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    Wow, what a topic. I hadn't given this much thought before just now. I'd have to take a course on how to research before I could ever even hope to do this but I am fascinated with women from the past and how they lived so differently from us. I read a small book once with short chapters taken from diaries and letters by a Victorian upper class young lady, a Civil war wife who lived in a cave at Vicksburg, a pioneer mother crossing the plains, an Indian woman, etc. I would like to do another one with more entries and more detail and some from other countries.
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    your idea is great ...i'd have it all about children care and friendship
    thanks for the interesting thread.
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    Mine would be something funny, something that would make everyone who read it laugh out loud till their sides ached and tears ran.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Visionary3 View Post
    Wow, what a topic. I hadn't given this much thought before just now. I'd have to take a course on how to research before I could ever even hope to do this but I am fascinated with women from the past and how they lived so differently from us. I read a small book once with short chapters taken from diaries and letters by a Victorian upper class young lady, a Civil war wife who lived in a cave at Vicksburg, a pioneer mother crossing the plains, an Indian woman, etc. I would like to do another one with more entries and more detail and some from other countries.


    Do you know that book's title? It sounds intriguing

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    I think I'd like to write a fairy tale, about love from family and friends. But it might be too cliched...

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    I guess i always wanted to publish a book in title
    " LETS HAVE A NEW HOPE " ...... i want it to be about inspiring hope , inspiring quotes , inspiring poems... my own inspiring articles... and so on

    Just want it to be a new start for everyone and a new hope
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    It happened calmly, on its own,
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    I have a feeling I would probably write something very cliche. I've always been wanting to write my own fantasy/fairy tale book, something in the vein of Ella Enchanted or one of Gail Carson Levine's books. For some reason, I seem to have the most fun when writing those kind of stories.
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    The book I'm writing now. A sci-fi story to transcend the ages!
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    How about a book about someone else. Observations of others without today's popular snark.

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    I would have published a book containing what I consider to be the best poems, stories, plays, and nonfiction articles I have written.

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    If I were given the freedom to do so I would write a Sherlock Holmes type character into a kind of Jules Verne tale of Phileas Fogg meets Dickens' Oliver type opera set on the moon with Irish politics, the Lisbon Treaty and the Celtic Tiger economy as its theme. lol.
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    Mine would be a really good love story that can be turned into a musical someday.. lol

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