Friday, October 5, 2012

The Storyline Is In Your Hands

Posted By on Fri, Oct 5, 2012 at 12:00 PM

Have you ever read a book and felt that you could have written a better storyline or ending? Well now you have that chance.

eBook publishing house Osutoria Publishing and Mzure, an interactive technology firm, joined together to create Open Book Projects (www.openbookprojects.com). This is a collaborative reading and writing experience whereby one person writes a chapter of a story and then readers are invited to contribute the next chapter, continuing the storyline.

Chapter 1 is available on their site. The winner of the Chapter 2 submission round was recently announced, and the deadline for authors to pen Chapter 3 will be announced soon. The current book title is Face. Check out the trailer for Chapter 1, "The Awakening" below.

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