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Realism in Fictional Romance

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DragonByte
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9:59 pm, Sep 13 2017
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It may be a result of what I watch or my definition of realistic, but why does it seem to be that there are never any sort of nearly realistic romance in any of the fictional works I've seen? Does embellishing the story continue so much to the popularity that it is the standard, or is it simply that difficult for writers to create realistic narratives?

Darknessend
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11:06 pm, Sep 13 2017
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You can't write realistic, what you don't experienced yourself smile wink grin biggrin

hkanz
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12:19 am, Sep 25 2017
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Ever watch Redemption Road? laugh The more realistic a writer tries to make a romance, the less desire anyone would have to be part of that romance, so I'm going to answer 'target audience'.

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