Hi all, I was talking with 2 of my "proof readers" last night, one is my husband and the other is a friend. Just for fun we were choosing through famous actors to play my book's characters if it had to become a movie. The fact is... everyone I came up with, they did not agree. For Michelle, I proposed a blonde straight-haired actress (they're national stars so I won't name them). My husband said he doesn't visualize Michelle with straight hair (he still sees her blonde though). Our friend can imagine her straight hair but not the colour... This happened with 2 more characters. Even though I briefly described them and as for Michelle I reminded the reader a couple of times about how she looks like (the chemist looked over her blonde head)... Now, the fact is that both my husband and my friend have a clear idea of the characters' attitude and behaviour.. Do you think that's enough or should I insist more on the physical side? Does that mean I've been bad at descriptions? (which I don't like to dwell on too much cause I consider them boring and useless if they don't add some real meaning to the story). Hope you understand what I mean. Sorry if my English is not so fluent.