Ah, August. It’s that lazy summer month when writers sometimes take a break between episodes of webserials. However, since it’s winter in the Southern Hemisphere, we still have a terrific lineup of 24 episodes for you, including the debut of Wither The Vain – Lost Cities by Jason A. Clark. Welcome, Jason!
Did you know that Tuesday Serial is driven by you, for you? If you like the fiction you’re reading, please comment on the episodes and give the authors some love. And please tell all your friends that this is the spot where they can get their summer reading fix.
News? Boy, do we have some news for you this week?
Be sure to check back tomorrow when we feature a guest post from SgL about using Wattpad for promote your serial fiction. Wattpad is a free platform that is the hottest new way to read stories, via web and smartphone apps. How can you use the features like notifications, alerts to keep in touch with a robust community of readers and writers? Check back tomorrow!
Two of our favorite alumnae, Carrie Clevenger and Icy Sedgwick (author of the Tuesday Serial Hall of Famer “The First Tale”), are spotlighted this week. Carrie is on Icy’s blog talking about Crooked Fang, our newest Hall of Fame entry! Congratulations, Carrie! http://blog.icysedgwick.
If you’re a writer and you’ve been around the Internet, you know the names David Wright, Johnny B. Truant, and Sean Platt. They have a new self publishing podcast http://
Web Serial Writing Month is going strong. Are any of our contributors participating in WeSeWriMo, Web Serial Writing Month? We’d love to hear about your experience so far!
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!
p.s. 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.