BROOM (The) This is a story about a witches broom with a mind of it’s own (as most brooms do), who gets picked up by mistake by a mundane person who brings it home to use to brush her floors, the broom has other ideas of course. It however does have to deal with a dog who wants to pee on it, and a cat, who thinks it’s funny to chew it’s straw. The Broom also chases burglars, gets rid of arrogant mice and a lord rat, saves the day after an accident by bringing it’s mistress to the hospital when the family’s car isn’t available, then ends up being the guest of honor, all dressed up in it’s finery at a wedding or hand-fasting ceremony.
BOOTS (The) Based on a true story, about a girl, bed bound, due to a death dealing illness, who liked activity, walking, hiking, and climbing, who cannot anymore, who spends time between medications looking at her hiking boots tied by the laces on a hook on the back of her bedroom door, and also spends time looking at the hills outside her window, using them as tools to help her get better as ‘one day I’ll wear those damn boots back up that damn hill’. The mother thinking that the boots reminding her of when she was healthier tidies up the room when the daughter is at treatment, and the daughter is devastated thinking that the boots are gone, but the mother had simply thrown them in the bottom of her wardrobe. The girl explains that they were giving her motivation, and true enough, her health starts to improve, the stronger she gets the more she is determined to get up those damn hills, in those damn boots. Eventually she does just that, and once she comes down the hill, all pink cheeked and happy, she gets oil paints and using the mountains as her muse, paints the boots, coating them in a clear varnish when done, and hangs them where she can see them every single day, as a reminder that when she can set her mind to something, she can do it – now if you want, you can write it another way, even though that’s not what happened, but make the story your own.
BOGEY (The) A creature that all children are warned about, as they are growing up, something that they are afraid off, but as it turns out, it’s misunderstood and is upset when the children can no longer see it as that means that the children are now the Monsters as the Bogey see it.
BOND (The) a dying woman is found by a dragon, who has young with it, the woman begs the Dragon not to kill the child with her, but instead to take it and keep it safe from the people who desire to kill it. The Dragon doesn’t get an opportunity to decline, and is rather annoyed that it’s babies are playing away with the child, and seemingly becoming attached. The dragon lets the child live, but goes off with it’s children back to it’s lair, it feels guilty, thinking about the small defenseless creature, and it doesn’t help that her own little ones are asking questions about it, so she goes back and finds it, just before a troop of killers find the bodies of it’s mother and the dead protectors. The dragon now raises the child with her own, there is a hell of a lot to overcome, but the bond between the two dragon babies and the human is intense.
BAKER (The) A bakery opens in town, no one knows the owner / baker, but everything they get tastes amazing, and they get exactly what they need when they need it. Everyone agrees that the baker is a lovely person, so friendly, helpful and talented. As time goes on, some rather rotten people begin to disappear, and the meat pies become even meatier and tastier if that is at all possible. Red Herrings, Innuendo’s and gossip can run absolute riot in this book.
Now, there you go, another five ideas for you to work through, don’t forget if you do use them, leave a little comment, and mention me someplace okay, see you tomorrow for C (did you ‘C’ what I did there….lol)