Perhaps you’re not a writer, but you would like to suggest an idea.
Please read on.
On 14th June 2003, Kimberley Forest, a NYPD police officer is awakened by the buzz of her cell phone. She reaches out from bed and sees that the caller is her teenage sister.
When the off-duty officer listens to the call, she hears only a conversation between two men.
In less than an hour, Kimberley is armed and driving 700 miles to the family home in Greensburg, Indiana.
Her life has been changed, and she is intent on changing a few others.
My intention is to write a novel under the aforementioned title, but it might be a novel with a difference. I have already started working on the main character’s bio, so we are getting better acquainted with every day that passes.
Chapter 1 is posted on this blog and I’m working on the first draft of the next two chapters. The opening passage is posted on my author website on the Projects page. The ‘intro’ will remain there for one month.
I would like comments and if they feel the urge, visitors may offer suggestions for scenarios that the character might be involved in at some point in the story.
I will post chapters here and mention it on my author website. From day one, there will be an open invitation for readers of this blog, my creative writer and artist site, or my author website to get in touch with ideas.
You don’t have to be a writer to put forward an idea, and you don’t have to ‘write’ the passage – simply send me an outline. Should any good suggestions be forthcoming, I will not be trying to work them immediately, but I will make every effort to get them in. As and when an idea is used I will credit the author.
I’d like to produce a completed novel at the end of the project, so it might take many months. When the story is complete I will remove the chapters for editing and rewriting. At such time as the manuscript is complete, I will be accrediting all who have taken part with a brief explanation to the reader in the preface about what we have accomplished together.
Up to the first five chapters will be available to read in their first draft on this blog.