Crowdsourcing a novel
An experiment in absolute pointless fuckery (but hey, it should be fun).
The rules are simple. Each author can write anywhere between 1 and 50 words at a time (but can contribute multiple times). Otherwise, whatever goes. Progress the story, start a new chapter, change the genre, kill off the main character; it's up to you. Just remember that your name will appear alongside your contribution(s). Want to be a contributing author? Don't write anything yet, just get in touch: JimComptonHall@gmail.com.
We are at 0.614% of our 70,000-word target.
A novel by 9 people
(Hover over or tap the words to see who wrote them.)
The little boy collapsed in giggles.
I admit it had been amusing the first time, but this was maybe the twenty fifth time. But I kept smiling.
I had to.
The casual observer might see a typical extended family lounging around after Sunday lunch. But the truth is that Timmy, the little boy, had already killed twice. Worse, I was his accomplice.Ed Owen
“This guy isn’t right in the head, who on earth is this Timmy kid he’s talking about?”
“It gets even stranger on the next page boss,” his partner retorted.Max Muehlhaus-Hobday
“The rich must die. Timmy and I will be their reckoning. Their vengeful nightmare. Our katana will make quick work of their flesh.Matt Weston
Chapter Two: The Sister
Kinchett had learned of a sister, Grace. Timmy now wasn’t the only person on the radar of Kinchett and his trusty assistant, Dave, or Derek as people inexplicably called him. Research suggested Grace was also somewhat a problem child – once shaving her own head and sticking the loose hair onto her hamster with Sellotape.Lewis Henson
(To be continued...)By you?