Introduction

Take a loong look at the web 2.0 products around you. In a world of media, we have Flickr for photos, Youtube for videos, Pandora and Last.fm for music. We have blogs to replace factual guides. The modern day Ripley’s Believe It Or Not is Boing Boing.

What about fiction?

You bet there’s a Flickr for fiction? Fictionpress, you say?

Hah. You wish.

No. Fiction is not on the same scale as pictures or music or video. But we want more people to read, to write, to enjoy created worlds of magic, love and political strife.

I created Novelr to do exactly that. To review blooks of every kind and to help average Joes (like me) put up their stories on the web.

Novelr. Making people read.

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