On ForgeFiction books and stories are written chapter-by-chapter. First, one of our users comes up with an idea of a story which gathers a community around it and together they start writing a book. Writing for each chapter is a competition, where each user can write and suggest their version of the current chapter, and then the community votes to pick the best one. The chapter with the most votes becomes a part of the final story and then the next chapter is written the same way, based on previously accepted one. Any user can submit their version of the chapter for voting, thus allowing multiple users to contribute to the creation of the book. Additionally, users can find like-minded community members to form writing groups to write and submit chapters together.
When a book is finished, it goes through editing and then is sold, with revenue being split among the users who have chapters accepted in the final book.
In addition to the community writing functionality, ForgeFiction also provides tools that help users in writing the stories cohesively, structuring the content, visualizing some aspects of the story and keeping the users engaged in the process of content creation. They will help users to create and design characters, maps, events, etc. inside each story, and structure them in a wiki-like system.
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