These are mainly notes for me. I find that, during the course of telling a story, I tend to forget about each character’s attributes as the story progresses . . .
b. 1936. Diminutive. Good figure. French pleat in “honey blonde.” Grey eyes. Just above knee skirts. Magenta beads – although a classy dresser when the occasion requires. Intelligent. Analytical. Funny. Old-fashioned. Writes letters in green ink, on deep lilac, lavender-scented paper. Can enjoy a drink of London’s finest (gin).
Formerly married to Sir Charmer Tankful OBE.
b.1957. Long black hair with blue sheen. Green eyes. Fashionable. Good eye for describing clothes and interior furnishings. A sucker for charming men. Has a black labrador called Ferris. Beautiful. Good poet. Has two adult children: Ian and Karen. Ian is doing a degree in mechanical engineering.
Formerly married to the Rt. Hon. Austen Tankful MP (Evangeline’s son).
b.1973. Shaved head. Doc Martens. Wears black. Muscular build. Bicycle. Addicted to Glu-stik and Valium. Socialist. Member of British Indigent Workers Party. Sells the Leftist Worker on the street. Presently immature and not very responsible.