This year, we're going to go through my latest full-length novel, Pianissimo.
And on the fifteenth day, there was O. O is for Originality.
They say every story has been told. I think many people would speculate that to be true. If that's the case, what's the point in writing more stories?
Because no matter what, each writer puts their own spin on the stories.
This could certainly be chalked up to a cliche story of self-discovery. It could be considered just another "if these walls could talk" book. But is it really? Are Corinne, Agnes, and Margaret really just flat, two-dimensional characters? Can you compare Pianissimo to another story line for line?
You could give two writers or even two hundred writers all the same prompt. You would, undoubtedly, receive two hundred different stories.
So perhaps every story has been told, but not all in the same way. Grab a copy of Pianissimo, and see for yourself!