A girl finds a old cool looking book it is blank except a verse on the inside cover basically saying that anything written in the book will come to be… She will eventually learn after using a while that nothing that she has written can be erased or edited in any way
So all wishes are final

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  1. so she can’t erase or edit a wish, but could she in effect cancel out one wish with an opposite wish? Like reversing a wish to be taller with a later wish to be shorter?

    How would the character discover the power of this book, I can’t imagine them believing the verse, so what would they write first that would make them come to the realization? Perhaps they write their diet plans for the summer in it, losing weight instantly? Do they draw a caricature of a bully to see them transform into it?

    The conflict then with this sort of set up is either
    1) something gets written by the protagonist or someone else that they need or want to reverse but then learn they can’t (either someone gets to much of a good thing, some has remorse over a mean wish etc.)
    2) The wishes are never fulfilled exactly as intended by the book, perhaps it takes all that is written to literally, or fulfills the wording of a wish but not in the spirit of what the writer intended
    3) a misspelling results in either the wrong person being effected or the wrong effect
    4) Something was written in fun with the thought it could be erased for the protagonist to only realize later the rules pertaining to editing and cancelling a wish
    5) any of the above with the issue of if they do figure out a way to reverse wishes their is a very limited, perhaps to limited amount of space on the remaining pages to reverse everything or at least be selective in what is reversed.

    I could see a joker at some point figuring out one way around these rules if they have the intelligence to use disappearing ink, depending on whether you want to make it so that potential avenue would or wouldn’t work in this case.

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