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Any Good Book Ideas??

I'm trying to write a book. But the problem is, I can't think of any good ideas to write about. I don't like vampires or Twilight or anything, and I would like it not to have any bad messages in it. Like kid-friendly and teen-friendly. Good for kids all ages. Thanks!
Omg, I didn't see the part where you said "for kids all ages". *blushes* Well....hopefully my ideas aren't that off? xD
sapherequeen posted over a year ago
How about,a time travel?
Luckygirl78 posted 10 months ago
Another would be where a different country has invaded and execute anyone who tries to revolt, despite the living conditions when he or she gets mixed up in a rebel attack they assume he or she is a rebel and sentence he or she to death then the character and all the other prisoners try to break out
jargoncarbon posted 1 month ago
 flowersforever posted over a year ago
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sapherequeen said:
Okay, I'll try....

1) Teenagers with mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar, or multiple personality disorder. It would be interesting research (you may have to google the illness before writing), and you may find yourself enjoying writing the story, and perhaps gain more ideas from it :)
That's what I usually tend to do.

2) A 22-year-old young girl was sneaking out, getting high, getting drunk, partying hard nonstop, and verbally and physically abusing her younger sister. The girl comes home after five months or so in rehab, and reunites with her family. But the point of view can be given to the younger sister, who isn't ready to forgive her older sister to say the least. The younger sister has hatred, anger, and hurt after what she's been put through. And she resents that everyone is treating the older sister like a queen, like nothing ever happened, like the younger sister wasn't a victim at all. The story could focus on the younger and older sister's feelings, and how they slowly regain the bond they used to have a long, long, long time ago.

3) A girl finds out not only that she is a lesbian, but she has fallen in love with her popular cheerleader stepsister.

4) A teenage boy finds himself with drinking problems, dangerously rebellious behavior, and on the path to a destructive life. But then he finds out that the girlfriend who allegedly abandoned him nine months ago was actually pregnant, and had died after giving birth to their son (or daughter, depends on what you would choose :D). Since the boy is 18-years-old and a legal adult, he gets custody of the baby boy. The teenage boy immediately falls in love with his son, and takes the vow to change his life by going back to school, graduating, and creating a life for for his child and himself.

6) A 12-year-old witnesses a 13-year-old deaf classmate almost being raped, and this event creates a bond between the two. Within their friendship, they decide to help each other reshape their lives and deal with the problems that used to leave them completely hopeless before they met each other.

7) (Okay, my last idea)
A teenage girl finds herself in a harrowing situation when her older sister, a Junior, becomes pregnant after spending a night with the teenage girl's soon-to-be boyfriend. How can this girl find the strength to forgive her sister and let the love she felt for her crush go? :)

Hope I helped you out!!
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posted over a year ago 
I rlly thought those out wow just wow
bacongirl6112 posted 9 months ago
writer67 said:
if you had one story to pass down, to be read,600 years after you leave. what would they say about you,from the words you portray with messages of diffent depth colour of heat of the suculence of moisture and air about you,given by who,{GOD}, talk about him. your words need to tell others of a picture they have never scene from your eyes. if that dont work, but pky coloured pencils eat with milk.;-]

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posted over a year ago 
TheGoldenHeart said:
I don't mean this in a rude or bad way, but I think a book idea should come from the author himself/herself (unless you don't want to publish it). Anything else will not feel personal to you anymore after a while. Trust me, when there's really something you feel the need to write about, the words will flow much more easily. When writing seems forced or if you can't relate to your own story - it's not right. Just writing a book in order to say "I have writen a book" is pure arrogance. Take your time and when the inspiration comes you'll know you should start working on a book.
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posted over a year ago 
Timidbird said:
Well, I also think that it'd be better for the author to come up with an idea of their own, but I also believe that they need a little kick to get going. An inspiration. Dreams also help with coming up with fun crazy or really cool ideas.

1. A (teen, adult, child, you pick) develop this strange power, and is soon hunted down by all kinds of demon hunters. They finds out her real mother is the demon of all demons, a death goddess.

2. (character) is convicted for the an onslaught of mass murder, and is found guilty despite their innocence. (Character) is sent to this crazy prison or survival game, finding out who the real culprit of the murder.

As you can see, these ideas are what /I'm/ interested in. They're different with everyone, so don't be discouraged. Don't do a topic that everyone is interested in, like you said about Twilight and Vampires. Do something /you/ want. Sometimes you just have to pick little bits of other topics and form your own.
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posted 10 months ago 
sophia101003 said:
right a mystery book that makes people want to read it
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posted 7 months ago 
lilly0102 said:
Write about a treasure box under the Ocean. Everyone was scared to go under there because it was deep down and they were on a boat. The kids wanted to go down there, but they were afraid they would drown. Finally a kid found a scuba diving swim wear on the boat and put it on the went down there. Under there he did not find a treasure box he found something else much better then treasure. He found the missing city of Alanta...... Just keep adding on and on too it until you decide your finish. Remember too use description and proper grammer. Most of all have fun!
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posted 6 months ago 
MineTurtle5 said:
How about basing it on an old song?
That way, you can bring oldies but goodies back AND make it entertaining.
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posted 6 months ago 
mack101 said:
What if you tried writing a book from the bible? Most stories are kid friendly and can serve life lessons for kids, teens, and adults. The best part about it is if you write a bible story it is the truth.
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posted 1 month ago 
I'm sorry, but you'll find no truth there. That books has been rewritten uncountable times after your zombie came back from the dead
ChibiEmmy posted 1 month ago
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