#CleaningHouseNovel Meet the Characters Number 14: Stowne

Fourteenth, in my post series about the characters in Cleaning House  – An Appalachian Contemporary Fantasy, comes Stowne, one of the lead characters. I’ll let the description and imagery do the talking here.

1) Name/Nickname – Stowne, Big Rock, Ol’ Pile of Gravel

2) Occupation/ Title/ Purpose – Mountain Spirit, Earth Elemental, Embreeville Mountain, Anxious Boulders Waiting for Their Love to Return, Quaking Earth

3) Associated Song – “Lift” Poets of the Fall (Stowne’s song to their love, Cent, but it very much represents Stowne)

4) Descriptive Sentence, Phrase, or Excerpt –

Stowne was smells and shadows, there, but always unseen. Earth and rocks and… she couldn’t explain Stowne besides that. No other words did Stowne justice.

5) Quotable – “Let my soil slip between your toes and feed you.”

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