I just joined this site like 5 minutes ago so first of all: hello all! I'm a notorious story-starter from Ohio. I never finish anything that's not for class (I'm an anthropology major). But this time, I'm really, really going to try because for once, I actually know the ending! So here's a one sentence summary of my novel idea (bit of a pun there): A young 1-Hour photo clerk deals with her quirky co-workers and their complicated, melodramatic lives as well as their store's first steps into the world of digital photography, and, eventually, her crippling anxiety disorder. Basically, it's going to be her rather sarcastic and hopefully hilarious (when I set my sights, I set them high darn it!) inner commentary on the world around her until she's forced to recognize her complete avoidance of all social situations for what is: agoraphobia. My question is: Does that sound like an actual plot to you? I'm an avoider of conflict in real life and apparently, according to various CW professors, in my writing as well. So I thought I'd get an opinion before I started for once. I'm also concerned it might be cliche, boring, and possible obnoxious so, you know, don't refrain from commenting if you hate the whole idea. Thanks very much!