Thank you to all of those who have read and reviewed Circle Park so far for me. I'm having such a fun time writing it and I hope that's evident when you read it. I like the fact that I'm writing something different than most of my other stories and I'm excited to see what everyone thinks of it as the rest of the story begins to unfold.
When I'm writing, in the back of my head, I am always toying around with ideas for my next new story. And especially lately, I have three or four ideas tumbling about inside my mind. One idea in my head that refuses to go away is so clichéd and yet, I love it. I have a weak spot in my heart for clichéd stories. I'm not sure if I'll ever write this but I have to get the idea down on paper and see if anyone is interested in reading it.
Brett Dawson could get any girl he wanted and yet, he seems to be completely uninterested in those throwing themselves at him. Instead, he seems to be focused on none other than the quiet, bookworm, Ella Scott, who also just happens to be Brett's best friend's younger sister.
I know. I know. Not only is it about the popular guy falling for the shy girl but it's about the guy falling for his best friend's sister. I don't know why I feel compelled to write this but the idea is just in there and it refuses, absolutely refuses, to leave my mind. Please tell me what you think of it. This might be one of those stories I write for myself that will never see the light of day. I'm not sure yet. First things first however. I must continue to work on Circle Park and am in fact working on chapter three, which will hopefully be posted sometime tonight or early tomorrow morning.