So, I have an idea. When I was a little girl, there was this foster mom, an elderly woman who baby sat me and also took care of a foster child. She would tell me that she hates chocolate cake, and I didn't know why. I brought up the idea of this elderly woman adopting her, and then, she died. I never saw the little girl again after the funeral, when I had chocolate cake on my plate, and she told me that she had been beaten by her mom for dropping a piece on the floor, and she made her lick it off the floor. We begin to cry, we attempt to comfort one another, and then I never see her again after the funeral. Now, fifteen years later, it is about my own experience actually becoming emancipated through my school due to abuse from my mother once I turned eighteen, and deciding to go on a road trip to find the foster child I had become friends with. I want to bond with her, ask her how things went for her, because I have to choose between staying at home to make sure my mom doesn't beat my siblings, or reporting them and having them placed in foster care. The story will be immersed; people will not know the reason why chocolate cake is significant until the very end. I don't know how if this is a good pitch or not (It isn't even a pitch yet) and I really just want to know, is it a good idea? And also, what tips do you have? Thank you so much in advance for your help. Take care.