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A novel challenge.

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« on: July 16, 2007, 12:16:48 am »

I like this idea.  Do you know how much each book costs on cafepress?  I may try selling it to some of my friends/teachers.  Make sure that you mention the site a lot.  Like, have it at the bottom of each page (Ok, that's overkill, but you get the idea).

Anyways, I do have one idea to throw out there.  It may be used better on future compilations, though.  Why not have all the stories written in a similar setting.  Akin to what we were doing with Entilea.  Don't turn it into an RPG, but just a unified setting.  Maybe use the book as a method of introducing background/material via stories.  Anyways, that's just one comment.

I will more likely try and make the cover to it, though Mak will probably one up me with his amazing photoshop skills.  I really haven't written anything lately, so I may give it a try.  Maybe I'll put up that story I started when we moved to the new site.

How many stories are we adding?  I think 5 or 6, plus maybe ten pages of poems would work well.

Lastly, is it ten pages double spaced?  I assume yes.
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