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I think as writers we can get protective over our story ideas. And that’s fair. After all, creating an imaginative, unique story is often a core part of making a successful story that people want to read because its different. But what happens when you have so many story ideas that you know you won’t be able to turn them all into stories? Well, I’m going to share some of mine!

So some of my story ideas (characters, settings, inspirational lines of thoughts) that I have written on my electronic post-it notes include:
– Writing a modern-day story based on a fairytale
– Writing a fantasy novel with hugggeee powerful snakes instead of dragons
– Including a prominent character with a lisp
– Comparing character personalities/beauties to planets and moons

I also decided to take the opportunity to finally attempt a YouTube video to add an extra something-something on my behalf for Ermilia. Let me know what you think. πŸ™‚ Hopefully I’ll get better at the camera focus stuff and learning to refrain from using repetitive phrases. πŸ˜› It’s not easy!

What story ideas would you love to write, but you’re not sure if you’ll ever get around to doing it, so you’d like to share it with others? Maybe we can inspire some people to write and even take others out of writer’s block. πŸ™‚ If you have some great recommendations for some of our story ideas, let us know what book or movie has done that concept justice. As lovers of stories, I think we’d all appreciate a great recommendation. πŸ˜€

– Ermisenda Alvarez