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Jacqueline could write a book about a girl who runs away from home and then sends a message to her favroute sister to come and live in the forest with her and then told the girl (she sent the letter to) that she was adopted and the reason why she sent her to the woods is to go and find her true parents!!!!!
Hope you like the idea guys!!
Bella Echo Meadowlark
P.S ( LIKE if you like the idea!!):)

by Bella Echo Meadowlark at 7:28 pm Thu 26 Mar 2020 | Likes: 27

in April i am allowed to post another story i do really hope this one goes in the PL!:):):)
If it does it is called Dissapear......:-D:-D

by Bella Echo Meadowlark at 3:49 pm Sat 21 Mar 2020 | Likes: 9

I think JW could write a book about a girl who goes to a fortune teller but doesn't believe anything she hears. A few days later, it all starts to happen and she does not know what to do! Please like if you agree!:-D

by Stormy Orange Smarties at 12:48 pm Mon 16 Mar 2020 | Likes: 18

Hi guys!
I haven't been on for a while so to remind you... It is Riley Harmony Swirls!!!! I actually just read one of the most amazing books (But not better then any of Jackie's!) It is a graphic novel (Comic) and it is called roller girl. I'll tell you about it in 'Further reading suggestions!'
But my idea is that Jackie could do a graphic novel!!!!!
AM I RIGHT???!!!
See ya soon,
Riley xx

by Riley Harmony Swirls at 12:42 pm Mon 16 Mar 2020 | Likes: 11

More LGBTQ stories like Love Frankie please!

by India Crystal Lolly at 12:41 pm Mon 16 Mar 2020 | Likes: 9

Maybe Jacqueline Wilson should write a story from a villains point of view?

by Alexandra Rainbow Bunny at 12:41 pm Mon 16 Mar 2020 | Likes: 15

What about a horror story?
Or a story about a wannabe author?

by Ivy Glitter Chocolates at 9:40 am Thu 12 Mar 2020 | Likes: 12

Maybe Jacqueline Wilson can write about the girls living in Asian countries like India . I have read that they face a lot of problems but they always smile and face it .

by Sophia Crystal Hawk at 9:38 am Thu 12 Mar 2020 | Likes: 17

To Bella Apple Treasure
that message was very kind about my idea for a story!!!
Bella Echo Meadowlark
P.s i am writing a story like that but it is not on story land though
it is in a book i made!!!! i am nearly done!!! in the whole book there is 58
pages altogether (i counted them!)

by Bella Echo Meadowlark at 4:36 pm Wed 11 Mar 2020 | Likes: 14

I think a part 2 of rose rivers...... I'm dying to see what happens to rose at school! like if u agree:)

by Molly Circus Bubble at 10:58 am Wed 11 Mar 2020 | Likes: 13

ditzy apple telescope,
that is exactly like me and my best friend

by Molly Circus Bubble at 10:58 am Wed 11 Mar 2020 | Likes: 5

A book where a group of five girls share a magical secret.

by Rosaline Crystal Garden at 7:49 am Wed 11 Mar 2020 | Likes: 8

I’m writing about a book about a girl who lives in Dunbar and is obsessed with the ocean and she lives with her older sister there parents had died from influenza. Her name is lottie and her sister doesn’t like lottie being near the sea and has banned her but she keeps going.When She Meets Her First ever friend John Mccalistre Who’s 18 (The story’s Based in the 1939) Who wants to join the war to fight for king and country. Then a few months later She finds out he’s dead.Then when a tragic accident occurs with lottie involved will her sister tell her what really happened at the harbou

by Arista Purple at 11:23 am Tue 10 Mar 2020 | Likes: 13

She should continue Dancing The Charleston

what would mona do after she new her secret

Like if u like this idea

by Scarlet Orange Nightingale at 11:23 am Tue 10 Mar 2020 | Likes: 15

She should write about twins who were separated at birth and they set sail overseas to find each other and if you see this Jaqueline can you please mention me in the book and other girls who thought of the idea as well thank you

from Delilah Bluebell Bunny xxxx (please leave a like if you agree with my idea):):-D

by Delilah Bluebell Bunny at 11:21 am Tue 10 Mar 2020 | Likes: 9

thank you if your about to like

by Delilah Bluebell Bunny at 11:21 am Tue 10 Mar 2020 | Likes: 5

I think JW should do a sequel to Opal Plumstead.

by Lavender Kaleidoscope Buttercup at 11:21 am Tue 10 Mar 2020 | Likes: 6

by Vita Rainbow Feather at 11:18 am Tue 10 Mar 2020 | Likes: 3

maybe she could do a book about 2 sisters with 2 different personalities who always argue because they want to do totally different things:
football and dancing

by Ditzy Apple Telescope at 4:14 pm Mon 9 Mar 2020 | Likes: 9

Jacky should write about twins who live in a magic boarding school!

by Verity Glitter Daffodil at 4:12 pm Mon 9 Mar 2020 | Likes: 6

Emerald Moonlight Wobbling,
I definately agree Jacqueline should do a sequel to Best Friends, maybe from Alice's point of view! I would love to read that!
Tiggy :-D

by Verity Tiger Biscuits at 4:07 pm Mon 9 Mar 2020 | Likes: 7

ABF I love that idea! It's so cool and I would love to see a story about it!

by Mystic Fashion Horse at 4:06 pm Mon 9 Mar 2020 | Likes: 3

Jacqueline should write a book about two twins who were split up at birth, i would like reading a book like that!

by Alexandra Breezy Feather at 11:49 am Fri 6 Mar 2020 | Likes: 6

Hi there

I’m new to this
Though I have a good idea for a story
You should write about a girl with a lost twin and she goes on a mission to find her twin

Thanks like if you like this idea;-):):):)

by Ellie Balloon Nightingale at 11:43 am Fri 6 Mar 2020 | Likes: 9

My idea...
It's about 2 friends who fall out and their parents still think they are friends so they put on an act. Secretly the parents know about it and are trying to make them best friends for life. :)

by Mystic Fashion Horse at 4:14 pm Wed 4 Mar 2020 | Likes: 9

I would also like to read about people from different backgrounds because I don't really see that in books a lot. I think that it would be very interesting to see how people experience different cultures to your/our own.

by Mystic Fashion Horse at 4:14 pm Wed 4 Mar 2020 | Likes: 6

Maybe Jacqueline Wilson could do a story about a girl with autism. I have a friend who has autism, and she does the most wonderful drawings!

by Winifred Party Tickles at 9:54 am Mon 2 Mar 2020 | Likes: 15

I think Jacky should rite a sequel to the illustrated mum - I want to know what happens to Marigold... The illustrated mum is my favorite Jacky book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

by Golden Bluebell Torch at 9:51 am Mon 2 Mar 2020 | Likes: 7

Everyone who liked my last message: Thankyou!

I told you I would post up a note so here it is! I WOULD LOVE Jacky to write a story about a girl who is poor but then becomes gradually famous for being a Pop Star!

Please like if you agree!!!

Lots of friendship if you liked my last post, Bella Balloon Microscope xxx

by Bella Balloon Microscope at 5:21 pm Fri 28 Feb 2020 | Likes: 18

Hello peeps,
I think Jacky should make another friendship story or a sequel to Rent a Bridesmaid or a sequel to Best Friends. Like if u agree:)

by Emerald Moonlight Wobbling at 5:21 pm Fri 28 Feb 2020 | Likes: 16

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