Gail Carter is plain and shy. She is the dogsbody of her family and they put her down all the time. She gets fed up with this and decides to become a real go-getter. Her new path gets her into modelling. Gail’s family is not supportive, but the new go-getter Gail is determined to make her own way.
In a sequel in order to save her father from bankruptcy Gail is forced to work for Mr Hogg a shady business man and take up modelling again. She also agrees to train his step daughter Linda who was Gail’s double.
- Go-Getter Gail! – Debbie: #165 (10 April 1976) – #176 (26 June 1976)
- Go-Getter Gail! – Debbie: #269 (08 April 1978) – #280 (24 June 1978)
In 1880, the Forsyth family are left penniless after the death of the father. One daughter, Amy, is sent to a London school to study music while the younger daughter, Sally, goes to Paris with her mother, who had never shown her much affection. Mrs Forsyth wants to pursue art, and pursues it with single-mindedness that comes at the cost of the household’s welfare. But her paintings are not good enough to sell, so Sally secretly turns to singing to make ends meet.
- The Little Songbird – Judy: circa #1492 (20 August 1988) – (?)
Shona Baker’s parents have separated and she has to spend four days with each of them in turn. The bitterness between the parents is causing problems and heartache for Shona.
- The Sharing of Shona – Tracy: #157 (2 October 1982) – #170 (1 January 1983)