Hey, I used to write fanfiction which is usually very fast paced and shorter, so the characters fall in love in like three seconds. So now I"m transitioning into novels and non-fanfiction writing I'm wondering if anyone has any tips on how to slow down and make two people gradually fall in love. (Note: I'm 16 so I don't really know what love is yet or how that works so some insight on that would break great too lol)
Would love your input. I want to evoke emotion and show, don't tell. I have several books published. One novel and three non fiction. Would love your feedback! I have a motion picture studio interested and a few agents mulling. It is not yet complete. Thank you!
I'm new here and write fantasy romance. So far only the first ten chapters of my novel are up, but I'll post a new chapter weekly. Please if you're willing, just give me some sort of feedback!
Hi, my name is Samantha and I have been writing mainly for my own entertainment for over ten years. I used to call my stories b'ubblegum romance' but I enjoy love stories with a bit of a twist. Please do read, review and comment on my stories. Thank you.
Hi everyone, I'm new here and I've just posted my romance/adventure Rescue Me for the contest. I realise I'm very late to the party, but I do hope some of you will read and enjoy my story which includes love, romance,horses, accidents and a fair bit of hanky-panky. Thank you all.
Hey guys, my story has sprouted a new chapter. For those who already follow my work. ENJOY!
For new readers who are wandering what it's about... it's a drama-romance of a gay couple. Not your usual story, maybe even not your usual cup of tea... but... give it a chance if you want. Happy reading!
Hey readers. between sandstorms and sunny hours real character loom into the night. Look, the weary rambler scrambling the sands is about to get fainted or to get the borders of a town in the middle of nowhere in the desert. Look, he is about to discover the horizon has been shaped within orange roofs, polished walls, sealed windowpanes, tar winding roads. He is keen for a sip of water, a voice to his ilusive mind, he is despairing to yell and an akin scent vibes on the cold see-through air, a
door is flapping, he turns around, he get in and out of an empty house, yet; he is not alone....
Happy Holidays to everyone. I would love some feedback on my romance novel "Mangoes by the Rivershore." The teaser reads, "He fell in love with her when he was sixteen and was sent away because of that love. Now that he is forced to return, he searches for her but he is unsure what he should do when he finds her." Thanks.
Hi Group! I recently entered The Romance Novelist contest and invite you to review my current novel, Last Exit To Montauk. It’s an interracial contemporary romance set at the end of summer, 1987, between the narrator, a Hispanic seventeen-year-old, physician’s son, on the verge of manhood, and ready to conquer the world, and B, a progressively brilliant blonde who changed his life. Here's the link:
Hey guys - I would love love love some feedback on my Romantic Comedy I just submitted for the Romance contest! Any help would be so appreciated (I entered really late!). Thanks a bunch!
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