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Something crazy, adventure-full, dramatic, sad/depressing, funny-ness, and happiness all squished together in one book would be really awesome
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
I think there should be a rent a bridesmaid part two !
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
Lavender Rainbow Bluebell
that sounds similar to the book about sunset and destiny (I forgot what its called)
but itts a good idea
Rosaline Party Robot
I don't really think its like Jacqueline Wilson to have a big happy ending like that. But that's a really cool idea!
I got it......
There's a girl called Luna Nightwind whom only lives with her mother and her two little sisters, Rosie and Millie. One day Luna gets sent away to a boarding school and she can only see her family in the summer holidays. When it's the Spring term, Luna gets a letter from both Rosie and Millie about their mother. Every Saturday, the milkman comes and Mother invites him for dinner in the whole weekend. Luna doesn't like the sound of that and misses her home terribly. She has no friensds, and they are all mean, so one night she escapes. She brings every single one of her pos
you could write about a missing masterpiece and a group of friends who have to work together to find it, but two of them don't know that the third one actually works for silverlock (the greatest villain in town!) and stole the painting to please him!
Lavender Rainbow Bluebell, good idea! Did your get into the public library??
hi lavender rainbow bluebell
i really like the idea of freaky friday
i think that Jacqueline Wilson should use your idea of freaky friday
Jw should make a diary by a teenager
hey if any one wants a story idea a girl who has a massive crush on some one but when she asks him out she realises that he is a bully. do not forget to look at my books my first is allmost finished thx
it could be a book about a girl who loves her phone and she travels in time to where there is no phones will she every get back to 2018
hi maybe a book about two friends and one moves away and will they ever meet again.
all your ideas are so good
I think there should be a sequel to Rent A Bridesmaid or is that just me
You could write about who's parens are divorced, and they are both about to move. They have one eight year old, Maya, who is lonely and stressed and does not want to have to go between houses every month. Her mum notices she's lonely and decides to get her a dog. Maya is overjoyed, but the day before they move she takes her dog out on a walk, and he runs away chasing a squirrel. They are forced to move without him. In the story, the dog chases them on the long journey across towns, and eventually, they reunite.
-I hope you like my idea!
I have an idea for a book , it is a crazy book and it would take ages to explain but I will be on here every week and tell the people who are interestedabout my book
hi guys , me again, I am thinking of a better book idea I do hope people read this and realise Jackline Wilson was one a normal child AND THEN BECAME A FAMOUS ATHUR because of her amazing imagination , so if you dream big one day you could be the next Jackline Wilson.
always do what YOU love and follow YOUR dreams , not someone elses
I wrote a book and I think you should make it into a book!
a girl called Gabriella and a girl called Jessica. Jessica is a poor girl who wants to be rich and Gabriella is a rich girl who wants a normal life and they meet at the park then the change bodies like FREAKY FRIDAY
Rosaline Party Robot, Thanks for your kind comment!!!
There could be a book about a young girl called Lydia who looks up to a girl called Rose Rivers and she could be on a mission to find her
You can write a story about a girl who loves animals but she has to find a job so she chose a class room assistant but when a class is learning about animals she remembered her childhood and she discovered what she truly loves the most .
I will soon post my new book 'I am Judith' for moderation, so I will probably soon let you know when it might pass and if it's out so you can look out for it
What about a girl who needs a confidence boost and meets some of the ghost of characters with personalities like Jodie from 'My Sister Jodie' , Dixie from 'The Diamond Girls' and Tina from 'The Butterfly Club.
I just got an idea...
this girl lives a wonderful life but when she is in Grade 4 things start to change...
First she moves to another house, though she begs and cries.
Then her parents split up and she moves from house to house.
Then her best friend leaves the country.( she has her email but its not the same)
Then then her favorite place in the whole entire world ( a theme park similar to Ratanga Junction
and Gold Reef City) closes.
It goes on and on but then she tells her mom and dad and they (mom Dad) realize they love each other and just needed a break,
Violet Crystal Nightingale,
That is an AMAZING story, like, AMAZING.
why don't you wright a story like that in storyland.
SHOUT OUT TO VIOLET CRYSTAL NIGHTINGALE!!!!!
I like that, its sweet and would make a really good story.
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