Future is in the vast majority. Sci-fi fans are truly oppressed
In all seriousness, addressing a few other points: I’ve noticed that romance and romantic options are a feature in basically every COG and WIP, but there are very few that focus on romance (the most successful of which being Wayhaven). It’s a trend I probably won’t reverse because I can barely write a paragraph a week thanks to brain-stuff, but it’s something I’ve noticed.
So, here’s another poll:
How do you prefer romance as a focus in a story?
- Most romance have the romance as the primary focus – other themes might take the spotlight on occasion, but for the most part, they remain secondary.
- Wayhaven has romance and the supernatural mystery hijinks take center stage, often one going in hand with the other. Both are primary focuses.
- In most COGs or WIPs, you have the option of romancing another character. While this opens up subplots and gives more content, it is possible to not have any relationship and still not miss out on the core focus of the story. In tjis case, the romance is secondary.
- I prefer it to be the primary focus of the story
- I want it to be the primary focus alongside another topic or theme
- I prefer it to be a secondary focus
- I prefer it to not be in if it isn’t one of the primary focuses
- I prefer it not being in at all
I’m the third option, personally.