Frank Fiore – Novelist & Screenwriter

February 23, 2011

CYBERKILL 3.0 – The Evolving Story Feature

Filed under: CyberKill,On Writing — Frank Fiore @ 1:08 PM

Sometimes you may put a book down for days or even weeks and forget just what has transpired in the story.

Book 3.0 has a solution for that.

Instead of having to search for and re-read portions of the story that you have forgotten, Book 3.0 has an automatic bookmark keeps track of a reader’s place in the story – nothing is required of the reader.

This Evolving Story feature creates a dynamic synopsis (because it know where you are the in book) based on the action up to the reader’s automated bookmark. This includes a bulleted list of major plot points with links back to where in the narrative the action took place.

This allows readers to “catch up” on the book without having to re-read the entire narrative.

See a demo of the feature here.


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