For the wanderers who have explored and named all the secret places in their wild backyards…
… and met all the reclusive nature sprites who live there: the dryads, river naiads, mountain oreads, and even the fickle Aurae of the breezes. You don’t see them so much any more, but you know they’re still there.
Match with epic fantasies where the land is even just a little enchanted—Middle Earth, Morrowind, the Continent from The Witcher… you know the sort.
For the bunheads who collect ballet curiosities, wishes, and dreams.
Match with: Outlander, The Night Circus, Beauty and the Beast.
And, of course, your curios: the music box, the pointe shoes (slightly grass-stained), the bottles of lavender oil, the single swan feather, the chunk of amber with a dragonfly inside, and the ornate mirror that sometimes shows mist rather than a reflection.
For the romantics who know that true love is the best thing in the world.
Especially when it comes with lavish costumes, rich colours, spice, and drama!
Match with: sweeping love stories—Guy Gavriel Kay’s Tigana, Katherine Kerr’s Deverry Cycle. And, of course, Muhteşem Yüzyıl (Magnificent Century) and all the other historically inaccurate soap-operas masquerading as dramas.😁