Just saw a TV spot for a new NBC show called BLINDSPOT. The show is about a mysterious naked woman who was found in the middle of Time Square (I think) and had names tattooed on body. The names are pretty much related to crimes waiting to be solved. Five years ago, I wrote a book where names were being revealed to an FBI agent to investigate. Every name revealed was also attached to a crime. All names investigated led to an arrest of some sort. While the premise for this TV show and my book are different, it suddenly made me realized that us writers with creative minds share a lot in common. When I find situations like this, it always makes me want reevaluate my current works and find an unmatched uniqueness for them. Anyone else feels like they've "seen" their work somewhere else? How original is your story? In order words, are you taking old ideas and adding a few turns here and there to make them "unique" and "original"?