Thanks, I'll check it out.
And as of note there is another part I forgot; at one point I realized that if I let a homoerotic subtext naturally evolve it would help me latter on in a scene about half way in the book.
At this particular scene Jason and Logan pour eachother's friendship filled hearts out to each other moments before a major plot twist and the departure of one of the main protagonists. Which may or may not happen before or after the death of another.
The sub-text would be mostly abandoned in the second half of the book, but it might help for readers to be more engaged in this particularly dramatic scene.
edit: that keyword thing sounds good... hmm ill try it.
Tanya: tenacious man killer
Erica: Whiny city girl
Lee: duty loving Muslim (meaning he enjoys duty and honor as opposed to it being done out of guilt)
Jason: ambitious tribal man
Dickens: ethical but ignorant Christian
Logan: empathetic helicopter ace
William: conspiring author avatar
November: ambitious and radical visionary
how well does Tanya and Jason match up? I did plan for just some plain old lust sex to be alluded to there FOR GOOD PLOT REASONS. Not anything really emotional, just plain old sex that serves as a plot point later down the road.
edited 20th Oct '11 12:53:55 PM by jasonwill2
as of the 2nd of Nov. has 6 weeks for a broken collar bone to heal and types 1 handed and slowly