Sunday, February 18, 2007

Let's Write the Sequel Together

I was talking to Gautam Ghosh - my blogger friend, the other day and he suggested I try the experiment of building the sequel to Mediocre But Arrogant online with you.

So if you or your friends want to participate in this experiment, feel free to invite them to this site. If the idea fits in to the story in part or fully you will see it in print in the sequel and I will acknowledge your contribution in the preface.

What do you say? I think Gautam always has great ideas. Let's write the sequel together. You may have your own experience or know of stuff that has happened to others that you feel is unique. Just write it out here.

Cheerio
Abhijit

PS: Rascal Rusty suggests that I put the disclaimer here "By putting your ideas here you voluntarily accept to be part of the experiment and are happy to see part or the complete idea or anecdote or character - real or imaginery to be represented in part or completely in any upcoming creative work by Abhijit Bhaduri without any consideration thereof." Wow - Rusty always has these clever suggestions.

6 comments:

Geets said...

Hey, that's a cool idea. I guess, Paulo Coelho has a site where readers can put in their views on how the storyline should proceed.
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Prashanth said...

hi. this is really interesting. i'd like to ring in my interest in participation. so, how do we go from here? :)

Anonymous said...

Oh but WHY??? Didn't "Mediocre But Arrogant" inflict enough pain on mankind?

Abhijit Bhaduri said...

Prashanth
You can email your thoughts to me at abhijitbhaduri@gmail.com.

There is community on Orkut.com on Mediocre But Arrogant. You can put your ideas there too.

Sriram V Iyer said...

Hi Abhijit

Good idea. Would surely like to pitch in. I'm also writing for the book at www.unconference.info.

Regards
Sriram