Wishful Fiction: The act of writing something with the hope of seeing that thing become a reality. It is an activity that stands at the intersection between Vision Boards, Brainstorming, To-Do Listing and either Utopian or Dystopian fiction (depending on the author’s tendency to dwell on best or worst case scenarios). Of course, the wishful part suggests that the fiction focuses on only those things the author wants to see happen. But, fiction is about conflict, and brainstorming is about identifying potential scenarios (both good and bad); so, there will always be representations of potential conflicts within wishful fiction. In other words, bad-conflict may not, necessarily, be an expression of the author’s desire; merely a possible outcome within a given scenario.
Characters: Completely fictitious and listed HERE. Any similarity to people in the real world is either coincidence or a sign. If you see yourself in the blog…and like that fact…make some comments or send an email. We might have something in common.
Authors: Other wishful fiction blogs are encouraged to post their links to this page. I would love to see your vision of the future.