Chapter five-Screwed and Chewed-now live on Juke Pop Serials for the horror serial-Death’s Knoll!
(click on the picture above to read the new chapter)
For those who write web serials, you’re probably familiar with Juke Pope Serials. If not, read on.
“Reinventing the Book Publishing Model” (taken directly from the Juke Pop’s website:
“JukePop was formed to help publishers better locate new emerging talent by nurturing talented writers that are often uneconomical for major publishing houses to handle. JukePop serves as a content incubator, allowing publishers, to glean the “right” books from its trove. The platform pro-actively and constantly tests readers of a specific demographic to gauge the acceptance (or not) of individual books. JukePop also provides the individual writer with access to publishing channels for his/her work. Unlike conventional and other ePublishers, JukePop’s distribution begins as soon as a writer completes his first chapter. In terms of literary content, JukePop is rejuvenating the lost art of the serial pioneered at the dawn of publishing, when authors such Charles Dickens reached mass audiences by serializing novels a chapter at a time in newspapers that nearly everyone could afford.”
To read more on how Juke Pop Serials work, check out the link: How It Works
Writing web serials isn’t for every writer. I write them as a way of creating a book one chapter at a time while receiving feedback from readers as to what works or what doesn’t work. It’s also a good way of testing certain ideas or story-lines ahead of time to gauge the readers’ readiness to embrace them. There are several formats to have your web serial presented to the public (aka readers). You can post the chapters on a blog, or go through sites such as Wattpad. You can submit to Web Fiction Guide to have your serial listed to make it easier for readers to find your story. You can also use Juke Pop Serials which I’ve decided to give it a try with my current web serial, Chronicles of the Claus.
The challenge? Like televised series, a serial on Juke Pop needs to receive enough votes from the readers in order for it to continue. And for those serials whose stories are hot, Juke Pop will reward the authors.
I submitted the first chapter for Chronicles of the Claus to Juke Pop a few weeks ago, and it was accepted. The first two chapters have been published on their website and I’m looking for readers’ votes to help keep my serial alive 🙂
To read the first chapter, here’s the link: The Last Normal Day
If you’re a writer and would like to give this a try: About Juke Pop Serials
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Created a teaser trailer for a horror/fantasy web fiction that is currently running. Click on the link below to view:
Have a great day!
Am home today (unexpectedly) so I figured to finish working on the first chapter of my new web fiction. It is now live 🙂
I started a new story (Chronicles of the Claus) that will be written for my son (and anyone else who dares to read it) who loves Santa Claus and zombies; so I’m going to mix them both together! Wish me luck!
I briefly considered participating in NaNoWriMo this year, but (ultimately) decided against it.
One, I don’t have a story; or, rather not one that would be novel-length.
Two, I wouldn’t be able to devote the time and energy needed.
I’ve decided to start a story (web serial) that my son may enjoy reading. I plan to post more information about this in the My Web Fiction page above.
What about you? Will you NaNo this year, or not?
It’s been an emotional roller coaster since my last post in June.
A dear co-worker and friend of over six years died suddenly. I knew her health wasn’t good, and I also knew it was always a possibility….but gosh when it actually happened it hit me hard. *Sigh*
This past Friday we had to put one of our cats to sleep. She’s been sick (cancer of the thyroid). She wasn’t eating. She found it increasingly difficult to breathe. It was an agonizing decision to make to put her to sleep; but we felt it was best for her. She’s now in kitty’s heaven.
Pain aside, I did manage to post two additional chapters to the web horror serial, Redemption
I’m going to try to enjoy my day off today by starting with a hot cup of coffee and a buttery bagel.
Happy writing everyone 🙂
It’s a rainy day as the remnant of T.S. Andrea makes her way through the region. I decided to take a day off today for safety reasons since there’s flooding in the area.
Plan to write today. I’ve been working on a 3-page short screenplay as an assignment for a course I’m taking. Right now it’s up to 2 pages. The title is “The Watch.” I’m not focusing on the formatting bit (yet); need to flesh out the story bit first. I got the “discovery” and “change” parts down; just need to develop the rest further. I may post this online in the near future for comments.
I also need to finish writing the next chapter for the web serial, Redemption but may not get to that until Saturday or so.
I recently signed up for the 7DayStory challenge where in 7 days you write a short story. I have a few ideas floating around in my mind, but needed an extra boost to get me started on them. Stay tuned!
Oh, and I was recently interviewed on a blog by Christine Rice.
That’s it for me. What’s going on in your world?