New feature, List of Completed Serials 2013

Happy 2014 everyone!

It’s been just a little over a year since we started this blog (back on Blogger).  And early 2013 we defected to WordPress.com and found it a good place to hang out.

When I first joined the original fiction/webfiction community there were still a large smattering of different voices and authors talking about the craft.  There’s been a bit of a lull or contraction in these spaces to “talk shop” so this blog in 2014 will continue to try to touch on topics that we hope are helpful to you.

I have yet to decide how to address readers of serials in terms of posts. However, as a start I’ll point you to a new feature as of today: “The Completed Serials” tab up there on the top right of this page, next to the SFF listing that TEWaters and I started a few months back.   That, if you’re a reader, might be a place to start looking

That’s 2013 crop of indy serials that I’ve heard about through the various webfiction channels/outlets.  There are many people who start serials but not as many who finish them.

For the authors —  consider getting your stuff up there in that space a goal for you as an author.

Lastly, this blog is  always open to guest bloggers (See About/Submissions) who want to share something unique that they’ve learned from the process of publishing a webfiction/ web serial.   Hopefully we’ll have a lot more voices on this blog over the next year.  I’m always open to pitches and hope to hear from you.

Looking forward to 2014!

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2 comments

  1. Thanks for a wonderful year of covering the webfiction industry!

    I’m going to be writing a follow-up blog on some of the points in your post, because they… well, they’re rubbing at some sore spots. 🙂 Not through any fault of yours; you’re just fulfilling your mandate of covering what your site title says: online novels. And you do it wonderfully, so again, thank you for providing such a vital resource and for your advocacy of web-based storytelling.

    1. Sure – let me know if you’ll be adding it to your own site or want to come back and blog here via a contributor account.

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