As the plot gets more complicated, the authors can fill in more of the characters’ mysterious pasts. This week, five distinct flashback scenes connect the mysteries of the past to the present.
In this double episode, writers share behind the scenes details about thirty Topeka authors who are creating and publishing two novels. Your library supports local authors – find out how!
In this week’s chapter, a dead body is abandoned in favor of a quick escape, but the destination of the airplane is in question, when Pesha asks Holly to trust him. Don’t miss this community-written adventure!
New characters, with new mysteries, are introduced frequently when each chapter is written by a different author. This week, two characters become one!
Track and field star Marijke Monti loves her boyfriend Tommy, a hot guitarist in a high school band. She loves him, but she doesn’t trust him, and that is tearing them apart. Will a movie script ending save their relationship?
In this week’s chapter, Holly suffers a major loss and is sent on a big quest, in a turn of events that you will have to read to believe!
In this episode, our favorite movie guy Brian Adams talk about those stylish Hollywood crime dramas known as Film Noir.
Win a free autographed copy of a 2014 Community Novel Project book! Spirits of Oz and Superimposed are published weekly online. Pre-order your print copy and pick up at the Book Launch.
Half-way through the serialized community novel, this flashback chapter to 1950’s Topeka allows Joe Grimaldi to take stock of his business and personal life.
In this week’s adventures, Holly must defend her dying client Joe Grimaldi against attacks from those most dangerous of enemies … his friends and family!
In this episode, Natalie Moreland recommends kids books that adults will enjoy reading! Find a new title to read with your child or try something new for yourself.
In this “must read” weekly installment of the community novel, the WWII cliffhanger from a previous chapter is resolved in a way that leaves many more questions.