It’s past time I was getting organized for this year’s National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo)… and I’ve not done a bit of planning. I’ve been working so hard at trying to make life in general better, that right now I just can’t imagine expending the huge effort NaNoWriMo took last year. I am not feeling at all inspired. So I started brainstorming with me, myself, and I by looking at pictures, and doing Internet searches of phrases, hoping something would make me think, “What if…?”
What if? Is a game I like to play, when I can find a free-thinking person. The rules? Take an outlandish notion and say “What if…?” relating to part of that crazy concept, as if it were actually possible. Then just keep it going farther down those whimsical trails.
Yes, the online images combined with “What if?” did give me a couple of ideas, but they aren’t suitable for a novel. So I’m going to use them to lure you into the game. All of you are free-thinkers, with creativity of one kind or another in your souls. So let’s play “What if?” right here in the comments. I’ll start:
What if when the world was created, God had been a small child blowing bubbles, and the bubbles became planets. The people of earth could traverse their planet by riding on bubbles.
What sort of what if can you add to that? Come on – I know you’ve thought of something. Leave a comment and let me know.