It was a dark and stormy night

For years -- since before there was a steeple in Schenectady, or even a Schenectady, people have been asking writers, Where do you get your ideas? Now, at long last and at considerable personal risk, the answer can be revealed: The primum inter pares source for fiction ideas is a post office box in Schenectady. We send our money in and ideas come back via return mail. It's been that way for generations, but the time has come for a change. . .

The little old lady in Schenectady (no relation to the little old lady from Pasadena) has gone electric, electronic, and on to the Internet. All you have to do is put your cursor over the hot-link and the little old lady from Schenectady will climb to the top of the tallest steeple in the city and cast her collection of baboon knuckle-bones for you, just as she's been doing it for generations of published fiction writers.

Are you ready for some almost-random ideas????
Then roll the bones!!!