The highly controversial, literary docudrama, “The Taste of Champagne Urge” “Wik-ID-Fiction” (published by AuthorHouse UK), by Lyndon Walters explores the debate: what makes up relationships.
Taking place on Asteroidia, a virtual planet, “The Taste of Champagne Urge” “Wik-ID-Fiction” describes a naïve Sandra Bogus and the hard hitting Duke Stagg – polar opposites, yet they each have something the other wants. As Sandra and Duke strive for their own versions of “success,” it becomes apparent that they are both prime examples of stereotypes. Duke longs to have an extremely attractive “exotic bird” on his arm to boost his self esteem and Sandra is seeking to become a celebrity ‘A-Blister’, per her mother’s wishes.
An excerpt from “The Taste of Champagne Urge” “Wik-ID-Fiction”:
“Sandra’s tremendously long legs were accentuated by the scarcity of clothing. She wore dark blue sandals trimmed with a flash of sky blue. Earrings, eye shadow, lipstick, talon-like painted nails matched the shiny taffeta top and the ‘pum-pum’ shorts. Sandra wore an extra large sky blue plastic empty spectacle frame to draw attention to her large cornflower blue eyes. Her shiny taffeta skimpy top and ‘pum-pum’ shorts glowed in the darkened Auditorium. The audience cheered wildly.”
“I want to challenge individuals to examine how the power of ‘programming’ and ‘conditioning’ impacts individuals,” Walters writes. “Readers should question whose ‘values and beliefs’ they are living and which ‘models’ fit which ‘roles.’”
“The Taste of Champagne Urge” “Wik-ID-Fiction” will be on display at the Frankfurt Book Fair which will take place October 8-12, 2014.