Genre of the Month: Romance

romanceRomance writing takes a special talent. There is a certain dance to writing a believable romance tale. You need chemistry between characters and a tale to be told. So April we are taking some time to look at the art of writing romance. I hope you will join us and share your tips, posts, and favorites during April’s adventure into Romance.

Do you have a special Romance piece that you think is ready for the world? Try your hand at Guest Blogging this month.

Do you know a blogger that has a blog with a romantic feel?  Share that URL in the comment section so we can take a look for our Blogger of the Week.

Did you make a Meme that you want to share? Or will you make some new Dancing with Firefly Meme’s for us to use on our blog? Let us know!

You can always reach us by email at Crysta@DancingWithFireFlies.net.

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  1. I’m always happy to share my exciting tale of romance! I’m an American woman who flushed twenty years of marriage to a mean, drunk, ‘wasp’ (White Anglosaxon Protestant) in favor of an incredibly loving Egyptian Muslim man I met online. I married him in Egypt after only 50 days of correspondence, and less than 24 hours after our first actual meeting. I’m using my binders of printed emails as blog posts on my blog, “Aisha’s Oasis.” (http://aishasoasis.wordpress.com) Readers are invited to enjoy the whirlwind excitement of an internet romance that went right. Very right! Start here, if you are interested:

    http://aishasoasis.wordpress.com/2013/12/09/my-first-cup-of-tea-in-the-oasis/

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