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Posted: 3/27/2015 1:35 PM PST
Hi, Stu

  Look around.  Check out the news and see what's shaking the world up just now.  Since you have several races of alien, the idea of racial tension (and an opportunity to slyly reflect a bit on Earth culture), may be just the thing.

  What I think is important is this: whatever you choose for your characters to do, make the reasons simple enough, and as much like "normal" human interactions as you can so your readers will be able to identify.

  A common goal for all the races might also be a great place to start.  Perhaps a rogue sun is headed toward the political and financial center of a many-world civilization, and one small object, spoken of only in whispers on a remote, and savage planet, might be the one thing that can turn away violent death.

  It has been noted that there aren't a lot of new ideas floating around, these days.  That said, there are a million ways to dress an old idea and make it new again.

Good luck!

-r
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Posted: 3/22/2014 12:42 AM PST
Maybe you could have something happen where it forces all the different kinds of alien races to live on one planet, it would create a lot of conflict but also make it more interesting since they all now have to adapt to each other and survive the new threat or just fight against each other and kill off all the races. Plus with having to create the threat, you can have the story go in so many different directions that it would be more fun to write and a lot of fun for the reader to get into.

You're welcome for the help, happy writing!

LostClan_Leader
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Posted: 12/30/2013 2:53 PM PST
Hi all..
New to this site..

Ive been writing my first book as a hobby for last couple of years on and off.. and actually built quite a good story line.  I have read to my children as dont have the knowledge to get it published! 

Anyway.. My prob is... I have built up a story, characters etc.. and now, dont know where to go with the story! and its frustrating me! 

The story is very fantasy orientated about aliens from many different planets.  I have described how each alien being lives on its planet etc.. and there is a hard storyline to it but now duno where to go with it!

Anyone done this before or have ideas to get my story moving again..

Thanks in advance
Stu
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