I've been guilty of saying that each and every one of us has a story to tell.
This idea that there's only one idea is just plain wrong. I admit that. I wasn't thinking.
If you only have one great story idea, bordering on the awesome, then of course you won't want to share it with anyone. I mean, what if someone - heaven forbid - steals it?
Worse, if it's the only story idea you have, and it doesn't work i.e., no one buys your book, then what?
The truth is, you have lots of stories to tell. Dozens, if not hundreds. If not thousands. Go write those. Some will fail miserably, and others will be awesome. The challenge is, we don't know which story will resonate. Writing, or any creative process, comes with no guarantees. The only way to know if something resonates with readers is to write it, publish it, and learn from the feedback.
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