NOVELS I'D LIKE TO READ THAT DON'T YET EXIST

Thanks for the list request, @ChrisK! I'll probably end up writing some of these so dibs on these ideas.
  1. A fictionalisation of my life in which I end up marrying my celebrity crush and have to navigate my way around Hollywood and step children and all that stuff
  2. A fictionalisation of my life in which I was right all along about having a long lost sister out there
  3. An epistolary novel based largely on a friendship between a younger female writer and an older female writer and the man who links them
  4. A book that mixes French and English the way Junot Diaz does with Spanish and English
  5. A novel of social commentary (but also gorgeous writing and cracking plot) based on an alternate history in which America never fought the UK for independence and was still a colony, set in the present
  6. A novel of social commentary (but also gorgeous writing and cracking plot) based on the notion that Thatcher didn't win in 1979.
  7. A novel about a committed, pro-life (but non crazy) Christian who is nonetheless a Democrat and how she navigates working for a primary campaign given all that
  8. An interconnected collection of short stories of "DC people"
    Lobbyists, yes, and politicians, but also the literary crowd, the students,the theatre people, the yummy mummies.
  9. A novel of people who meet when they are stuck at an airport after the Eyjafjallajökull eruption.
  10. A novel of people who meet lining the route for the procession Margaret Thatcher's funeral.
  11. A fictionalisation of why there's no J Street in DC
    Obviously there would need to be jealousy and spurned love involved rather than a load of architectural history because no offence to the architects among us but yawn.