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sloren96 Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2016
The writer understand better the mind of people what they want to learn through their writing therefore this article is outstanding. Thanks!!!
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honeydewdropstea Featured By Owner May 23, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi their, I hope it won't come off as spam when you see all the faves from me in you're inbox. ^^; I just think your stuff is really great and useful tips. 
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KatluvsNutellaXD Featured By Owner Edited Mar 9, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
This is the motherload of writing tips! Bravo :clap:
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OokamiKasumi Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2015  Professional Writer
LOL! Thank you! Hopefully they'll prove helpful.
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KatluvsNutellaXD Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
They really have. Ive been working on  story concept for a long time now (by long time, I mean I barely have time to sit down and write, so most of my stuff s something I've banged out in class and I'm missing a part buried among school papers OTL ), and I know what kind of chracters I want, I know what kind of story it is, how they all got there and what they are sriving for, its just overwhelming because: while it's a story, it wa originally thought of my me and my fiance as the storyline of a video game. The hardest aspect I think, however, is that it is a common genre with an interesting twist, I just have to make sure I guard my concept and make it likeable enough. I don't want it to be a "not another zombie apocolypse story" type thing. Then recently, I read Fort of Apocolypse, and it's nagging at me because it's so close to what I have created. TnT Anyway, sorry for the rant haha your tips have heloed me develop my characters into more personable beings.
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OokamiKasumi Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2016  Professional Writer
Don't worry about your idea being 'original'. There's no such thing as 'original.' Worry about whether or not it's entertaining. That's the important part.

Everything is a REMIX
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KatluvsNutellaXD Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks :)
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pinktoenels Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2015
I would like to write a dark erotic romance but not really sure how. Am I making it more complicated than it really is or is it simply beauty and the beast? I find that everything is bondage and billionaires or motorcycle clubs. I feel so lost. Help! 
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OokamiKasumi Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015  Professional Writer
Okay, first of all, if you want to write something Dark, this means that ALL your main characters (Hero/Heroine/Villain) must have some sort of personal issue or trauma to overcome, and the main two characters: the Hero & the Heroine MUST overcome them before the story ends. The "Stages of Grief" pattern is what you should follow to do this.

Now then, the name "Erotic Romance" is actually misleading. What an Erotic Romance actually is is "Women's Adult Pulp Fiction". This means that the Plot must be some sort of Pulp Fiction; Horror, Gothic, Suspense, Mystery, Sci-Fi Fantasy.... However the key to doing it Right is that Sex must make the plot happen.

I do have a tutorial for Writing Erotic Romances, but because the content is Adult, somewhat, I can't post it here on DA. To read it, you need to go here: All you need to write EROTIC ROMANCE  Read that to give you a general idea of how the genre actually works.
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hyrule-warrior19 Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
one quick question. Do you have anything for dystopian or science fiction stories?
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