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ChatGPT Ghostwriting

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After the last post, I had a thought. ChatGPT isn’t that great at coming up with a story, but what if you gave it an outline?

I wanted a story that had an open ending. Mostly I decided that anything I use AI for I’ll put it up for free (details, including link below).

So I used my CLOSAT game to come up with a writing prompt. Then I used ChatGPT to come up with two characters: The Main Character and a secondary one. As in the image above, it was Jaxon and his sister, Scarlett.

After I used a short story outline for a basic plot. It’s one of many plot outlines and this one is great for open-ended short stories.

Then I had some trouble with ChatGPT. As you can see, my saved chat history is missing. As (almost) predicted, the page crashed, and I wasn’t able to access this conversation. After a couple of days, I could finally access the history and continued the project.

It’s interesting to note, ChatGPT wrote exactly 1500 characters, cutting it off mid-sentence.

I put it in the Google doc anyway, for context.

 

The Result (click to see the Google Doc)

 

There’s no dialogue, and it’s certainly better than the last one, but again, it seems so generic. I prefer dialogue, even if there’s a little, because it humanizes the characters. This looks more like an expanded plot. Something some writer or movie maker can expand into a book. Since I used OpenAI’s ChatGPT to make the story, I’m giving it away for free. You don’t even have to give me credit, although I wouldn’t mind a review for Elizabeth: Heritage Journey.

Image created in Artbreeder Collage Maker

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