Meet The Characters







I love character-driven stories. While opinions may differ on this topic, I believe that a story is ultimately about the characters—their choices, their consequences, their trials and tribulations, and the lessons they learn. When you talk about stories that stick with people, they think of the characters, and at the end of the day, the readers are most invested in the fate of the characters.

While opinions may differ on this topic, I believe that a story is ultimately about the characters—their choices, their consequences, their trials and tribulations, and the lessons they learn. When you talk about stories that stick with people, they think of the characters., and at the end of the day, the readers are most invested in the fate of the characters

I remember when I was growing up, I would keep my lamp on at night so I could read my books into the late hours of the night, listening close so I knew when to turn my light off if my parents woke up. Reading was always important to me and I did it constantly, always eager to see where the next chapter might take me and how the characters and I might connect. As a kid, there were characters I desperately wished to be or wished I could have had as friends.

If we can relate to the character, that makes the story even more meaningful. I am hoping there will be one character that stands out for you, whether it's the main character, sub-character, protagonist or antagonist, or just one character that just speaks to you. If you have read my first book in the series let me know if you have a favorite character and why!!



These are my visions of some of the main and new characters in my second book in the series Pull of The Sister Moon, PURPOSE.

Lyla


Theron

Gaveriel

Eshi Stagrunner


Henrick


Brycen Stagrunner

Alrei Stagrunner



Malgath Nightgaze

Ena


Lyla & Shoneith


Sillaesa Lunadancer

Killian


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