#TuesdaySerial Report – December 20, 2016

Welcome to this week’s Tuesday Serial report – our final report of 2016 and our final report brought to you by the team of PJ, Tony and Larry. As we announced a couple of weeks ago, we will start 2017 with a short hiatus and Larry will carry on with Tuesday Serial, along with his new team. It’s been a great privilege for Tony and me to work on the site and help the world of serial fiction writers and readers and we wish Larry all the best with his new team!

To close out 2016, we offer up 18 new serial fiction episodes including two debuts and two conclusions.

We welcome new serials “Lance The Gallant” by J. Rodriguez and “Not Your Usual Christmas Story” by C. Golden.

And we congratulate Ellen Seltz for completing her serial “Survivor’s Trust” and Amy Notdorft for completing her serial “Secrets and Skin”.

No matter what genres you love, there’s something for you in this week’s offerings. If you’d rather read only completed serials, you’ll find some in our Graduates section (above). In our Hall of Fame, you can find serials that have been subsequently published – make an author happy and go buy one! As always, if you have questions, just let us know!

WRITERS: Do you have news to share in next week’s report? Have an idea for a guest blog post? Did your serial get published? Have some other news for everyone? Shoot us an e.mail (tuesdayserial@tuesdayserial.com) or a DM (@tuesdayserial) so we can share the good news!

We strive for 100% perfection every week (of course!), but if you happen to spot any mistakes or broken links in this week’s TuesdaySerial report, let us know! Happy reading (and writing!).


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#TuesdaySerial Report – December 13, 2016

Welcome to this week’s Tuesday Serial report. Wow! What a week we had for DEBUTS!!! Of the 23 new serial episodes listed for your reading pleasure this week, there were FIVE, count them, FIVE Debuts! A warm #TuesdaySerial welcome to:

“Time & Tied” by Gregory Taylor
“Bergdorf & Associates” by Thomas C. Mavroudis
“Folley’s Circus” by Lucio Rodriguez
“Wordsmith of London” AND “Matilda Raleigh”, both by Chrys Kelly

Welcome! Welcome!

#TuesdaySerial has been brought to you each week by the team of PJ Kaiser, Tony Noland, and Larry Kollar. Although it is with a heavy heart that PJ and Tony are moving on from #TuesdaySerial at the end of this year, they are proud of all that this community has accomplished. Even better, they are secure in the knowledge that #TuesdaySerial will be in the capable hands of the new Commander in Chief and #TuesdaySerial Capo di Tutti Capo, Larry Kollar. Best wishes, Larry!

No matter what genres you love, there’s something for you in this week’s offerings. If you’d rather read only completed serials, you’ll find some in our Graduates section (above). In our Hall of Fame, you can find serials that have been subsequently published – make an author happy and go buy one! As always, if you have questions, just let us know!

WRITERS: Do you have news to share in next week’s report? Have an idea for a guest blog post? Did your serial get published? Have some other news for everyone? Shoot us an e.mail (tuesdayserial@tuesdayserial.com) or a DM (@tuesdayserial) so we can share the good news!

We strive for 100% perfection every week (of course!), but if you happen to spot any mistakes or broken links in this week’s TuesdaySerial report, let us know! Happy reading (and writing!).


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“A Tuesday Serial Conclusion” by Larry, Tony & PJ

tuesdayserialThis week, we have some sad Tuesday Serial news to share. Our two founders – Tony Noland and PJ Kaiser – have decided to resign as moderators of the site. Don’t worry, Tony and PJ are just fine. They have decided that other pressing priorities in their personal and professional lives mean that there aren’t enough hours in the day to also continue here at Tuesday Serial.

Tuesday Serial has truly been a labor of love for Tony and PJ and we thank them for their years of service and dedication to the serial fiction community. They started the site back in 2010 after being inspired by the success of the “Friday Flash” community.

So what comes next? Fortunately, Larry is stepping up to take the reins of Tuesday Serial and manage the site into the future. He will need some help, however. So, we are reaching out to our current and past contributors and readers and asking for some volunteers to help Larry moderate the site. If you have a passion for serial fiction, some basic knowledge of WordPress and a bit of free time every two or three weeks (depending on how many volunteers Larry takes on), then please send an email to tuesdayserial@tuesdayserial.com and let Larry know your background and why you’d like to help moderate the Tuesday Serial site. Larry will go through a selection process and figure out how to take the site forward.

In the meantime? The site will unfortunately be going on a temporary hiatus while Larry reorganizes and chooses his new team. Our last Tuesday Serial for 2016 will be December 20. Larry will keep everybody informed of his plans via the site and Twitter and Facebook. We sincerely apologize to all of our current contributors and we hope that you will rejoin us after the hiatus. So, please don’t delete the #tuesdayserial column on your TweetDeck. And brace yourselves for the future of Tuesday Serial!

We will also be working during the hiatus to make sure that the site is up to date with Graduates and Hall of Fame, so if you have published your serial that appeared here at Tuesday Serial, please get in touch via email and let us know the details.

Don’t forget to check out this week’s Tuesday Serial report which has 23 new serial fiction episodes for your reading pleasure.