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It’s really very simple to start a video chat with a stranger or even friends.
I used this exercise, another of my favourites, for a writing contest back in February and the results were terrific.
The whole 50 First Lines exercise is a blast and it works.
I ended up creating something in my first dystopian fiction class that I really liked and thought there might be a market for the story. Really, that title should read Best IN 2012, because the books on my own “best of” reading list were not necessarily published in 2012, that’s just when I happened to read them.
I started reading more short stories on line, attending short fiction readings, and picked up several speculative fiction anthologies, and you know what? I case you feel hornswoggled by this, I have added some other reviewers “Best of 2012″ Middle Grade fiction lists of books that actually were published this year.
Make new friends or don’t, but you will sure have a good time talking to random people.
You can even connect to Facebook and find people with similar interests to talk to.
I usually join any running public Google hangouts to talk to interesting people.
I used to like sites like Omegle which is still good but now I find them little perverted.
These services offer video chatting with strangers in open chat rooms, well, you can also IM them if you’re not very sure of showing your face.