Hello everybody, I'm kind of new here.

Anyway, I'm trying something a bit different than what I'm used to for a class at college, and I'm really looking for readers. Anyway, I've started a blog that basically chronicles a story of two college kids. However, the two characters have their own blogs where readers can chat with them and interact with them, having a direct contribution to the story.

The two main character blogs are linked at the top of the main blog (collegelovestory.blogspot.com) and when something funny or important happens during the story, I'll write it out for the main blog in the traditional narrative way.

Without readers, this blog isn't really going to go anywhere, so I'm really looking for followers! If someone wants me to follow their blogs too, just leave a comment here, or on my page here. Please and thank yous all around!

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This is a cool idea.  I'm not too into reading stories online, but you have me intrigued.  I'm following your blog.  By the way, when you're done, I think you should pull it all together into a real book and get it published (adding in a bit of course so it's more than just what was online).  

I run a Clean Romance Review blog and would be happy to post something up for you if you'd like to write up a brief paragraph explaining what you're doing and the basic setting for the story, etc.  I can't promise anything, but I have close to 600 followers who all love romance, so it couldn't hurt.  It might get you some traffic and followers.  Shoot me an email at englishrosereviews@gmail.com and we'll see what we can do.  :)

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