Sex, Prejudice and Content Marketing?
by Stan Faryna
Busta Rhymes and Nicki Minaj, #Twerkit
As I develop characters in my story, I consider how flat they seem to me without prejudice and sin. In the selection below, I explore how to illustrate prejudice and sin in a way that makes the characters more real.
How did I do?
“I’m available,” Tomas offered in a hopeful voice as he enjoyed a view of Anais’ cleavage.
“Um, no – I’m not in the mood for Chinese,” Anais replied.
“I’m Korean!” Tomas snapped at Anais.
“Same thing,” Anais replied carelessly.
“But if you ever want a shot – you’ll lose the combat boots and backpack, Bible boy.”
After Anais had gone back inside, John unsuccessfully tried to sit up.
“That’s a problem,” George mumbled, got up and went back into the bar; his bottle was empty.
21 February 2014
P.S. If you can’t get the video out of your brain, my previous post on Monsters may be helpful.