What are the things that “call your name” whenever you come home from work? Is it a beer, mixed drink or glass of wine? A cigarette? Maybe it’s a handful of chocolate or cookies?
Whatever it is, it speaks to us, encouraging us to partake even when we know that we shouldn’t.
What calls your character’s name? What are her vices? Those things that she can’t live without even though she knows she shouldn’t succumb to their call?
Your task it two-fold. First create a list of possible vices. Make sure that these things are logical based upon your character’s personality.
Narrow it down to the one or two that are most logical and the easiest for you to write about.
Next write a scene in which your character is enticed to partake in the vice. Where is he? What does he do? Does he resist or give in immediately? Who is he with? Do his friends encourage him or discourage him? When he gives in, how does he feel? Is there satisfaction as a reward or does guilt consume him?
Consider all these things as you write.
When you are finished, reread. How does the scene play out? Have you covered all the basics? Is there anything else that should be included? Expand wherever information is lacking.
Have fun with this one.