My thought is, Emma already shows some interest in Mark. We often notice older brothers, sisters, of friends first because they’re older, therefore admirable, and around, therefore nonthreatening.) Otherwise I’d just say slow down, pardner!It could be good for Mark to help heal Emma’s wounds from the Emma/Julian romance and for Emma to help him get over his time in Faerie world. I’d love for you to answer this, but even if you don’t, I’m just glad that I actually got up the courage to write you and that you actually read it!! We don’t know if there’s going to be an Emma/Julian romance for sure, or whether Emma will have wounds to heal.
Researchers and educators eager to stop violent patterns early — and reduce abuse not only among teens but among the adults they will become — already are testing programs that teach younger children and teens how to have healthier relationships.
The Day 1 afternoon session featured a full review of all TDA Rules starting with discussion of Rule 1 on fairness and the best interest of the game.
The attendees discussed numerous examples of decisions made based on Rule 1 and what guidelines they have found useful in such rulings.
(Neither Mark nor Cristina have Hi Cassandra Clare, thank you for your books you’ve written so perfectly and your imagination, which I fell in love it. I wanted to ask you if there’s a possibility for Emma and Mark. Hopefully it is.) I know it seems everyone is already shipping Emma and Julian, and their story will be amazing no matter the outcome, but they’re parabati.
There is no romance allowed between them and I think they’re better for each other as brother/sister. Emma does notice Mark is cute in Co HF, though he is sure spirited away before she can declare her love (and I’m mostly kidding: her thinking Mark is cute is a function of her growing up.