Monday, November 11, 2013

Create a Character



Brittney Johnson is doing a link up at Daughter of the King. I am super excited to be participating in this. I hope you join too. :-)
 
 
 
Name: Sierra Rose
Age: 16
Lives: Woodland, Fergus Falls, MN
Loves: A great adventure
About: Sierra Rose lives with her grandparents in a cabin, in the middle of no where. Her favorite pass time is running through the woods at sundown. (It's very boring where she is) What she finds there is usually the same, until the night of her sixteenth birthday. She went out into the woods and never came back. Never say never though. What she finds in the woods on that dark and lonely night, is something no one would ever believe possible. She wakes up on a re-peat of that same day. And like nothing ever happened, her grandparents greet her with another breakfast in bed. Confused, she goes along with the day, except this time, she bumps her head on a rock on the way back out of the forest, and wakes up with dwarfs looking things drooling down above her. Is this all a dream? What happened while she was sleeping? She is more confused now than ever.


By the way, my character does not actually have dread locks like the photo shows.

God Bless, Amy
P.S. If this book gets finished, it would possibly be called Freedom Calling.

For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us and eternal glory that far outweighs them all. So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, and what is unseen is eternal. 2 Corinthians 4:17-18



4 comments:

Brittney Johnson said...

Sounds awesome =D I love her name!!

Amy said...

Thanks Brittney! :-) Yours was great too! Where'd you get the picture you used? I got mine off Pinterest, but I didn't find any like yours.

God Bless, Amy

Brittney Johnson said...

I got mine off Pinterest too! If you want to follow me my username is demasdaughter and I have a board called characters and I've got a whole bunch of ones on there =D

Amy said...

Awesome! Thank you! :-)

God Bless, Amy