Okay so I've always been a bit over-imaginitive, if that's possible. I have quite a few ideas, but they're all so very different that I can't possibly incorporate them together into one main project. Right now I have quite a few character ideas, and I really don't want to write a million different stories at one time, because I obviously only want to focus my attention on one "project". But I have two issues with that: One is that my characters and their surroundings are so different that they simply can't interact with each other in one story, and two, I like to be in a certain "mood" when writing certain characters and stories, and these characters are so different that I wouldn't be able to get in the right mindset. I was wondering if you experience these same issues, and maybe if you had any advice for making characters work together. If not, could anyone maybe steer me in the right direction, as to what you'd personally be more interested in reading about? The ideas and random characters are as follows: -A mysterious boy with Marxist ideals, and a naive girl he meets and wants to educate, all in the midst of World War II. -A 19th century English death-obsessed undertaker who takes his job too seriously and lets it interfere with his personal life. -A vicious, thuggish young boy whose violent escapades are videotaped and broadcasted on the internet, turning him into a pop culture icon among college students who don't realise how real the violence actually is. ..So I guess that's not too many ideas, but there is no possible way I can incorporate these together. So which idea sounds the most appealing?