Anyone have crazy enough dreams and write a book or short story out of them?

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  1. StaceytheWanderer profile image78
    StaceytheWandererposted 2 years ago

    Anyone have crazy enough dreams and write a book or short story out of them?

    I've had terrifying nightmares that may be interesting to some. I've also had romantic dreams. Once I had a sort of sci fi Christian dream, if that makes sense.

  2. tamarawilhite profile image90
    tamarawilhiteposted 2 years ago

    I've had nightmares that turned into stories. My Hub "Out of Dust" is based on one.

  3. nochance profile image93
    nochanceposted 2 years ago

    I wrote almost an entire book series on a dream I had in high school. I created about 40 characters and several planets. I'm still working on it. Not sure if I'll ever publish it, but it definitely helped me work through some stuff to write it. Some of my most favorite scenes have come from dreams that I've had.

    You never know if someone will like something until you write it and publish it.

  4. ptosis profile image72
    ptosisposted 2 years ago

    This would make a great Evil Mad scientist sci-fi movie if I could just tap a USB into brain while dreaming and just upload onto YOUTUBE.

    Giant circulating tower sort of like a rotating restaurant in Honolulu except much MUCH larger, huge, astronomically huge like would not be able to make in Earth gravity but somehow it is like the Seattle Tower but with huge rotating thing and the top rotating.

    It was an astronomy thing but instead of simply observing – it could change things ( beta stage). All the guys were old – and nice but the one young guy was mean but very very smart. At first I was there as a noob and he wouldn't teach me anything. I felt if I had one of the old guys as a mentor I would've got along better in the company. But then I reveal that I am a head hunter for a university and want this guy to leave this huge expensive place to go to a university. Which of course does not have a budget for the monstrosity that the rotating tower was . The floor was grate and if anything was dropped would fall many stories to the ground but the main office of this rotating tower with big ear was over the generators so if anything fell through the grate if would only fall 20 feet to the tops of the generator.,


    Evil Black Planet ???rotating the moon – no that wouldn't make sense - an ordinary person could see that with unaided eyes. A very TINY TINY TINY TINY – but dense obviously little speck. They were measuring the gravitational effects of this dense speck and were searching for it. ???? Perhaps a “piece” of a black hole ??????? a little piece. So this speck with a gravitational effects of a planet is somewhere within our solar system (??? around the moon? But very close - In between the moon and the earth. But so freaking small – we cat see it.

    “Looking for a zero luminosity object”

    Well it was found, and in the dream could be maneuvered. BUT each and every time was manipulated – even slightly – the whole sense of reality changed. Everybody thought that this was as it always was - like that episode of New Star trek where the enterprise was a war machine and not a discovery machine and the lady with the PSI just had a “feeling” that things are not what they should be.

    In the end, the young man had slithering dragons of weasel size following him as he walked alone in the bleak landscape of what was once earth is now a black and read hell of destruction. - (posted on Dream Moods.com for me to remember)

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    Cissy1946posted 2 years ago

    Yes, I've had a number of dreams that could turn into stories but the only one that I've actually turned into a story is my "Sanity and a Bar of Soap". The ones that are remembered are usually the scary dreams, even if they aren't nightmares they're scary. What I'd really like to remember are the ones that make me laugh. I know they exist because I wake up laughing, sometimes so hard I'm crying. Years ago I kept a pad and pencil beside my bed to write down notes about my dreams but since I've turned into a lazy slug I don't do that anymore. I just stay away from salt bottles...

  6. Diana Lee profile image81
    Diana Leeposted 2 years ago

    I've had crazy enough dreams to try to make meaning of them. I've written hubs on dream interpretation and I included my own dreams with what I thought they meant. I also keep a dream journal for my own benefit, if for no more than refreshing my memory.
    http://hubpages.com/health/Weird-Dreams … or-Warning
    http://hubpages.com/religion-philosophy … ND-A-DREAM

 
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