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Auction Lets Readers Get in the Fiction Game

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Auction Lets Readers Get in the Fiction Game

Auction Lets Readers Get in the Fiction Game

Auction Lets Readers Get in the Fiction Game

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Ever want to be a character in a Stephen King novel? Too scary? What about Amy Tan, or Nora Roberts. Well, you can be. Those writers and others are auctioning the right to name their characters. It's to benefit the First Amendment Project — to protect free speech. If you don't want your name in their novel, pick another, and join the E-Bay auction. Ideas? Scarlet O'Hara has a nice ring to it...