Police Procedures

Question for Stacked readers:   If the Mercantile Library were to set up a police procedural group to tackle a crime novel a month, meeting in the director’s shabby office or upstairs in the more comfortable lecture hall to gabble about what made the month’s book readable or not readable or better than last month’s or not or worthy of emulating, would anyone sign up?  What if it were a two year project?  One year reading and analyzing crime.  One year constructing a group crime novel which could be, if it got written to where it was readable, either Kindled (something that anyone can do with any manuscript) so everyone would have a copy, or it could just be made into a handy generic e-book available on the Library’s website.  Would that be fun?  Or too much like work?  You would have to join the Library to apply the police procedure.  No freeloading.

Use the comments.  Or make an anonymous phone call.

-Nemo Wolfe

Published in: on December 17, 2009 at 12:21 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. I might be willing to commit a crime and then you writers could solve it if you can. The previous sentence is proof of my writing abilities.

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