Hi, I'm writing a dystopian novel about a gov. that gains more and more control, but in sinister and underhanded ways. The MC starts out working as a journalist for a news company, and her editor-in-chief turns into one of the major villains in the story. The boss has a very condescending, overbearing personality and has no respect for individual rights such as privacy, freedom of individual expression, etc. I'm introducing her in Chapter 1--after re-reading the chapter I found that my introduction of her was very bland, so I'm re-doing that part. In the scene, the boss sends the MC a threatning "we need to talk" text message, and the MC goes over to her office, dreading whatever the boss will say because she knows the boss hates her. I need the boss to confront the MC about something, like about disliking an article she wrote or something of a more personal nature. I'm stuck as to exactly what. Basically, something that will set the background of the story better AND reveal more about the villain's character. I'm really stuck with this particular part, esp since it happens in Ch 1 and that's the chapter where it's most crucial to be riveting for the readers...any suggestions/help would be appreciated so much, thanks!