D&R Character Sketches Supporting Characters Part 1

It’s time to get to the real supporting cast of D&R Myrna, Donnelly, Eric, Nyleena, and Trevor. I considered doing the Clachan Clan as a single post, but Trevor is every bit as important and a family member as any of those that share blood with Aislinn Cain. I included Donnelly and Eric in this group because they haunt Aislinn and have more impact than the living sister-in-law Elle or the niece Cassie and nephew Kyle.

One thing you’ll notice is that I don’t remember Trevor’s last name. I know it was given in Anonymous, but I couldn’t find it. I’ve shared my series bibles with Krissy Smith who has a side business building book and series bibles. Eventually, she’ll fill it in for me… until then I know he has a different last name than Lucas, but I don’t remember what it was exactly (and his family even has a federal building named after them).

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Nephilim Narratives Supporting Character Sketches (Part 1) – Yearly Subscribers

I think I’ve gotten this sorted out, maybe. My box between the premium content boxes need to be larger than it’s been the last two posts (including this one). So I am sharing it again.

The Nephilim Narratives have a lot of supporting characters with uncles and recurring demons and business partners. So, here’s the first 5 supporting character sketches; they cover Soleil’s immediate family (Raphael, Sofia, Helia, Aurora, and Ariel). The others are coming, and I imagine this is part 1 of the supporting characters (The main characters Soleil, Jerome, and Valerie posted last Wednesday) of five or so. The Angel Sketches are interesting because you get a more solid idea of when they were born. Eventually, I might create a timeline for the series since they occasionally refer back to prehistory (especially in Demon Boxes). More of the angel and demon character sketches will be posted later this week and next. Also, since I have 4 books partially written (with only 2 published), the sketches provide way more information than you as readers have had up to this point.

Now for business: the first “log-in” box is for monthly subscribers (they get the first box because they default as coming up first in the list of subscriber assignment options). The second is for yearly. If you want to subscribe you have 2 options: a monthly rate that starts at $5 or a yearly rate that starts at $12. These are the base prices, you can subscribe at higher rates by simply changing the amount. You must click the subscribe box associated with the one you want to use (so first box for monthly, second box for yearly). Once signed up, you will be able to see the content within your box (both boxes contain the exact same information – the program just won’t allow me to assign 2 different types of subscribers to a single box).

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Nephilim Narratives Supporting Character Sketches (Part 1)

The Nephilim Narratives have a lot of supporting characters with uncles and recurring demons and business partners. So, here’s the first 5 supporting character sketches; they cover Soleil’s immediate family (Raphael, Sofia, Helia, Aurora, and Ariel). The others are coming, and I imagine this is part 1 of the supporting characters (The main characters Soleil, Jerome, and Valerie posted last Wednesday) of five or so. The Angel Sketches are interesting because you get a more solid idea of when they were born. Eventually, I might create a timeline for the series since they occasionally refer back to prehistory (especially in Demon Boxes). More of the angel and demon character sketches will be posted later this week and next. Also, since I have 4 books partially written (with only 2 published), the sketches provide way more information than you as readers have had up to this point.

Now for business: the first “log-in” box is for monthly subscribers (they get the first box because they default as coming up first in the list of subscriber assignment options). The second is for yearly. If you want to subscribe you have 2 options: a monthly rate that starts at $5 or a yearly rate that starts at $12. These are the base prices, you can subscribe at higher rates by simply changing the amount. You must click the subscribe box associated with the one you want to use (so first box for monthly, second box for yearly). Once signed up, you will be able to see the content within your box (both boxes contain the exact same information – the program just won’t allow me to assign 2 different types of subscribers to a single box).

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Nephilim Narratives Character Sketches (Part 1)

This week’s premium content is more of the information I work with while writing (characer sketches to be exact). They are the important bits about my characters that I need to know. Reading through them, you may find information you didn’t know or missed in the books. I have debated how to post character sketches on here (I’ve looked at how other authors do theirs, but much like outlines each writer has their own version). However, sketches can easily overwhelm a reader. So, for this post you’re getting Soleil Burns, Jerome Dusdain, and Valerie Dusdain (the others will release in another post – probably several other posts). I did not start with everyone’s favorite D&R is because I haven’t decided how to split up the SCTU members.

Now for business: the first “log-in” box is for monthly subscribers (they get the first box because they default as coming up first in the list of subscriber assignment options). The second is for yearly. If you want to subscribe you have 2 options: a monthly rate that starts at $5 or a yearly rate that starts at $12. These are the base prices, you can subscribe at higher rates by simply changing the amount. You must click the subscribe box associated with the one you want to use (so first box for monthly, second box for yearly). Once signed up, you will be able to see the content within your box (both boxes contain the exact same information – the program just won’t allow me to assign 2 different types of subscribers to a single box).

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