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Quick Tips for Writing Romance Consider what your characters like about each other Compliment their personalities. How can character A help with character B‘s weaknesses? Create boundaries Make the characters notice each other‘s quirks Have your characters get annoyed by some of their quirks Go slow on getting them together Build trust between characters Give them a life outside of their relationship Let your characters be vulnerable in front of each other Have scenes where they‘re helping each Menulis Novel, Story Writing Prompts, Under Your Spell, Writing Promts, Writing Romance, Writing Dialogue Prompts, Creative Writing Tips, Writing Motivation, Writing Promps

Quick Tips for Writing Romance Consider what your characters like about each other Compliment their personalities. How can character A help with character B‘s weaknesses? Create boundaries Make the…

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Erica Crout
How to write a romance novella - Plotter Edition Scrivener Templates, Romantic Writing, Romantic Writing Prompts, Writing A Book Outline, Writing Reference, Novel Tips, Writing Romance Novels, Writing Outline, Amazon Publishing

How to write a romance novella - Plotter Edition

Many writers identify as either a pantser or a plotter. I'm a hopeless plotter. As I worked on plotting out romance novellas I found I had to adapt a lot of the romance models for the shorter form. This led me to create the Romance Novella Plotting Cheat Sheets.

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Therese Ludwig
Romance Planning Beat Sheet http://jamigold.com/2012/11/write-romance-get-your-beat-sheet-here/ Humour, Scrivener Templates, Beat Sheet, Planning Excel, Menulis Novel, National Novel Writing Month, Writing Plot, Story Planning, Writing Romance

Write Romance? Get Your Beat Sheet Here!

NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month—write a 50K word novel during November) starts today, and while I plan to continue blogging throughout NaNo, I wanted to make sure I gave you something good to keep you happy during my crazy month. *smile* Of course, whether or not you’d define today’s post as anything good might depend […]

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Jenny Bravo | Romance Books | Writing Tips + Books to Read
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50 Funny Pics Of Totally Clueless People Caught In Action (New Pics)

No matter how successful, cool or elegant we are, we all have our days or brief moments when our common sense and dignity bid their farewell to us. Blame it on your brain having a fart, on Mercury in retrograde, on waking up on the wrong foot, it doesn’t change anything.

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Nathalie
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Drarry one shots - Soft

I'm pretty much just writing a bunch of one shots that I think are cute. Also, I'll take any requests. That's not to say that I will write all of them but I will try to write as many as I can. I'm not very experienced in smut but I can give it a shot. I also want to let you know that if you like to read anything with an unhappy ending, this is not the place. I love Harry and Draco too much to do that to them (though if it's requested, I'll do it). (The first few aren't that great but they…

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Heather Drewett
Writing a romance novel based on common tropes? Check this chart out. The column on the left (attraction by similarities) is good to refer to if you are writing a friends-to-lovers romance; the column on the right (attraction by differences) is good if you're writing an enemies-to-lovers romance. #writingromance #writingtips #amwriting Character Relationships Chart, Writing Relationships, Writing Personality, Novel Tips, Writing Romance Novels, Writing Prompts Romance, Writing Plot, Tag Yourself, Writing Promts

Character Relationships Chart

Writing a romance novel based on common tropes? Check this chart out. The column on the left (attraction by similarities) is good to refer to if you are writing a friends-to-lovers romance; the column on the right (attraction by differences) is good if you're writing an enemies-to-lovers romance. #writingromance #writingtips #amwriting

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