Business News Launches Online Cooperative Book Writing

2008-08-13 07:08:00

New Writing Community Website Offers A Whole New Way To Write A Novel - One

                    Book Written By Hundreds Of Authors.

    FLINT, Mich., Aug. 13 /EMWNews/ --, launched in May

of this year, presents a whole new way to write a novel. Members of The

Novel Tree website work together on building the novel, each presenting

their own pieces of the story. When the story is finished, hundreds of

authors will have collaborated on one complete novel.

    Dave Tiesma, creator of The Novel Tree, had the idea "What if I started

a book and let other people add on to it? What if hundreds of people wrote

one single book?" And with that and months of planning and building, this

interesting new idea for a website was born.

    Anyone can join and participate in The Novel Tree for free. Members

read the novel as it is so far and then submit what they write for the next

piece in the storyline. All the submissions for the next section of the

story are read and one is selected as the next part of the book.

    "An important part of The Novel Tree is the community itself," says

Tiesma. "Members can communicate with each other in a discussion group and

talk about how the characters should develop and what direction the story

should go in."

    One novel is currently being written, but more are being planned to

allow members to write novels in different genres. The goal is to publish

the novels once they are complete. The Novel Tree hopes to have thousands

of members participating and a novel on its way to completion by the end of

this year.


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