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Plot Bunny Problems When Dreams Don't Stay Dreams

Have you ever slept, dreamt and then thought what a perfectly good story that would make?

Yeah, I have those. However, here's my problem. They don't usually remain as dreams for very long because the moment I realise that I'm not dead in the living world, I tumble out of bed, hit three things in the dark, scramble for paper and ink to write everything down usually for a few hours while the details are still fresh as I toe the line of lalaland to recall every single thing.

Today, this is my rant about having too many good dreams. Enjoy!

Patreons to credit: -This could be you. Join now.-

Rant #1: No Bunny Left Behind

Have you ever spotted an abandoned kitten in a carboard box on a rainy day and just couldn't leave it there? Exactly. The "No bunny left behind" policy is exactly the same. As long as I recal the dream and make it back to the real world, I will write every singly bunny down.

Of course, there are several species of bunnies that I also include outside of the dream bunnies. The depression bunny, the stress bunny, the no-brainer bunny, the showering thoughts bunny and even the just-before-bedtime hype bunny. I don't discriminate.

Rant #2: No Bunny Adopted

As the list of plot bunnies multiply faster than I can work on them, I've put up an adoption policy for anyone with no good ideas for a book. I assure you that all my bunnies are top of their pedigree in shit-posting. However, to date, no bunny has been adopted by anyone. I'm a little sad, and my bunny house is still expanding. If you'd like to take a quick peek, here are all my bunnies!

If you're thinking of adopting one of my bunnies, here is what you have to do:

  1. Look for me and inform me which bunny you're adopting.

  2. Write the work and decide the title by yourself without my help.

  3. Send me the link when it is published.

No, you do not need to credit me for the idea. It's free.

Rant #3: Bad Friend Influence

On the very rare occasion, the bunny house will remain completely quiet, but some very questionable friends would tempt me into expanding them. This phenomenon is also known as the "writer's spark" when a group of crazy and exhausted writers come out of their caves and gather online to talk. Eventually, the vortex of creative energy would condense into one singular brilliant but troublesome plot bunny that enters that bunny house.

I can safely say that the number of these bunnies will only increase over the years, never to be adopted. Ever. Such irresponsible bunny parents. Tsk.

In conclusion...

Bunnies might be great and adorable pets, but they are high maintenance. Not to mention, they multiply quicker than you can say "abracadabra". If you have more than one, you'll likely end up with a hundred without proper management. That said, please adopt some of my cute plot bunnies!

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