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Wed Nov 22, 2017 6:46 pm
IvoryRose says...



@Stori may I have your plot, I think it could tie into my story idea?
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Thu May 31, 2018 4:41 pm
Evander says...



I've always had this idea for a summer camp break out story, but I've never been able to successfully plot for it. It's taken the forms of realistic fiction and supernatural fiction, but I don't know if I'm the right author for it xD

So, the ideas in this word salad are:
1. There is a summer camp. The 10-13yos decide they have to break out.
2. The camp counselor could be evil flying monsters.
3. The camp could be a front to try and eat the kids' souls?
4. Main character probably doesn't have any powers.
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Fri Aug 10, 2018 5:01 pm
Poor Imp says...



1. A house of five gables; five children; a peculiar boarder and two parents: Wanderlust is a blessing and curse.

2. Why does the little boy jig?

3. If you could drink a pond, should you? Why's he drinking the whole pond?

4. The Irish in Boston: Are they Irish or no?

5. Meet a rabbi on the corner. Ask him: Why does a rabbi always answer a question with a question?
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Tue Aug 14, 2018 7:21 am
WritingPrincess says...



Poor Imp wrote:1. A house of five gables; five children; a peculiar boarder and two parents: Wanderlust is a blessing and curse.

2. Why does the little boy jig?

3. If you could drink a pond, should you? Why's he drinking the whole pond?

4. The Irish in Boston: Are they Irish or no?

5. Meet a rabbi on the corner. Ask him: Why does a rabbi always answer a question with a question?


I love number 1! I think I’m going to use it.
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Tue Aug 14, 2018 8:46 pm
inktopus says...



We'll just get a few ideas that I'll never write out of the way:

1. 2 mages that live together and help the village townsfolk, but everyone is terrified of them even though they're just an adorable couple.

2. the black sheep of the family somehow inherits the family land. What does the rest of the family think? What does the black sheep do?

3. A man visits his estranged lgbt sibling years after he told them they were sick and he wanted them to get help.

4. A kid gets abducted by aliens that turn out to be his own species
insert profound quote here

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