Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Women in Toronto: My Female Characters...

A lot has been said about women in Toronto: beautiful, educated, classy, well-rounded, and ethnically diverse. Allow me to introduce you to the women of my Urban Toronto Tales novel collection.

01) "Delia" is a hot girl, tall and pretty, her body is off the hook, her hair is long, healthy and natural, and she is every man's fantasy. She is known for being a party girl. People see her around town and she looks like she has it made: she's the centre of attention everywhere she goes from the club to the mall. Despite the perceived perfection, however, Delia really just wants to be respected, appreciated, and loved...

02) "Kimmy" is average looking but she's dressed to impress no matter where she goes. She has a tough time keeping relationships, but will do and say anything to get what she wants out of life. A tough girl, Kimmy doesn't take b*llshit from anyone, and doesn't trust a soul. She loves to drink, dance, and keep up with the latest gossip in the city. If something hype is going on, you can be sure Kimmy is somehow in the mix...

03) "Abigail" is a humble girl, short, voluptuous, and thoughtful. A photographer, Abigail loves to see new things, capture new images, and spends a lot of time alone. She doesn't have many girlfriends and usually keeps to herself, but a part of her is curious about the world that exists outside her suburban neighbourhood. She wants to have fun, and live life, but just needs the right opportunity to break out of her shell...

04) "Kiziah" is a dancer, graceful and quiet, beautiful and humble. She worked hard to complete graduate school, and wants to be respected for her talent and ambition...and not just her looks. Kiziah has a kind heart, a delicate spirit, and is usually judged and dismissed by those who don't take the time to know her...

You can read about the relationship drama that ensues with Delia or Kimmy in my book VIDEO LIGHT or about Abigail or Kiziah in REQUEST TO REWIND.

The books of the Urban Toronto Tales collection strive to represent Toronto men and women as accurately as possible. The experiences, the conversation, and the lifestyle. To check them out, visit www.staceymarierobinson.com/books.html.

Thanks :)


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