#TuesdaySerial Report – Oct 2, 2012

Greetings serial fiction readers! We had a very nice turnout this week – 28 entries, including the debut of “Noir Blood” by Hector Acosta courtesy of our friends over at Jukepop Serials. Welcome aboard, Hector! We also feature a conclusion from Camille LaGuire of her serial “Case of the Misplaced Hero.”

We hope that you’ve come to this site because you enjoy reading serial fiction. If that’s the case, then you are in luck. We have serials representing a wide variety of genres. If you’re looking to catch serials at the beginning, then you can search the site for “debut” entries. If you’re looking to only read completed serials, then you’ll find some in our Graduates section (above). The Graduates section is in need of updating, but you’ll find a few goodies there nonetheless.  As always, if you have questions, just let us know!

And if you find something that you like, please support our authors and let them know what you think by leaving a comment and sharing it with your friends.

If you missed it, last week Claudia Christian brought us a special three-part guest post on Amazon’s recent decision to create a new e-book format: Kindle Serials.  There’s more information here than a single blog post can cover, so Claudia has it broken down into the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. You can start reading this informative series right here!

And our main event this week was on Tuesday, when we, in partnership with Claudia Hall Christian, hosted the Serial Fiction Round Table: The Publishers. We encountered some audio problems so we are in the process of producing a full transcript. When that’s available, we will have a wrap-up post.  In the meantime, you can find out more about it and watch the recorded video.

UPDATE: We forgot to mention that if you don’t have a subscription to Tuesday Serial, you’ll want to do it now. Why? We have some big things coming up that you won’t want to miss. How big, you may ask? B.I.G.! So, just look to your left and you’ll be able to subscribe in your reader or via email. Do it now and you can thank us later. You’re welcome.

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 or a DM so we can share the good news!

As always, 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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