Romance Writing Prompts: November 2016

Romance Writing Prompts

It has been a couple of months since we lasted visited the romance genre. Most of the projects have been suffering from major writer’s block as I steadily pour everything I have into the big first draft I started for NaNoWriMo. It’s been a bumpy start so far, but every day seems to make the project a little more clear and easier to write. I very highly doubt the first draft will be anywhere near complete by December, but I’m determined to get this one done. The piles of notes on the other two novels are staring in a jealous-filled rage, I’m sure.

But, anyway, these writing prompts are brought to you by Leslie. She very clearly told me to not give her credit for these and to just share them as if I wrote them. Obviously, I’m not good at that kind of thing. I hope you enjoy her romance themed writing prompts. Perhaps you’re starting your own NANoWriMo project a bit late or need some romantic inspiration. Please share your creations with us! Happy writing!

Romance Writing Prompts-November 2016-She hated blind dates, but little did she know this would be her last.
She hated blind dates, but little did she know this would be her last.
Romance Writing Prompts-November 2016-Day after day, year after year he said nothing of his affections. I am in love with you, he whispered to the headstone before him.
Day after day, year after year he said nothing of his affections. “I am in love with you,” he whispered to the headstone before him.
Romance Writing Prompts-November 2016-Coffee and papers flew into a mess as the two strangers collided on their hurried paths, unaware their destinies were now intertwined.
Coffee and papers flew into a mess as the two strangers collided on their hurried paths, unaware their destinies were now intertwined.
Romance Writing Prompts-November 2016-She was as deadly as she was beautiful, and he was the only man who did not notice.
She was as deadly as she was beautiful, and he was the only man who did not notice.

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