Today's Writing Excuses was especially good; Writing Excuses 5.31 - Writing Romance I know it's bad form to tell people what they need to do. It comes off as preachy and generally turns people off to the conversation. With that caveat, I just want to say; If you are interested in writing, you need to … Continue reading Writing Excuses: Writing Romance
A story element, dealing with the ins and outs of character interactions that go beyond “just friends”.
“You complete me” = Cheesy but Romantic, if there’s history to back it up. “I loved you since the day I met you” = Twitterpation = Not Romantic. “I knew I found you interesting the day I met you, and came to love you” is cool, and “I loved you before I met you” conveys … Continue reading Sam’s “Romance-O-Meter”