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THINKING OUT LOUD

I have found that my forte is romance, and passion. I think that I could be an author of such, but, I am too realistic to get into the fantasy part of writing such. Now, I can get down with the passion, but, the outlying fantasy is difficult for me to write, even though I am honed with fantasy throughout my being.

I find it difficult to write fantasy of the ladylike kind. I like to read some of it, but, I cannot get into the really feminine state of dreamy scenes of that sort. This is killing me.

I could whip out some romance stories, but, they would borderline on being considered porn, even though, I have no inclinations towards porn; my own experience and style of writing would make it much more heated than sweet fantasy... Does that make any sense?

I would also love to write for children, but, find that I cannot help but get carried away with a simple plot. There is more to writing for children than we could ever imagine.

I guess I could practice and train myself in these areas, but, I have to admit, that though I want to do both, I would have a difficult time...

See, this is a point of study for writers everywhere. Regardless if you have longings to write something, going out of your area of skill might cost you in publication, readers and reputation. That is not to say that you should not try; just make sure that when you do, you are able to keep the content according to the subject matter, or, go the other way, and, make it so that you have devised a way to take it totally out of context effectively...

It is like singing ballads and then trying to do heavy metal. Though the effort might be good, it is going to sound illogical unless you are really gifted with range and ability...

Anyway, here on these pages, I am going to sometime try my hand with a romance story or two, just to see if I am able to withhold my aggressive nature in this area. I will not be offended if someone tells me, "NOT". I am merely experimenting, to see what areas I can handle...

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