Post # 1
I hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend so far. I know I am.
When you think of romantic proposals in stories or even your own romantic proposal what do you imagine?
I’m a romance writer and I feel like I have the same type of proposals all the time. I want some unique ideas. And I have several characters in my series of books and I don’t think everyone’s should be the same.
When you read fiction romance do you NEED a proposal by the end of the book? Or even a wedding, or just a wedding date?
Post # 3
I personally think romantic proposals aren’t just exotic and expensive holiday proposals, or very extravagent things, but cute and personal moments
What is your style of writing? Is it glamour, humour, or romantic like Nicholas Sparks?
It depends on the book, and the author. I don’t like it when an author ALWAYS has a proposal at the end of the book, or a wedding etc. I like to be suprised, and not be reading up to it and think “Yep, he’s going to propose now”.
I also love the ones that don’t always have a happy ending, or have a cliffhanger at the end. That way I can dream up my own scenarios
Post # 4
With the romance novels I’ve read I will admit there are times when the endings seem similar. One fictional couple stands out because the guy wanted to get married, but the woman was hesitant. She questioned things for a long time, and finally ended up proposing to him when she realized it was what she wanted! It was so unique, I loved it and obviously still remember it about a year later.