Thanks to all the readers and writers who joined us this week for #TuesdaySerial! We have 24 new serial installments this week. We have two debuts including “Godstorm” from John Xero and “Bloggin’ Brimstone: Season 3” from Jason Coggins. Welcome John and welcome back Jason! Be sure to stop by and give all new (and returning) writers a big Tuesday Serial welcome!
You’ll want to check back this Thursday, we have a fantastic guest post queued up from Sharon T. Rose: “Why I Write Web Serials.” Don’t miss it!
We have two Tuesday Serial contributors who are participating in Web Series Writing Month (WeSeWriMo): Adam Collings and Xanto Jones. Be sure to join us in giving them support and encouragement throughout the month.
We are also pleased to announce the release of “Kuzuna: Fiction for Japan” that includes a short story translation from our contributor Dan Luffey:
The earth shook. The waters rose. Japan cried out…
And we listened. After the devastating earthquake, people from all over the world have found ways to help, and Kizuna: Fiction For Japan is one that is new and unique.
Kizuna: Fiction for Japan is a mixed-genre anthology of short fiction, most of it 1000 words or under. It boasts internationally-known authors like Michael Moorcock, Ken Asamatsu, Jon Courtenay Grimwood, John Shirley, Shinya Gaku, Vittorio Catani, Robert M. Price, Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., and Alvin Pang; genre-authors like Bradley Sands, Jason Wuchenich, Andersen Prunty, and Garrett Cook; and independent authors like Trent Zelazny and Glynn Barrass. An astonishing 76 authors answered the call to help and approximately ninety percent of it is original work written specifically for this anthology. 100 percent of the proceeds will go to helping orphans in the disaster-devastated areas of Miyagi, Iwate and Fukushima via the NPO, Smile Kids Japan.
If there are any mistakes or broken links in this week’s report or if you have news to share in next week’s report, let us know.
So, here is the final list of all of this week’s participants – Please share it with your friends! Happy reading & writing! 🙂
ps Writers, if your story is missing, please leave a comment on this post with the Title, author and a link. Readers, be sure to check the comments for any late additions.