How do you know which ideas are worth spending time on?
"I believe all ideas are worth spending time on, at least initially. You never know what genius brainstorm will evolve out of a not-so-genius idea. That said, I think it's important to know when to let go, too. If something is making me miserable, it's not worth spending time on - at least in its current incarnation." - Elizabeth Miles, author of Fury.
"It’s the ones that make me excited to start working and wake me up in the middle of the night jotting down notes." - Beth Fantaskey, author of Jessica Rules the Dark Side.
"I don't have a ton of writing time, so I tend to work on the ideas that are the most fleshed out (or are due, or highest on the to-do list). I jot down lots of notes on other story ideas so I can come back to them." - Suzanne Lazear, author of Innocent Darkness.
Find out Tuesday what quick and catchy comparison the authors use to describe their books!