T is for Talia, Element Water

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The Water Element character has been elusive to me, but I kept imaging her living where Ray lives–an isolated farm where someone was growing medicinal plants, keeping livestock, tending a pretty awesome garden and pretty much keeping to themselves. As is, when Eli and Lily visit Ray for the first time, he’s alone. But it seems like someone else lives there although he’s hesitant to say who.

When I looked up the “water personality” I figured out who else is there–somewhere. Here’s what I found….what a natural fit.

The water personality can be charming, persuasive and articulate. She thinks intuitively and uses that gift to become a natural healer. She capitalizes on her resources and intelligence. She is clever, introspective and self-sufficient. She prefers to remain hidden, enigmatic and anonymous, rather than seeking the limelight. She can be unpredictable, moody, isolated and lonely. She could appear tactless, unforgiving and suspicious, in an effort to hide his vulnerability from others.

Hello, Talia.



4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Liz Brownlee
    Apr 25, 2014 @ 17:45:07

    Hi Amy! I wish I knew a bit more about your book, reading the character analysis under the letter T there. Do you think it would be a good idea to put a bit about your book as a sticky comment at the top, so that you could read the entries with a bit more knowledge?

    Your book sounds interesting, I think i would help when reading your blog!

    Liz http://www.lizbrownleepoet.com


    • Amy Willoughby-Burle
      Apr 26, 2014 @ 21:17:26

      that’s a good idea. When we were still on A or maybe even F…it was easy to read back and see what was going on, but now toward the end, I imagine it’s getting hard to follow. You’ve given me an idea for “U” …as I’m falling behind on posts as well and need to catch up!


  2. WriterlySam
    Apr 26, 2014 @ 18:55:26

    Oooh, new character!!! Love her name and “personality” description!

    Echoes of Olympus
    A to Z #TeamDamyanti


  3. Djinnia
    Apr 27, 2014 @ 16:16:06

    Sweet. Sounds like a person I would like.


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