Newbie Romance Writer Club version 5. Chatting about writing and sharing experiences.


#7427

Hi! Any advice for newbies?


#7428

Practice dose make perfect, obviously. Wish I had the time to learn to do it myself. I used to draw alot but I got off track with that somehow, too. I blame college.


#7429

Oh thanks, and yea they definitely do :slight_smile:


#7430

I have seen some KDramas on Netflix, but not a lot.

I STILL HAVE YET TO WATCH GOBLIN. I know everyone says it good and sad, plus, Gong Yoo.


#7431

I literally got goosbumps. Good god that’s delicious :drooling_face::drooling_face::drooling_face:


#7432

Like what? Writing. Getting noticed? What?


#7433

Everyone loves abs. Confirmed.


#7434

Writing romance, please and thank you


#7435

I’ve the App DramaFever to watch others not on Netflix. I’ve not watched Goblin, either. Just another show to add to my “TBW” list as well as my “TBR” List for books.


#7436

Well for one thing, you’ve got to have interesting characters, and make sure their romance is realistic and has great chemistry. I, for one, love slow-burns. I think it’s the best sort for sexual tension and having readers root for the couple to get together. You have to raise stakes and put them through hell. It’s not about the destination of the HEA but how they get to it.


#7437

Thank you! I agree, I like slow burns more. I don’t like love at first sight stuff. I’ll stretch out the romance!


#7438

I don’t like it either. The vast majority of couples in reality don’t do that–but there are always those rare cases, of course.


#7439

Right! It just feels rushed.


#7440

Indeed. Make them go through hell to be together, too.


#7441

Will do!


#7442

Then you’re off to a great start.


#7443

Yep! Nearly at 500


#7444

I’m back everyone, if anyone’s still here :slight_smile:


#7445

Hello, I am here


#7446

Hey what’s up?