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Theme-Plot Integration Part 9 - Use of Co-incidence in Plot - 05/21/2013
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Here is a link to Part 8 of this Series and to the index to previous Theme-Plot Integration posts: http://aliendjinnromances.blogspot.com/2013/05/theme-plot-integration-part-8-use-of-co.html http://aliendjinnromances.blogspot.com/2013/05/index-to-theme-plot-integration.html On Google+, I belong to a "Community" run by Deborah Teramis Christian for people who "write" (build) Games that people play in alternate universes, created worlds. As you know from my long, involved discussions of worldbuilding, it is a topic that I think Romance Writers haven't approached with enough focused concentration until just recently. As Science Fiction and Paranormal Romance blend, writers have had to pay more attention to the process of how science fiction "worlds" are created. Until recently, only Historical Romance delved deep into the details -- such as the names of articles of clothing, the years different historical characters spent in the same city (where there might have been an illegitimate child conceived who might have affected events later). Today, Romance writers are exploring the stars, meeting alien species, finding interesting relationships and might-have-beens.  And so the process of extrapolating our current world into the future has become of great interest to Romance writers. I have three huge series -- huge in the size of the books, huge in the size of the sales, and huge in the importance of what they say -- to point you to as we launch into a contrast/compare and reve...

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