Join me starting Wednesday for a 15 part serial. I need 14 hubbers committed to do this. I will check back in over the next 4 days to see if there is interest. We will build on each others hubs finishing the story.
I would also like to know a bit more about what your proposing.
I might be interested, but like everyone else, I would like to know what I will get myself into this time
Sorry to put so little detail in the opening proposal guys, but I was in the midst of a band trip in orlando Florida at a hotel charging a quarter per minute for internet access, so i had to type quickly.
This is a selfish wayu for me to meet and get to know other hubbers and enjoy a fifteen part serial story. What I envision is a serial where all involved get to add one part. I really just wanted to see if theree was sufficient interest b y today, when i returned from the trip, then put in the detailed thought.
We can base the order on length of time on Hub Pages, or number of Hubs or some unique qualifier. The subject, obviously would be easier as a creative writing exercise. Sorry if I still am leaving out details, I got off a 12 hour tour bus ride and worked the whole day moving furniture, so I am a bit wore out.
Now with an even clearer mind, I will add this: If this thing gets legs under it, we can rotate around, letting the person with highest score on their contribution pick the next polt to develop and give one week after the last contribution to determine who gets the next first shot.
If you like this, please advertise to your friends so we can get the minimum 14 others and kick this off on Wednesday.
So far the interest is puny, so i guess this is not anything of interest to as many as I hoped. If you would like to do a smaller version, please reply here.
I'm interested, Dobson - it's just that... well, most of my hubs are kinda weird on weird topics, so I might not be a good fit for this project - but you can let me know... just sayin' I'm interested and will log in here regular to find out what's up, okay?
Well I count ten including myself. That is enough to do this I think. I would like to start this on Monday, so claim your day following that to add your part. I will contact everyone that has responded here before then to make sure we still have enough interested.
Today is the day we finally kick this off. I am posting a list with the order we can add to the serial, but if you need to swap, please coordinate with someone so we can keep things going.
I hope to get others interested as we go so we can have a rich collection of styles and points of view here. I want to come with a clever name for this that will draw people into reading it, so give me your thoughts. For now we will call it The Hub Serial and mine will be The Hub Serial Part 1.
Possibly some interest here. I havent written fiction in a while, it could be fun.
I have posted the first offering. It is called: A Hub Serial - Jenny's Life. We can work on the title as Hub Pages always allow you to edit. Tak a read and begin developing your plot moves. I typed the quivalent of four pages in Microsoft Word, but anywhere from two to three would be plenty. Feel free to do more if your addition requires it.
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