Saturday, May 12, 2007

Want to Help a Writer?

TechBlog | A technology blog with Dwight Silverman: "Like a lot of us writers, Houstonian Mark Putnam thinks he's got a novel in him. The problem is, he isn't quite sure what that novel's about. He has a few things left to work out.

You know, important things. Like the protagonist's profession, strengths/weaknesses, childhood experiences, etc.

So rather than decisively building a character, he's turning to the wisdom of the crowd. At his blog, Plotastic!, future readers get to vote on key elements of his first novel."

The ballot is here.

1 comment:

gomer said...

Good Lord.