Hi, I'm Schilcote (whoever leaves out the c will be flamed). I have really good ideas in my head, but I can't write them. When I'm bored I'll daydream, and create very epic scenes of fiction, but if I try to write anything down, it comes out like a technical manual (my brain works like a computer, because of my childhood, and that might have something to do with it). I probably have 25% of a book in my daydreams, but I just can't get them on paper. I'll try to describe the most powerful scene I've imagined. An unspecified ailen force is attacking earth, and the main character, a super-powerful millitary robot built by the elder race, is trying to save the earth. The ailen force is too strong, and he is too damaged to fight on. In a last act of self-sacrifice, he throws open his reactor door, letting out an enormous torrent of quantum energy, which brings all the machines on earth to life, to do the deed that all machines are driven to do, protect and serve their creators. Commadore 64s and Amigas and Formula-1 racecars and airplanes and trucks and tanks and toys all join to create a massive army, and strike down the attacking ailens. How should I make my passages less dry?