It's been a while since I was able to participate in A Novel Idea. I'm glad it's still going and there are questions being posted every Saturday still. You should join me! This week's questions caught my eye and I wanted to make an effort to do so.
Since I can never choose just one character--or rarely can--I'm going to answer these questions in regards to two of the characters from my WIP the dragon story: A Girl and Her Dragon.
Although you've already met them in previous posts, the questions fit better to answer about Killian and Brielle than the other characters in the novel (and to be honest, I wanted an excuse to plaster their face-casting since I have an abundance of Killian photos and I just figured out what Brielle looks like! Yippee!)
Here we go!
1.Who is their father and what is he like?
|Richard Armitage as Xavier|
|Benedict Cumberbatch as Emmett|
2.Who is their mother and what is she like?
Killian: His mother is Abigail, Queen of Greene. Killian has a special relationship with his mother and loves her dearly and always wants to make her proud--she's his moral conscious. She is known as a kind and graceful woman, and has a tendency to know what's going on around the castle grounds. She's tall, has light hair varying from blond to a reddish tint and green eyes.
Brielle: Her mother is Evangeline. She resembles Brielle. She died when Brielle was four years old, so Brielle only remembers her mother is faraway memories. What she does remember are kind smiles, soft words, and singing. Brielle's father speaks of her with an elegant grace as if she were an angel.
(Unfortunately, I don't have face-casts for either of their mothers yet. I'm working on it but it's harder to find someone to fit what I want.)
3.Are their parents still married, or divorced?
Killian: His parents are still married.
Brielle: If her mother was still alive, Brielle believes her parents would still be married and in love.
4.Describe their siblings – if they have any.
|Jeremy Irvine as Eliot|
|Colin Morgan as Lincoln|
Ta-da! Now you know too much about my characters' families. You should totally join A Novel Idea! :)