Open Book Blog Hop – Story Ideas   1 comment

Do you get story ideas that you know you’ll never write?’

Realisation of my idea for a gingerbread and chocolate house diorama

I have lots and lots of story ideas. Everywhere I go, every time I do research, and every time I read a snippet of history, I get stories ideas. There are so many fascinating places, people, and innovations out there, but there is only limited time to write stories. I work full time and have a family so time is my most precious commodity and I have to decide which story ideas to pursue and which to leave for the time being.

I have a number of half written manuscripts on my computers including another middle school book called Silly Willy goes to London, a cli-fi book about genetic engineering and the fourth industrial revolution (I wrote the first 40 000 words and plotted out all three…

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Posted February 10, 2021 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

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