24 Jan

describeyou-1411676065kg4n8Introduce your favorite character to me, whether they be original or someone from one of your favorite books.

If you were introducing this character as a friend to your parents or another friend, what would be the first thing you’d say about them? Would you describe his looks or her penchant for pranks? How well they can dance or the names of their pet birds? Do they always wear the same shoes, no matter the occasion, or do they have a pair to match every outfit?

How can you tell when he’s angry? What does she do to cheer herself up when she’s sad? What makes his eyes light up in delight? What makes her cheeks turn pink? How would their rival describe them? How about their best friend? How would they describe their rival or their best friend?

What is the first thing that comes to mind when someone mentions this character? What is the most important thing that comes to mind when someone mentions this character?

Flip it around and tell me how your favorite character would introduce you.


Posted by on January 24, 2017 in Home


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2 responses to “Introducing…

  1. kairos5

    January 25, 2017 at 8:14 pm

    I may have gone overboard with the introducing Edmond Dantès from The Count of Monte Cristo… *shrugs* oh well hope you enjoy:

    You know some would describe Edmond Dantès as a ghost or a vampire. And at a first glance with his pale skin and dark black hair you would be forgiven for thinking that. The fact that he is a count with exquisite taste and style and seemingly endless wealth just adds to the impression that he could be vampire or some other fantastical being.
    But he is much more.
    His mind is sharp and intellect keen, having studied subjects of languages, mathematics, physics and history to name a few.
    His ability to read people is almost as good as his ability to manipulate them if he should so choose.
    Subtly could very well be his name. He could save you from disaster or deliver you to its door step and you’d be none the wiser that it was be his doing.
    Those who have only glimpsed at his abilities have been amazed.
    They should also have glimpsed into his eyes.
    Behind those dark eyes an all consuming fire burns. Vengeance will be delivered. He is on a mission and only God himself could stop him.
    The Count of Monte Cristo, a nearly perfect façade.
    To his friends he is a guardian angel.
    To his enemies he is an angel of vengeance.
    But… he is not even an angel.
    To those who truly know the so called Count of Monte Cristo know that he is but a man. A man who has been wronged. A man with vast abilities. But a man with emotions, limitations and flaws just like you and me. A man named Edmond Dantès
    And he is not an evil man.

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    • Kris P.

      January 27, 2017 at 2:41 pm

      There is no such thing as going overboard! That was a wonderful read, and I thank you for sharing it! 😀

      Liked by 1 person


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