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Finally Together: chapter 1Finally TogetherFinally Together: chapter 1 by rikuxion123
Chapter 1: Discussion
couples: Rion, Sokai, Rokunami, a little Rokushi, And Tequa don't like don't read
*sign* I guess the storm will not go away.
Awww come on Xion, Riku will make up your date any other day. Kairi said, look I had to wait YEARS so that Sora will ask me out. But you Riku asked you like in a month, he sure loves you. Hope so I continued. Hey I got an idea! Kairi yelled. What is it? I asked, what if we ask Namine to pass the night with us. Kairi suggested. But I said what's wrong? Kairi asked let's just say that Namine does not like to be around me. I confessed WHAAAT? Of course she likes to be around you. Kairi said trying to make me feel better. NO she doesn't sense I was Roxas girlfriend, she hates me! And now more for being his EX-girlfriend. I explained O yeah, I remember that. Kairi said. Ok, I got an idea. Kairi continued what if we ask her to come,
How To Write Romance into StoriesI got a question on my deviantART page asking me about writing romance in a story. So thought it would make a great subject for a post.How To Write Romance into Stories by DarkDelusion
However let me make this clear, I am not a Romance Writer. This tutorial is about how you introduce romance into a story and things to think about when you do. It is not about writing a story that is predominately romance-based.
I can’t help you with that because I am not nor never will be a Romance writer. That genre does not interest me at all. There are already great posts out there that can help if you want to write a solid romance novel.
Final point, this post is not about writing sex scenes. While romance can lead to sex, I have already covered sex scene writing. If you want to check out those tutorials the links will be in the description.
Okay, on with the post!
A place for Romance
Make sure there is a place for romance in your story. Maybe you really want your characters to get together, but the major plot of your story is not giv
The Problems With Stories Written by TeenagersDon't be offended at the title. "Teenagers" is just my way of saying "people who write unprofessional/shallow stories." Not all teenagers write shallow stories, it just sounds catchier.... Anyway.The Problems With Stories Written by Teenagers by MakingFunOfStuff
The first thing I want to make clear is: I'm not talking about anything mechanical in this deviation. Grammar/spelling is important (obviously), but that point has been beaten to death by people on the internet already. My purpose, as always, is to talk about the stories themselves, regardless of the way they are communicated. Whether it be through written word or on-the-spot narration, I believe there are certain tricks to telling good stories. Not rules, mind you. Tricks.
I don't believe that telling good stories is about what you "should" do, rather than what you shouldn't. Example: people generally hate Mary Sues, right? Well, sometimes I notice things that are "like" Mary Sues, in the sense that they're equally as shallow/unprofessional ways of telling stories. The purpose of this deviat
An extension of How not to Write Love Interests“Faith, in the sense in which I am here using the word, is the art of holding on to things your reason has once accepted, in spite of your changing moods.” - C.S LewisAn extension of How not to Write Love Interests by MakingFunOfStuff
This quote is about faith not love, but you can see how the same logic applies. If faith is not merely to "feel" as if you believe something, why should love be merely to "feel" that you like something?
In the end, faith is remembering you have reason to believe, and love is a choice about how you treat someone. Feelings are irrelevant. They are passing. They are constantly changing, and that's natural. They can indeed play a role in our decisions about relationships, but are a fickle factor to base an entire decision off of. It's like building a house on the sand. We're human beings with intelligence, and there is no such thing as a feeling so powerful we HAVE to act on it-that is fantasy.
What about circumstances? What about age? Can it ever be simply a waste of time?
On my last deviation, people arg