Brainstorming Toolbox

Hello everyone!

Thank you for inviting me to be a blogger.

My name is Bonnie Gill. I write humorous paranormal romance and urban fantasy. I’m so excited to be a Soulmate author.

I decided to try video blogging for my first blog. It’s called Bonnie’s Writer’s toolbox for brainstorming. Watch below.Writer's Toolbox (1)

Click on the link to watch the video.

Bonnie’s Writer’s Toolbox

There are so many different ways to brainstorm. I came up with my idea for my story TEMPTING THE LIGHT by watching a television show on the Jersey Devil. My writer brain took over and spun the idea. What would happen if my heroine changed into the Jersey Devil?

The next night my boyfriend was watching the movie Tommy Boy. The writer brain took over again. I can’t tell you how the two ideas merged because that would give spoilers away 🙂

TemptingTheLight (lrg)

Bad luck magnet Abby Fitzpatrick gets fired, catches her boyfriend cheating with a mime, and is cursed by an evil genie who pops out of a tampon box. She’s bound and determined to remove the spell, and as fate would have it, the hottest guy she’s ever met is out to kill her.

River Stone, a Cryptid hunter for Legends and Myths Police Squad (L.A.M.P.S.), poses as sheriff for Abby’s hometown of Haber Cove, New Jersey. He’s out to find and capture a man-eating gnome and bag the legendary Jersey Devil monster. Little does he realize, the woman who catches his heart is the same creature that he was sent to destroy.

Tempting the Light is the first completed novel in the L.A.M.P.S. series that features hunky secret agents who find true love while hunting and slaying dangerous Cryptids.

Here is the pre-order link.

Tempting The Light

What are your favorite brainstorming tools?

Thanks so reading my post. I look forward to being a SMP blogger.

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8 Responses to Brainstorming Toolbox

  1. Loved the video blog. 🙂

  2. Great idea for a blog!

  3. Love the video blog. And I love the premise of your series!

  4. Great video, Bonnie! My favorite brainstorming tool is talking plot bunnies over with my crtitique partner. Hearing her voice helps me keep my story in line. 🙂
    Also, like you, I love my longhand journal. I interview my characters there!

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