The Book Experiment

The Book Experiment

I’ve had this crazy idea floating in my head. Likely this cockamamie idea should remain just a concept but I’m a person who doesn’t like to follow convention.  Never have.

What’s this absurd notion I’ve had? I want to write a book warts and all on display for everyone to see the process from infancy to complete. You will witness cringe worthy errors and the struggle that writing with a learning disability can be. But I will not allow those things to be my reason not to move forward with this project.

As I go along, I’m going to be providing commentary on what I’m doing and why when possible.

This story I’ve been working on in the background seems to be the right fit for my book experiment.

Warning:

1. This is the first working draft of my work in progress (WIP) under the working title (WT) Kansas Rule.

2. Shitty spelling and use of grammar that would cause some corpses to roll over in their grave.

3. The content of this book will contain graphic sex. BDSM. Characters who’ve suffered from physical, mental and sexual trauma at an early age.

 

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000038_00016]Copyright © 2013, Leila DeSint
Published by Leila DeSint

The unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this copyrighted work is illegal.

I welcome sharing by link posting not copying of material. If you have any questions about sharing this work please contact me.

This book is a work of fiction. The names, characters, places, and incidents are products of the writer’s imagination or have been used fictitiously and are not to be construed as real. Any resemblance to persons, living or dead, actual events, locale or organizations is entirely coincidental.

 

To read the chapter go here:

Chapter 1

To read my comments on the chapter:

Chapter 1 Revealed

I will be attempting to post a chapter a month.

2 Responses to The Book Experiment

  1. Michelle says:

    Thank you for sharing the writing process with us! I love all of your work, and this chapter has me intrigued, which is no surprise. All of your work is unique and provacative, which is why I am such a big fan. I read 1-2 books a day, and few books do NOT have predictable plots. You are one of the standout authors with truly original ideas. Cannot wait for more!

  2. admin says:

    Hi Michelle,
    Thank you. I’m glad you enjoy my work.
    As much as I shy away from my planning ‘plotting’ background, I love dealing with the intricate threads within the story and discovering the characters. My other passion is the writing craft and continuously learning about the art. I hope this translates into fascinating tales.
    Thank you,
    LD

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