Meet the Characters

“Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls;
the most massive characters are seared with scars.”

-Khalil Gibran

Vyv

  • Vyvianna Harte (a.k.a. Vyv): The protagonist. She’s seventeen when the story starts out. She is quite the sought-after girl and you’ll see why when you read the book 1. “Vivianna” is a Latin-derived name that means “life.” I decided to spice things up and replace the first “i” in her name with a “y.”
  • Enide Harte: Vyvianna’s over-protective (and with good reason) mother. She’s also quite the seamstress, patching up her daughter’s dress anytime there’s a little tear (which is actually very often).
  • Silo Harte: Vyvianna’s father who never came back during the war with the Rubains.
  • Leonelle Ethra (a.k.a. Leo): A stranger at first, who becomes a good friend of Vyvianna’s. He can also be a bit of a nuisance, but in a charming way… There’s more to him than meets the eye.
  • Elebore: A silver-horned, elder dragon who cannot interfere with the fate of humans. However, that doesn’t stop Vyvianna from trying to convince him to get rid of her “curse” (which is… I’m not telling! :P)
  • The Sorcerer of Eternicca: A downright elusive welder of magick who may or may not know how to get rid of Vyv’s curse.
  • King Zollamedes: The ruthless King of Eternicca who has followed in the footsteps of preceding Eterniccan kings and banned the use of magick (unless it serves his own purposes). No, Eterniccans can’t just practice magick in secret. King Zollamedes knows all. Somehow. He has taken a particular interest in Vyvianna. I wonder why?
  • Stephan & Chandor: One word: trouble. At least Stephan still has an ounce of humanity left in his heart…
  • Castello: The greedy, borderline(?)-insane master of Stephan and Chandor. Let’s just say you wouldn’t want him to be your bosseven if you were a villain, too. He also has an eccentric vocabulary… ‘Handerstash’ anyone? Or how about some ‘scormles’?

There are more characterssome you’ll love instantly, others you may grow to love, and there are a few you’ll probably despise… But I don’t want to give too much away. 🙂

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15 thoughts on “Meet the Characters

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  2. I do hope you do, although I know it might be a little costly for you if at all you intend selling it as soon as you are done writing.
    For weeks now I have been thinking on how to spice up a novel I wrote “Dragons and Monsters” and I just saw a very brilliant way to do that, thanks to you.
    You recently liked my post “Dragons and Monsters now in PDF”, I do hope you read it and give your review, thanks.
    Enjoy your day!

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    • Thank you for your comment! At this point, I don’t worry so much about the costs because this is a dream of mine. I’m 26 now and have wanted to release a fantasy novel since I was 18.

      I’m glad I inspired a way to spice up your novel. Fellow writers need to stick together!

      Best of luck with your writings. Have a great rest of the week!

      -Eva

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      • Thanks for thanking me. I know it is really none of my business but why the long delay?

        I have actually fancied writing for a long time but I just wrote silly things all for fun during those times, I started fully 2014 and I’m not regretting my big leap at all.

        Through d year I met a writer as well who has helped me a lot in aiming higher and also, I joined two writer community websites where I have been constantly learning new things and it has paid off a lot. I do hope we could also be come close friends and share with each other wonderful ideas on how to enhance this talent of ours.

        Do have a lovely day! 🙂

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      • Well, I’ve been more of a poet for the longest time. Since I was 14. I enjoy the brevity. The fact that I can write hundreds of poems within a years’ time. It feels more rewarding to me. Fiction-writing takes a whole lot more patience, discipline, and persistence. I didn’t really possess either of those things years ago. But now I see things differently… I have to do this. It gives me so much joy and purpose to create a world and live in it as a I write. 🙂

        Yes! Like I said, us writers really do need to stick together! 😀 Writing communities keep us creative types motivated.

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  4. Okay. I’m not a poet and if the truth be told I don’t like poetry, it makes me get confused on the inside, but not withstanding I can predict a pretty good one, like yours.

    Exactly. I was wondering if we could start one if you ain’t in one already. Facebook could be a good start up point, that is if you aren’t in one you can tag me into already.

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