Character Tidbits


The Eleventh Age has about forty kazillion characters, good and bad, and all of them have flesh and bones in my head (and in dozens of notebooks and documents I’ve amassed over the years where they have grown and changed, died, reincarnated and changed some more), so I thought it might be fun to show you what I see when I’m writing.  I’m just starting, but eventually this page will be full of links to characters. Sometimes I might give you a picture.  Other times, I might give you a bit of background or writing.  I will have to be careful not to spoil anything.

Elli Foote

Elli Foote, hero of The Eleventh Age
Elli Foote, hero of The Eleventh Age

 

Phileas Foote

Phileas, the First Noble
Phileas, the First Noble

 

Quincy Wellington

Quinn, keeper of the faith
Quinn, keeper of the faith

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tinimus Wellington

Tin, every father's worst nightmare
Tin, every father’s worst nightmare

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elijah Loveridge

Elijah, the troubled soul
Elijah, the troubled soul

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tierney Douglas

Tierney, reminder of innocence
Tierney, reminder of innocence

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aidan Foote

Aidan Foote and his shadows
Aidan Foote and his shadows

 

Alistair “Peril” Godfrey

Peril, the Golden Son
Peril, the Golden Son

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blackeney Smith

blackeney1
Black, student of dichotomies

 

Aisling “Ash” O’Toole

Ash, the changling
Ash, the changling

4 thoughts on “Character Tidbits”

    1. Book one is really an introduction to the larger tale. I actually have a list of all the questions from the first book that eventually have to be answered (so I wouldn’t accidentally lose track of one). It’s 11 pages long, but only 2 1/2 pages of them are questions Elli is thinking and most of that she won’t consider until later books, and that doesn’t include any of the layering for later works. I expect the list to grow drastically as I continue the work. The world is definitely much broader than the first book lets on.

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