Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Realt-time Facebook Whodunnits

I've been a little tardy in posting here, but am popping in to say hello to the ROR blog readers and mention my Facebook Whodunnits. The protagonist in my new crime series, Tara Sharp, now has her own facebook page from where she is telling/living a real time crime story. You can follow the postings there or read a summary of them at www.tarasharp.com.

Tara seems to be posting on Facebook more than I am. Soon she'll be more real... than ...

5 comments:

Rowena Cory Daniells said...

Nice idea, Marianne. Hope you get lots of mystery buffs dropping by!

Marianne de Pierres said...

yes, an experiment of sorts

TansyRR said...

there's something very science fictional about giving your protagonist their own facebook page...

then again, I have at least half a dozen fictional characters friended on twitter - they all belong to questionable content, my favourite webcomic, and they all TALK TO EACH OTHER.

Marianne de Pierres said...

Yes, it seems that fictional characters are taking over the world.

twittertales said...

Hi Marianne,
Since I began writing twitter stories my two pen-names have been wreaking havoc. (Felicity Bloomfield writes for adults, and Louise Curtis writes for children and young adults.) It's become very difficult to answer the phone - I always get my name wrong.

Louise/Felicity
http://twitter.com/Louise_Curtis_ (manually add the second underline)