Prompt of the Week: Just Want to Dance with You

Can your main character dance? At what skill level? What’s their preferred dance style?


Write your response in the comments below. Best entry gets a shout out next week!

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6 thoughts on “Prompt of the Week: Just Want to Dance with You

  1. My sweet Mikaela thinks she can dance. She loves watching dancers and has even taken a few classes over her lifetime…ballet, jazz, tap, and ballroom. Her ballroom teacher even said she seemed to come by her ability naturally. However, the moment she realizes someone, anyone, is watching her, she develops two left feet and trips over them. So she dances when she is by herself or when she thinks no one is watching.

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  2. Okay, this is eerie. I was just looking over some of my poetry before I checked your prompt. The last poem I looked at was “Teach me to Dance.” I am singing the twilight zone song now. haha! And the answer to your question is yes she can. 🙂 She must sing, play an instrument, dance, and stitch well. 16th-century nobility required these things. 🙂

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  3. Oh yes, and quite well. Though he hates for anyone to know. Strength and rigidity are deep-set character traits of Fenrir. Thus, asking someone to dance would be one of his most vulnerable acts of courtship. I still remember the first time he asked his love interest to dance in their early days of foreshadowing – how such an elaborate tale of back- leading and cheeky coercion was spun when they were caught…

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  4. Yes! Lilia Hibbert is a 40 something (well, by now 50 something) South African who loves to dance but has never had a partner to pursue ballroom dancing with. So she belly-danced and waltzed and two-stepped by herself at home until she met Jonah…(Visions of Blue Trilogy) Check my blog for the whole first novel in serial format. Starting at Blog- Day 365 of Lock-Down.

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