No not planning a romantic getaway, but romance planning for plot or story. I’ve had some troubles hanging onto my romance arcs. They seem to get shuffled to the background, which is frustrating when sometimes they’ve started as the primary point for the spark of the idea.
Every time it has shuffled to the back it was ultimately the right choice for the story. But I also wonder if I’m just not as strong at writing it so it is easier to shuffle than to strengthen.
So I took some time and read some stuff. Because reading!
by Susan Warren
This talks about the Why/Why not vs the Why not/Why…I’m a little worried I don’t entirely understand it. But it sparked a few valuable things.
by Scott Eagan
This is completely my problem. So I’m going to try something in the future that takes this plan the romance and backdrop the other thing approach.
by Kaye Dacus
This was really direct. I think my issue is that I hate hate hate #6! So I have to struggle through writing it to bring back around to #7.
Does anyone have any suggestions or tips for planning a romance or having it not get lost behind the other stories?