My husband found this video the other day. He shared this with Randy and me. It's a little long, but if you have 45 minutes, watch it to the end.
So I'm stuck in the traditional world of storytelling with plot, character, setting, and all the rest.
But I'm so intrigued by this. Creating a fictional storyline in Twitter has its own development--even plot, character, POV, and setting, if on a different level. This is clever on so many levels because it creates suspense and readers and a platform over time.
This is a novel form of storytelling, and I'm sad to think that by the time I could draft a "Twitter fiction," this will probably be overdone and old news. It's like a novel in series or comic books or trilogies--but the platform is very unique and timely.
As I am dreaming up ways to market and to build a platform for my own writing, I wonder if this could build a foundation for upcoming publications. Could this be a new way to market and to build interest for an upcoming book?
Could GR3GORY88 be building a world for his own writing? This is a wonderful piece of storytelling, and if GR3GORY88 is building interest and marketing for an upcoming book, well done.
So what's the next experiment with fiction?
How would you use social media to tell a story?
Heather, there's only one way to find out if this works for you.... DO IT. Let's talk! How can I help? You go first! How can I help? Let's do it! (You go first?).ReplyDelete
Consider collaborating with your husband, Nick. His photography skills are incredible, and your new Twitter platform will be far more unique than the rest if coupled with your writing and his art, even if the platform becomes 'old school', as you say. Set the high mark.
Now... how much Nick might charge you for each photograph is entirely another matter!