February 14th is considered by some to be the most romantic day of the year; other’s view it as a commercialized waste of time. I think Valentine’s Day is a sweet holiday.
Now, to make this post writing related, what better day to read a new romance than Valentine’s day? The Wild Rose Press is celebrating their Sweetheart Rose line this month with a special deal: if you buy one Sweetheart Rose story, you get a Sweetheart Rose short story free! Sweetheart Roses are sweet romances that will leave you with a good feeling.
If writing is more your speed, why not take the time to write a romantic story or a romantic scene involving Valentine’s Day? This is a great way to practice your writing skills and maybe try a new style of writing. Keep in mind, you don’t have to write romance just for adults. Teens like romance, too. You could even write a Valentine’s story for kids, though you might not want to focus too much on romance. A girl having a crush on a boy in her class or a boy having a crush on a girl could lead to a very cute, sweet story.
Enjoy this holiday celebrating romance and love. Happy writing!