In fantasy land, I would be making a living writing didactic short stories or full size novels about development themes. In real life, I make it up as I go along.

In Learning Log, the didactic novel I'm finishing ... WILL FINISH by September 09, the main character, Sam L. is responsible for scaling up the KM initiatives of a relatively small organization. The plot follows her along for a year's worth of efforts.

I don't know what Sam L. does beyond that year but one of the options is to have her develop a KM center of excellence within the organization and provide KM support services to other organizations. That would allow me to do short stories like "Sam's KM Adventures at the World Bank," or "Sam Goes to Mali."

I'll probably continue to do my fiction doodling and fiction experimentation whether there is an audience for the products or not but I'm curious to know if there is any kind of appetite for didactic fiction with a development theme.

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