1 December 2016

6 Easy ways to re-use your story ideas

If you believe all my published stories, I’ve done everything from stitching on a shirt button to jumping off a cliff while tied to another human being. I may not have been born with such a multitude of talents as hitting the bull’s-eye on a dart board, winning swimming competitions, and staging children’s theatre, but I have been blessed with a quirky imagination and a flair for language. These I’ve put to good use by reusing one idea to create many different stories. Call it recycling, re-purposing, re-packaging or re-working, here’s how you can take just one premise and turn it into a folder-full...

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