My problem isn't that I haven't got anything to write, rather it's the opposite. I currently have more than thirty book ideas and, though I'm a young man with no children or other job to hold me back, I'd like some thoughts on some of them so I can get a better idea in my head about how much excitement and material I have for them all, so I can focus more on my current (a science fantasy novel) etc. projects. Here goes: 1. A run-of-the-mill, but stereotypical, Irishman with a normal life gets it turned upside down when he steps out from the men's room in a Dublin pub and finds his world transformed into ... JOKES! There's Baboom, the baboon living in a mine field; Fsh, the fish with no "i"s; Billy the chemists' son, who killed his parents because he confused H2O and H2SO4; Seven, who "eight nine"; and many more. He has to come to terms with his new life, befriends Billy, who teaches him about the world, does his custom "bucket list" which every "joke" (the citizens of "the Joke World") have to complete to get to Heaven when they die, and eventually gets stuck in some sort of limbo between life and death unable to get to the afterlife and has to find a way to get through, only causing him to, through working together with Billy and his newfound (and very real) girlfriend Rosie Palms, ends up at the end reunited with his wife back in Dublin. 2. Sue (the MC) and Simon, both extremely shy, go to the same school and are secretly in love with one another. Before Simon realises this, however, he is still in a relationship with another girl. Simon eventually musters up his courage, breaks up with his girlfriend, and tries to find himself among his many problems in life. His girlfriend does not take the break well and ends up causing her brother's death in frustration, while both Sue and Simon independently end up preparing to commit suicide. Miraculously, though, the two decided on the same street on the same Sunday morning to kill themselves and see eachother across the street on the building opposite them. They start screaming to eachother, so that the other can hear, and figure out eachother's reason for being there, and decide instead to not commit suicide after all and meet eachother on the street below instead, and become girlfriend and boyfriend. Happily ever after. No, seriously. 3. A man (the MC) and a woman end up trapped in a house together during a devastating war. This might have been a somewhat good thing as they are agewise and romantically compatible, however they both have undying love for their partners, who are elsewhere, or may be dead for all they know. Dealing with the uncertainty is hard for them both, and as suspicion grows and the weather turns on them, they have to work together to find out what exactly has been happening right outside their doorstep ... 4. Invimmal "Invi" Game is a young woman in a large futuristic city on the northeastern American seaboard and has the magical ability to tell almost anything about anyone. Upon spotting any random person on the street she can tell their age and the age of all of their parents and siblings, whether or not they're left-handed, which countries they've been to and what their favourite colour is. One day, though, a sinister-looking woman she didn't recognise walked into a restaurant she was happening to eat at, and for the first time in her life, Invi didn't "flash". Following clues, Invi attempts to find out about this woman, track her down, and confront her, but things don't turn out to be quite the way Invi thought they would ... 5. The League of Redundant Superheroes is the larger, but not as famous, group of superheroes in the world. You all know Superman, the Flash, the Hulk, Spider-Man and those guys, but what about Bag-Dad the Iraqi father of three who can turn himself instantly into a sleeping bag at will? What about Ball Boy, the boy who's a superhumanly excellent tennis ball boy? Or Mariella the Instant Dance Instructor, who can teach anyone even the most elaborate dance routine instantly? When these and the rest of the League discover that none of the "mainstream" superheroes are bothering to put an end to "Aaron the Aardvark"'s (actually a man, and not named Aaron), the (super)villain, schemes, they have to try to stop him themselves. Devising a team comprising superheroes like Konrad the Wreckmeister (a German man with the ability to turn himself into a wrecking ball), Mister Middlesex (an Englishman with the ability to change his sex at will), Interbellum Man (able to go back in time, but only to the interwar period between the two world wars) and Puking4U Kid (can choose to vomit on the behalf of others, so they don't have to) they plan a mission to stop Aaron's master plan of becoming the first entry in every print dictionary and encyclopaedia in the Anglosphere!