We’re back this week! And we are offering four new romantic writing prompts for your inspiration. It’s time to write your very own love story or add a romantic subplot to an ongoing story! Don’t forget to share your stories and artwork with us!
I have set myself the goal of finishing the Brix and Gregor first draft by the end of this month. I have eleven chapters remaining at the time of typing this. The story is going to need a lot of work. My excitement over the project has certainly waxed and waned to dramatic extremes. Once the draft is complete however, I plan to take a couple of weeks away from it before trying to make it readable. In that time, I will begin drafting a new story for Detective Peirson.
As you may have realized by now, Leslie and I aren’t big on the mushy side of romance. Our idea of celebrating Valentine’s Day is raiding the marked down chocolate on the 15th of February. That inspired the first of this week’s writing prompts. If you’re looking for the sappy love story, these probably are not the writing prompts for you. Or maybe they are. After all, it is your story. And please share those stories with us. Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone!
I would like to remind you that I’m taking this week off of flash fiction so I can get everything sorted out after the ten part series of Red Herring. I really hope you enjoyed it. Detective Peirson will see more cases in the future. Hopefully in a longer format than flash fiction. I’m currently in Chapter 3 of the first draft for a story containing Brix and Gregor that I’m pretty excited about.
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We were in the middle of making these last week and the power went out. The images were saved roughly two minutes beforehand. Sigh of relief. By the time the power returned, we were having a new set of windows installed in our living room. So we just decided to wait until this week to post Part 3 of the Holiday Writing Prompts. Not going to lie, neither one of us are much for the “holiday spirit” so the week off saved us on coming up with additional prompts.
On to these new prompts: Les has created three new holiday (ish)themed romantic prompts. Please share your stories and artwork with us. Merry Christmas, happy holidays, and happy writing!
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!
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You have the artist to thank for these writing prompts. We had not posted any romance prompts since July, but I was having some serious mental block on anything romantic. But Leslie saved the day! You almost got a second round of fantasy. Below are four brand new writing prompts to set up a romantic story. Or you can be like me, and make them all dark with relative ease. Be sure to share your stories with us!
If we’re being honest with ourselves, deep down, we are all suckers for a good love story. Last month’s romance-themed writing prompts have proven that by being insanely popular on Pinterest. Hopefully, everyone will enjoy these four additions.
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Every story needs a bit of romance. This week, we’re providing our readers with five writing prompts to add some romance to your stories. From their first encounters to the established love, we have you covered this week. Don’t forget to share the love!
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