Stupid Cupid

Stupid Cupid  Cupid is following orders and shooting his arrow into two hearts, but he disagrees with the dictate given to him. He doesn't believe that the two people he's supposed to make fall in love belong together. He shoots your heroine with his arrow and...

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Who’s Knocking?

Your heroine is in her home when she hears knocking on her front door. She's not expecting anyone and ignores the knock, figuring it is someone looking for her to buy something she neither wants or needs. They knock again, this time a bit more insistently. She hears...

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He’s Mine

Your heroine is in an emotional state. Something huge has just happened in her life (she got fired, she broke up with her boyfriend, she lost a big client...) she's trying to cool off and take a walk. She sees your hero from afar. She has an instant reaction to him....

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To End it All Here

Two brothers, one woman, and a history of pain. Your hero is a twin and a sorcerer. His brother is also a sorcerer. One uses their skills to hurt others. The other keeps his skills hidden. Not that he's ashamed, but he's leery. He lost someone he loved once when his...

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Sometimes we all need a little inspiration

 Рa spark that ignites our imagination and excites the writing muse.

“Loads of ideas! Gave me great beginnings for a couple of novels I am currently writing!”

Tara Tara - Amazon Review

“This little book is amazing! I was so happy to find it! It was just what I needed to help spark some ideas!”

Alyssa

“Excellent ideas to help someone come up with a great plot for a book. I love to write, but sometimes come up with writers block. This book will be a great addition to my references. Thank you.”

Shirley - Amazon Review

“I’m forever struggling with coming up with story ideas. I have characters floating around inside my head. I have book cover ideas. I have great plot points. But before I start anything, I need to come up with a good overarching story idea. A setting, a situation, an idea. Someplace to put my character and watch him or her squirm. Enter this little book. Now, it isn’t the end all writing book of the century or anything, but its great for stretching your plotting muscle, great for getting those creative juices flowing, and great for improving those brainstorming sessions. It’s just a simple list of tons of different ideas for a paranormal romance. Just a simple list. But it is quite helpful. I have about 800 story ideas floating around in my head now! What a great idea!”

Amazon customer

“Love this book! The story starters were just what I needed to jump start my creativity as well as give tons of ideas to spin into a novel.”

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