Prompt Me Romance: Workbook & Journal (Prompt Me Series)
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One thing that I would be concerned about if I were a parent would be whether or not the book is too "steamy," if you know what I mean. Personally, I would feel totally comfortable giving this to a teenager to use. The prompts themselves are cute and sweet, and I could see an aspiring teen-romance novelist using them easily. However, I am sure you could make the stories more risque if that's where your imagination leads you.
These words of inspiration begin the newest in Robin Woods’s ‘Prompt Me’ series. ‘Prompt Me, Romance’ is laid out like her others in the series, giving all of us writers-to-be her signature creativity and enthusiasm.
My feelings remain the same about this version as they do her other ‘Prompt Me’ workbooks...
Who better to help with getting your writing juices flowing than an English teacher AND published author?
Robin Woods, the talented writer behind the ‘Prompt Me’ series and ‘The Watcher’ series, brings all of us wanna-be writers another round of creative inspiration.
In ‘Prompt Me Again!’ Woods continues her masterful layout for different ways to get your fingers typing! Her take, “Prompts are meant to be inspirational, not shackles,” and “If one [...] doesn’t work for you, move on. If it doesn’t work [...] today, it might tomorrow.” immediately relaxes the reader into feeling confident in experimenting with their many ideas.
My favorite sections to use are Picture Prompts, Choose a Path, & Dialogue Prompts. I also enjoy the journal section - particularly for the sporadic ideas that pop up while using other parts of the book. And, finally, the reference section is a fount of guidance when you just can’t quite find that word or expression that you need.
I highly recommend this book for aspiring and seasoned writers alike.
However, as this one focuses solely on Romance, there are many more bonuses highlighting specific information you’ll want/need for your own romantic tale, including: The Standard Romance Story Arc, Stages of Intimacy, and understanding Love Languages. And, again, the Reference Section is filled with words and phrases you’ll find particularly useful for a lover’s adventure: Barriers in Relationships, Words to Use in a Romance, and Tastes & Aromas.
I’m not ashamed to admit that I would LOVE to write a book for Hallmark’s Publishing company. (And maybe have it turn into a movie on the Hallmark Channel. ;) A girl can dream...) As this is not the normal genre in my own storytelling, I found this workbook immensely helpful and inspiring.
Again, I highly recommend this book for aspiring and seasoned writers.