KThese readers have been known to pay huge sums of money to stick their names with characters from the novels of Lee Child or Ian Rankin or Stephen King – even when those characters may be bad guys or doomed to destruction. and bear no resemblance in any respect to the person writing the check (mostly for good reasons but still).
Though, just think. What would it be like if you could be in a book and it really is you, with your name and your presence? The “personal book” pulls this off and the genre has grown out of date with personalized books for kids produced by Wonderbly.
I have no difficulty imagining what that book would be like if I were in it, as author and co-founder David Cadzi-Newby explained it. “Andy will wake up and realize he has lost his name. But then he meets a series of characters who help him get back. You help him with a problem and in return they help you An aardvark offers him an “A.” He then collides with a narwhal who gives him an “N.” Then a dragon and a yeti help him accomplish this.”
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