By nature, I have a very visual mind. I need to see things to fully understand them. This can be a bit of a problem when it comes to my main characters. I know all their flaws, likes, dislikes, etc. Why they are the way they are; but I don’t feel truly connected until I can see them. This little dilemma has been solved through an online character generator at Autodesk. So without further ado, allow me to introduce you to my version of Siobhan Flannery the MC of Golden Opportunity.
That’s right, my MC is curvy and older (44 when the book opens). She looks pretty good for a slightly past middle age woman doesn’t she?
Now on to Siobhan’s best friend from childhood. Charlie is her Witchy BFF. They’ve been through a lot over the years and remain best friends.
It’s the boys’ turn. First up, the Dragon in human form, Siobhan’s grumpy, mostly mono-syllabic partner, Donal. I think he looks really good at his advanced age of one thousand years.
Last, but certainly not least, is my favorite subject to torture with suburban nightmares. He accuses Siobhan of being a racist at least once a day. He’s the eighteen inch tall ladies man of the supernatural world … Norman.
My sister and I though he looked a little like a California surfer type. I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing my characters for the first time, let me know what you think.
V. L. Cooke
P.S. No, I don’t know where Norman buys his clothes. He keeps that tidbit of information really close to his vest.