Sell Book IdeasSelling book ideas
Anyplace I can sell my stories? Write: Write
Let us unwrap the value of an ideas. Aside from what has been said about authors who have a flood of ideas, anything you have written about a prompting or even therapy is very different from what someone else could invent. One and the same prompt/idea could produce two different but equivalent works.
In addition, some of them are (etc.) re-narrations of the same ideas. There is nothing one-of-a-kind about an invention that you could sell to someone who would give it the value that comes with exclusiveness. A reusable concept means that an author has no interest in payment for the right to use it only.
Since ideas are not exclusively for a single entity, they cannot be protected by copyrights. They are not valuable enough to afford without this intellectual property right. The implementation of a plan, on the other side, is exclusively and therefore has a value. The implementation of ideas is protected by copyrights. I am fortunate to be talking about my homicide secret that involves a spirit who can't recall who murdered her and who wants to know so that she can be alone, because you could author twenty different volumes with this approach and none of them would be the one I am in.
All of your work is copyrighted for you; my work is copyrighted for me, the concept is the same, AND we all have the opportunity to use it. You could launch a tendency (or fight over a flood of spooky tales, but that happens with big trends). Its true value - for editors, audiences, studios or others (such as ghostwriters) - lies in your storytelling and literacy skills.
It could be a bad lying-a great novelist can bring the worse premises to life. There is an industy that says that the least expensive way for someone to make a book is to get the book owner to do it. Authors like James Patterson cultivate out their writings to others (Patterson has my regards for this because he tends to go to the authors who show promise, but need a foot up in the industry), but that's because you've shown talents in typing, rather than your ideas.