posted on Jan, 22 2006 @ 06:15 PM
So at this point, I just read the first chapter, how does contributing work?
Do I try to match the style and write as if I am you?
Do I introduce myself from my style of writing as a new character, real or spirit?
If I do the last one, what happens if several writers here suddenly have you involved in multiple situations at the same time?
This could get real action packed. The last time I did this was on a live chat group on AOL and the scene was all in a tavern. It was not a situation
like this one is potentially, where I might be a oracle with hovering ability helping you to battle multiple vile vampires in the forest, yet another
writer has just written off the same chapter and has you magically transported to the Valley of the Unicorns.
I am just wondering how multiple writers can all make sense of each others' character. Maybe it would be better if you started a list of people that
want to try their hand at it. Because then the person writing chapter two could write that, the next person in line could write chapter three and so
on. Although you may want to come back in every other chapter to guide the story in a way you may already have an idea where you want it to go.
This way it gives the third writer a chance to utilize all the characters introduced, and the fourth writer and so on. You may ewventually be
by a whole circle of superheroes with different powers, Some may choose to take on the character of an evil entity.
I like the length of the chapter and the fact you separate the paragraphs, and use quotation marks to separate what is spoken.