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May 13, 2011


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Kari Marie

I'm still learning how to listen to the whispering voice in my head about those crazy ideas. My most recent find was a story about a hummingbird princess.

Donna Cummings

Kari Marie, it's tempting to swat those crazy ideas away, and pretend that they don't have a place in our writing. But sometimes I make myself go back and re-examine them--to see if it's not as crazy as I first thought. :)

I love the idea of the hummingbird princess. I can't wait to see that story!

Clarissa Southwick

One of my favorite stories started with: what if nobody wanted to rescue/fight over the lovely heroine? What if they were fighting over who got stuck with her instead? When I started thinking of reasons why no one would want her, the ideas really got crazy:) Thanks for inspiring my brainstorming today :)

Donna Cummings

Clarissa, I'm giggling at the thought of nobody wanting the heroine! That sounds so fun. And I'm sure it brought all kinds of great ideas to the surface. I'm glad I got to help with your brainstorming. :)

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