Folks, we here at TAIM HQ are hardly professionals, and that’s being charitable. Now not knowing how those big city writers do what they do, (I mean I do but just go along) I don’t see how you can’t bake some really creative and unique elements into the cake. Okay I know I’ve used that around here before, or on the other site, (something about sleepy vegan’s I think) but let me explain.
So calling the adult field, shall we say diverse, is an understatement; however it is only the backdrop where as the characters are the main engine. Sometimes that can be the reverse with procedural dramas, but not in TAIM’s case. The effort that goes into each of them to make them uniquely human, a good bit flawed but strong and loyal, is what the driving force is.
The passion for these characters is as such you could put them together in another setting and they would still be as compelling. However this industry is one that many people wonder about, and where those within may not cotton to our honest and creative approach about it, keep in mind TAIM never set out to play it safe.
For any number of reasons, the goal isn’t to make friend’s in the active industry with this, but to shine a light on the human condition using an honest approach with this backdrop. This will allow us to demonstrate how distinct our main group is while exploring familiar and divergent stories along the way.
As is the case with this latest ‘A Unique Girls Day Out’; where Valerie and Sierra have to work together and through their issues with each other to solve a brewing problem within the industry. Sierra being this wide eyed innocent, sheltered from much of the negative the world contains, learns that Valerie’s past may be gray but not her skills. And this was a fun one to write as it took TAIM’s guys outside of their comfort zones while the gals (I know, corny!) had to risk their lives to right the ship.
The ending is great, over all plot absurd, but this is just a quick example of the diversity and honesty these stories will approach any and all areas.