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Marjorie’s Story : Faces and places in the novel

 

I had a lot of fun finding photographs that portray what I think the characters in my novel look like, and photos of places they’ve been. Visit my Pinterest page to get a visual on these people! I’ll be updating faces and places as I find more images.

Marjorie Corrigan

Marjorie Corrigan “Gone was my prim bun. In its place was a riot of curls springing out around my head, like the head of a cherub whose halo had shorted out in a shower of sparks. What on earth had I done?”

Helen

Helen Corrigan “She held up the pale violet frock—an old one of mine that I was altering to fit her—and swayed to and fro in front of the pier glass, glowing. ‘Oh, Marjie, it’s the cat’s meow.'”

Charlie

Charlie Corrigan “He assumed his injuries made him a pariah where romance was concerned. Which was a shame, because my handsome, charming brother would make a first-rate catch for any girl. Except when he drank. Or when he was being stubborn and annoying. Like now.”

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