Neil Gaiman is part of BlackBerry's Keep Moving project, an initiative that will showcase the creative works of many celebrities and their BlackBerry devices. Gaiman is a beloved writer of many works of fiction and nonfiction alike, and has been using his Z10 to interact with fans on Twitter in order to create 12 original and collaborative stories, one for each month of the year.
For the last two weeks, people have been chiming in on Twitter with themes and ideas to get the ball rolling. Here's what you guys have contributed so far.
January: A grizzled and experienced soldier fighting in a unique war hands the reigns over to his fresh-faced successor.
April: Some clever ducks teach a man a lesson or two about dealing from the bottom of the card deck.
October: A woman gets an unexpected visit from a genie - only it's the genie who finds himself rather startled by her response.
December: A young runaway finds herself alone at night on the streets, and runs into someone she never would have thought to meet.
The recordings will be available on February 25 and were all recorded using the BlackBerry Keep Moving Hub.
Gaiman is now working on the second part of his Keep Moving project, where he is asking followers and fans to help bring his 12 stories to life. We will have three weeks, from February 19 through March 11, to submit our creations to the Keep Moving Hub.
Head on over to the Hub and submit your creative ideas! Don't forget to subscribe so you can get all the updates on the BlackBerry Keep Moving Project!