Serialized Novels- Yay or Nay?

Amaranthine is now on NovelCat and FoxNovel *- two apps available for both android and apple users. If you already have the app, even if you’ve already read the Amaranthine books, please give it a like or a love, or whatever the sites have (I admit, I haven’t installed them yet!)

The sites I have looked at are AnyStories, where the Amaranthine box set (for lack of a better description, as it is all nine books together) has not gotten much love, and WebNovel where – HOLY CATS! – it has gotten a lot of love! Seriously, check this out! (it’s the only one accessible without an app, too.)

Brothers of Darkness, Vampire Morsels, and Tales of the Executioners may eventually join them, it’s up to E Global what goes where, when. (I signed a distribution contract with them last November to handle this.) It will also probably be on Dreame eventually, as well.

*So what are these apps? They’re subscription services, sometimes, and sometimes they’re free to read a chapter a day, where books are serialized and chapters are added every week or every day. In this case, the Amaranthine books have been put altogether and then broken up into 1,000-2,000 word “episodes”, so depending on the site you might be able to buy all the episodes at once for a fee, or wait and read one episode a day, for instance, for free.

Do you read stories on the subscription style apps? What do you like about them? Which one is your favorite?

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  1. I do read serialized webcomics, and I know that serialized novels are becoming a bigger thing nowadays. Maybe I’ll give it a try someday.

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  2. wiccanwitch4

     /  April 15, 2021

    I haven’t tried these ones the only one I have tried is Galatea I love it as it has all the background sounds and stuff. I think it would be awesome with your books and would so love to read them there!

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