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my idea is:

two girls called Hatty and Crystal (I am already writing this book) who escape from the circus to become drama stars (Sorry if you think i'm copying hetty feather) at the Apollo theatre in broadway. Hatty and Crystal are known as the bloody girls; so the manager, Emily, tells them to do a show. Hatty OK, cos she always talks loudly, but will Crystal forget her lines?

Like if you want me to publish
Ivy xx

by Ivy Strawberry Butterfly at 10:42 am Thu 19 Jul 2018 | Likes: 3

heres my idea theres this girl called Mavis and she is in ww1 she is 9 years old and comes from riverdale school in London. she has 2 brothers Keneth and John. she gets put with mr . howard the RAP Warden. she also has to go to stibtion school in stibtion vilige

by Queen Kaleidoscope Girl at 9:38 am Tue 17 Jul 2018 | Likes: 0

My Idea is ........:

There is a girl called Summer who loves inventing in school she is a year 5, and one day she gets bullied by two year 10 boys who are really mean who call her: Summer-Dummer and she hates it. Soon enough she gets called that horrible name by everyone even her friends, all her friends turn against her, so she builds a time machine and goes to the year 2914 she arrives in double town she's got loads of friends there but she has to go back to the year ere in double town!

by Willow Apple Kitten at 12:45 pm Mon 16 Jul 2018 | Likes: 1

What about a story about depression, or maybe a girl who has paranoia...

By the way, I would appreciate it eminently if you looked out for my two new books, Wave, and The Sisters Of Red-by Street, as I completed them yesterday and will publish them on the 27th of this month.

by Verity Breezy Midnight at 8:16 pm Tue 10 Jul 2018 | Likes: 2

what about a girl who was dumped in the country side at only a baby and she had to survive alone one year alone when a little foundling comes along and takes her in and together they have strange adventures on the streets of Victorian London...

this is just a idea i thought of on the go in a few seconds!

the girl could be called kat but the foundling calls her emerald as she has green eyes...
or pearl yes... pearl
and then they slowly find there mum! and a big surprise happens...
they are sisters!

by Emily Orange Sunflower at 10:55 am Tue 10 Jul 2018 | Likes: 3

Hi Verity breezy midnight,

i love your idea about being sucked into a mirror, it's a great idea! You'd better use it!


by Coral Circus Sky at 10:49 am Tue 10 Jul 2018 | Likes: 1

What about a girl with a strange disease that means she can't sleep so she goes on adventures instead!

Just a thought...
Like if you would write a book about that!!!:)

by Daisy Harmony Lolly at 10:43 am Tue 10 Jul 2018 | Likes: 1

If Jacky hasn't done one yet (she's published over 100 books) I would like her to make a book about an orphanage

by Lizzie Breezy Fruit at 10:30 am Tue 10 Jul 2018 | Likes: 1

Hi Verity,

I love your idea about a girl getting sucked into a mirror! You should use it!


by Coral Circus Sky at 10:30 am Tue 10 Jul 2018 | Likes: 0

What about a girl who mysteriously gets sucked into a mirror at her grandparent's house, into a land of the past. When she goes in, she needs to find the way out, but when she does, she continues to go into the mirror and ends up in so many different years...
Why on earth?
This is actually a book I've been intending to write for so long!

by Verity Breezy Midnight at 8:46 pm Fri 6 Jul 2018 | Likes: 2

I would really like jacky to write a book about a girl called Evelyn Skylark who has a brother called Felix Cobblestone and two sisters called Clover Amaraly and Ellen Skylarkwho is Evelyn's RELATED sister and the other two have other mums and dads but they are dead so they were raisesd by Evelyn and Ellen's mother. One day, their mum goes to a pub and doesn't come back and Evelyn tries her best to look after the others but it's too much hard work.....

by Rose Crystal Sweeties at 9:09 am Fri 6 Jul 2018 | Likes: 1

Mmmm, a sequel to Lola Rose and Hetty Feather. These are my own ideas:

I'm writing a story right now called "The Thriller of Horror" but I'm not sure if I want to publish it or not. About a 12 year old girl, Christie who wakes up one morning and finds out she's switched places with her Mum. Christie thinks that being Mum for a day is quite fun, just relaxing and watching TV, no school... But soon Christie's room gets haunted by ghosts and vampires, and then she finds out that she was born in a graveyard! Whatever could be worse!?

Coral xxxxx

by Coral Circus Sky at 9:52 am Thu 5 Jul 2018 | Likes: 4

I really hope a character named Petunia Gardens :)

by Golden Cynthia Sky at 9:52 am Thu 5 Jul 2018 | Likes: 0

A sequel to Clover Moon would be amazing!

by Jasmine Sparkling Kingfisher at 9:52 am Thu 5 Jul 2018 | Likes: 0

I would like it if Jacky wrote a book that talked about a different time in history.:)

by Ellie Moonlight Garden at 8:38 am Wed 4 Jul 2018 | Likes: 1

I would have really liked if Jacqueline made a book for a grandma that seems pretty shy but in secret, she is a gangster. :)

by Jacky Dinosaur Summer at 11:12 am Mon 2 Jul 2018 | Likes: 2

I really hope Jacqueline makes a character named Sky Salina

by Golden Cynthia Sky at 11:11 am Mon 2 Jul 2018 | Likes: 1

You should write a follow-on from Queenie!:):

by Verity Rabbit Treasure at 11:03 am Mon 2 Jul 2018 | Likes: 3

11 year old girl who is secretly a superhero!

by Lady Cherry Swift at 9:15 am Fri 29 Jun 2018 | Likes: 1

so agree with glitzy rabbit kitten
should find out what happens to tilly's mum's baby!

by Lady Cherry Swift at 9:15 am Fri 29 Jun 2018 | Likes: 3

Some kids with gay parents, like Sophia said. That's a great idea.

by Ellie Apple Diamond at 12:33 pm Tue 29 May 2018 | Likes: 1

i think there should be a book about 11 year old girl who gets orphaned and she lives in the country side in a big house so she tries to hide there for a while but then she meets someone who makes her change her mind and goes to a really nice foster family. her name would be Amber and would be really good at art

by Jodie Orange Starburst at 12:32 pm Tue 29 May 2018 | Likes: 1

maybe, the main character could be lesbian/gay, but in secret. it could be set in the Victorian times!

by Scarlet Cherry Torch at 12:27 pm Tue 29 May 2018 | Likes: 0

i think thre should be oneabout three girl friend ships an one, the main person gets left out

by Jasmine Cherry Snowflake at 12:25 pm Tue 29 May 2018 | Likes: 0

i was thinking that some thing food related like a story about a girl in Asia who's family have very little food
so it would be sad but in he end they could got to Australia and live happy lives
for the last chapter it could be her as a 20 year old living in Australia and how her family is happy

by Lavender Breezy Microscope at 12:24 pm Tue 29 May 2018 | Likes: 1

Something crazy, adventure-full, dramatic, sad/depressing, funny-ness, and happiness all squished together in one book would be really awesome

by Beauty Fashion Fruit at 9:43 am Tue 22 May 2018 | Likes: 2

I'd like a book about a girl and her gay parents or a girl finding out shes gay because my parents are gay and i've never read a book about stuff like that

by Sophia Snazzy Bunny at 9:43 am Tue 22 May 2018 | Likes: 2

I think there should be a rent a bridesmaid part two !

by Glitzy Rabbit Kitten at 9:42 am Tue 22 May 2018 | Likes: 3

Time travel?:-?

by Coral Balloon Zebra at 9:41 am Tue 22 May 2018 | Likes: 2

It could be about ruby and garnet. like it could say at the beginning that they drifted apart but both got their dream jobs and one day they both fall in love with the sam man (or so they think) and they go through an intense journey but at the end they found out that the man was actually two very distant lookalike cousins and ruby and garnet fell for different ones. at the end they make-up and write a book about their life cuz their both famous or something. No hate plz x

by Pixie Apple Lipstick at 5:14 pm Mon 21 May 2018 | Likes: 4

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