Japan's best-known Buddhist nun (and translator of an 11th century epic, The Tale of Genji), Jakucho Setouchi, 86, is attempting to reach a new audience by writing a cellphone novel.Cellphone novels are a growing trend in Japan, where subscribers (usually young women) sign up to receive short fiction via text messages. Setouchi's story, called "Tomorrow's Rainbow" focuses on a young girl who meets the love of her life after the trauma of her parents' divorce. [Reuters]