One of my favorite things are the romance genre is the fact that there are so many different types of romance novels out there — including one of my favorite: small town romances. So the stories of quirky townspeople who all seem to know each other was endlessly compelling, and the idea of love blossoming in a small town is too adorable for words to me. It's like Gilmore Girls with more romance!
Okay, moving on. I think the main benefit is the ease with which you can write. But if you create your own town, you can just make it all up as you go.
I know small town romances can get a bad rap online sometimes. Even so, I have to admit that there are some types of small-town settings I will seek out. I was at a family wedding in a tiny town recently, and being there helped me remember why I do like these settings on occasion.
There's much to be said about how the locations of our upbringings impact the adults we later become -- but what about the lovers we later become? Many characteristics and lessons can come from from growing up in a small area with a tight-knit group of people fueled by familiar traditions and thoughts. It changes you, no matter how far you venture in this world.
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The building was remodeled and opened inin a campaign led by a group of schoolteachers and local residents to obtain, for our remote end of the county, a branch library. It sits on a rise overlooking the Susquehanna river, at the end of a dead-end street, all but hidden from the currents of town life. Frequently, I was the only person in the building, other than our librarian, Viv.
When Olivia feels stifled in her life, she heads down south — more specifically, Charleston, South Carolina, and one of the first people she meets is hot-and-sexy Eli. They have great chemistry, and he even invites her to his cabin for the weekend. The problem?
YouTuber TazerHere has created a sleepy Texas town called Berrysville in immaculate detail, but what really makes it unique is that it is chock full of stories created by community members. In a playlist of 11 build videosTazerHere has built up the small town of Berrysville in immaculate miniature detail. It is an astounding piece of work that clearly required a lot of mods and particular model choices, and the final product is a place that looks uncannily, I might add a lot like many small town locations in the American Southwest.
People have a tendency to wax nostalgic about how they were raised. I have to admit, in some ways my childhood was idyllic. Growing up in a small town, my siblings and I had the freedom to roam, the simple pleasure of playing outside until the sun set, and the luxury of living in a close-knit community where people took care of each other. Things weren't always perfect, but they were pretty great.