So, I have heard time and time again "Young writers never make it anywhere because they haven't had life experiences" or something of the sort. Now, I am not here to rile people up about young writers, but to rather ask for help, to learn from your experience. Here goes my pitch. A man drinks alone at a bar. The story is taking place on the anniversary of when his wife leaves him. He goes on a series of flashbacks, telling a story of love found, lost, and ultimately given up on. After his flashback, he awakes in his room, in his drunken dream world he somehow makes it home. The next day, he finishes the touch ups on his novel, which is the exact story he went on a flashback of, publishing it in hope that his wife sees it. What do you think? Any advice would be appreciated!