Tue Jun 11, 2013 3:21 pm Post
Tue Jun 11, 2013 3:46 pm Post
lml wrote:So I've been brainstorming a story for a while but I'm having problems deciding if my protagonist should be male or female. Is there any particular way that you decide what gender to make someone?
lml wrote:My fear is that if I put it in an opposing gender to my own that it won't seem authentic because of the differences in traits and thought processes.
Wed Jun 12, 2013 2:57 pm Post
When Dave left the shop with the replacement charger for his Blackberry he was still thinking about the woman who had served him. He'd totally do her if he got the chance, he thought to himself. The charger was too bulky to put in his pocket so Dave just carried it in his hand. Finally he was going to be able to use his mobile again. He could check to see if that girl from the bar had texted. And he could look at his special websites again without having to use his girlfriend's computer.
A few minutes later he arrived at the cafe. Starbucks. He joined the queue behind some college student (nice ass) and thought about his drink. He couldn't decide between the latte, which always made him belch noisily, or the americano.
'Latte, extra large,' he said to the cashier. Nice rack, he thought.
Dave moved over to the collection area where he started absent mindedly setting up football plays with the packets of sugar.
'What did you order?' asked the barrista, brushing her blonde hair away from her face.
'Rack, extra large,' he replied. Nice latte, he thought to himself.
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