What can YOU say in six sentences?
She did research for three years, posed as a fiction writer on a social writing network.
She wrote flash fiction and dark humor, made friends with an impressive number of members. She chose the most interesting people on the site, entertaining eccentrics, outrageously talented, and she won their trust through weekly personal emails.
She'd promised her boss at Mind Magazine that she would have one hell of a story, but she never expected this -- the drama, the fights, the love interests, the mutinies and banishments from Scribe World.
When her research was complete she wrote the article, five thousand words on internet relationships and the secret sordid lives of mostly unknown writers, an article which would outgrow itself and later become an international bestseller: The Secret Lives of Scribes, Random House - Harmony Division.
A week before the original article published, her writing friends noticed "George" was no longer a member.