Wordle for The Big Wake-UpWhat's a Wordle?
Similar to tag cloud, a Wordle is visual depiction of the most common words in a volume of text, as generated by the Wordle website.
The words can come from a blog, a regular website or you can even paste in a hunk of text that you happen to have lying around on your hard disk.
That got me thinking ... what's a hunk of text that I happen to have on my hard drive. Of course, my forthcoming novel, The Big Wake-Up. Here's the Wordle for Wake-Up:
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You can see that certain words stand out. For instance, Evita, as in Evita Peron, coffin, as in the coffin she's buried in, and Chris, as in August Riordan's cross-dressing sidekick.
There's also Melina, who is Riordan's love interest in the book, and Isis, who is decidedly not Riordan's love interest in the book. She's a villain on the scale of a John Connolly villain, who is an expert at the ancient techniques of Egyptian mummification.
But the Wordle represents only a small sample of the words in the book--and none of the pictures. Check out the real deal for all the words and pictures at the beginning of November.