out further in this story, and isn't just Nadine's lover.