Brainstorming—

Well, first I liked the idea of a conflictive memory, false memory… [still like it]

Then I thought about horses. [still like it]

After that, I went to see Titanic in the theatre for the first time–literally–and got back into my childhood research (I was fascinated by the sinking long before the movie was a published thought). So I thought about a descendent of a survivor and somehow playing that out, but worried it’d get cheesy. [but still like it]

NOW I’m thinking about creating a character who is a ghostwriter. First I was trying to tie the ghostwriter in with the Titanic story–like maybe the character decided to write books/papers behind the scenes–but I’m starting to lean away from that.

I’m thinking the ghostwriter and false memory idea might do nicely. Bring in the horses. It might even be poetic.

That’s the goal, anyway.

Stay tuned.

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About mckenzielynntozan

McKenzie Lynn Tozan lives and writes in Indiana, where she works as a virtual assistant, editor, and freelance writer via her self-started business, MLT Creative. She received her MFA in Poetry from Western Michigan University, where she worked as the Layout and Design Editor for New Issues Poetry and Prose and as an Assistant Poetry Editor for Third Coast. She previously completed her B.S. in Secondary English Education and B.A. in English, with a Concentration in Writing, at Indiana University South Bend, where she worked as the Managing Editor for 42 Miles Press. Her poems have appeared in Rogue Agent, Whale Road Review, the James Franco Review, Emerge Literary Journal, Encore Magazine, Thank You for Swallowing, The Spooklet, Sleet Magazine, and Analecta, among others; and her book reviews and essays have appeared on The Rumpus and Motherly. When not writing, she enjoys art and music, and the simple mathematics of being a wife of one, a mama of two, and a cat-mom of three. For more, visit www.mckenzielynntozan.com. View all posts by mckenzielynntozan

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