Character Store

I've seen a few cover stores ( well, a lot really) but I haven't seen a character store. So I made one. The store is for those small characters who have about a page before they are forgotten or else for those huge crowds that a couple of people stick out of. You can also use a description if you have a character's personality and adventures planned out but can't quite conjure them up in your mind. If you are pressed for time or struggling to find the right words, please feel free to use my descriptions. You can use parts of a description or the whole thing. I do requests as well if you can't find what you're looking for. The only thing that I ask is that you leave a link to your book in the comments so I can check it out because I'm vain like that and like to see my work help others :)


13. Roy Hannigan for Leesa Crakon

Roy Hannigan was pretty much like any other senior in school. He wasn't part of the 5% that everyone in school knew the name of: He wasn't an uber geek or a sex-god or the kid who spent the summer in juvie. He was just a normal guy who slipped into the background of everyday life. 

His friends thought he was pretty cool and the blonde girl from drama class even had a crush on him. She thought he was dreamy with his charcoal hair perfectly tousled and those expressive eyes hidden behind round glasses. What she didn't know (what even his closest friends didn't know) was that Roy Hannigan had a secret. And that secret... was the quarterback. 

Roy sat behind him in chemistry, had done for the past year, and couldn't help but feel some chemistry of his own. Of course he had never told anyone. He never would. It wasn't that being gay was considered a bad thing in the high school - the Vice-Principle even had a wife. It was just that Roy had managed to go through most of his school career without drawing too much attention to himself and he wasn't eager to start now.

Still. Every fifth period on a Wednesday and second on a Friday, Roy would sit at his desk staring at that Dorito shaped back, fantasising about running his pale fingers over the quarterback's tanned torso, massaging those rippling muscles. How good it would be to hold him close and kiss that cupids bow mouth. The quarterback was the epitome of the male body. beads of sweat ran down Roy's slender back at the very thought.

But the quarterback would never even take a second glance at Roy. Even if the athlete was gay and hadn't hooked up with practically every cheerleader on the squad, no one that popular ever noticed Roy. 

His thin body gave the impression of gangly-ness and no one ever got close enough to see that (beneath the plaid shirts and jeans) toned biceps were beginning to make an appearance. Or that's what he though anyway. The bolnde girl from drama noticed. She would gush about him to her best friend - Her best friend who was on the cheer squad. Slowly, more people began to notice Roy, as so often happens during that final, exciting year before college. 

Roy Hannigan was pretty much like any other senior in school. Nobody noticed him. Until one day, they did.


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