What are your thoughts on romance for your typical genre? Do you tend to have a little, a lot, or none at all?

Well, I’ll just jump into things and say possibly, but not really. Since right now I am writing a not-yet-written-down story that involves a wall falling down on the main character, Sophie, that one is definitely not going to have any. I mean, how do you get romance in a story like that?

Well, I must say I’m not one really that big on romance, I don’t even read that much romance. So, you could say not much.

Last time I wrote a short story it was a pretty lame story in general, it was about this girl who robbed a bank and bad things happened. There was no romance in it, yep.

The time before that I was about 6 I wrote a story about how these two people fell in love and they lived happily ever after. It was a really bad story, but I thought it was great. After I wrote it I acted it out with some Barbies. It was lame. Although, that was pretty much the only time I wrote romance.

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14 thoughts on “Romance……?

  1. She could fall in love with the wall. I’ve heard it happens, and we’re a tolerant, accepting society who would probably take her off for counselling without making too much of a fuss, praying that she wouldn’t start trying to make out with bricks.

    Okay, I think it’s time I went to bed. This comment is representative of the state of my brain, and I have to get up early tomorrow. *slams head into keyboard and passes out*

  2. Sophie could have a little romance in her story. She could have had a boyfriend and had just broken up with him when the wall fell on her. Then some nice young man could come along and rescue her.
    Or you could do it the other way around. Sophie could be rescuing a nice young man who was trapped under a fallen wall, and then the wall’s wicked cohort could fall on her.
    Just a few suggestions from the peanut gallery. 🙂

    • Ooh, good ideas! Tight now, her friend mysteriously dies, and she is trying to figure out why, she is in her friends room when the wall falls on her. Though I will definitely consider those!!

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