All the cool kids seem to be doing it. Even some of the bigger names in the biz do it. But since I am neither one...I think it is time to pose the question. Should I dip a toe in the serialization market? And if I did, what genre should I tap. I have my very dark and icky "Vampyrates" series that is sitting on ice waiting its turn. Then their is "UnCivil War"-- a thriller that is about a full scale, modern day race war that basically destroys this country. (Scary in the timeliness, but I actually wrote the first 50,000+ last November and the idea originated between the st and 2nd LA riots...so...)
I guess that is where all of you come in. I know that a lot of you read this and never feel compelled to respond or post a comment, but this is one of those times when I am almost begging you NOT to be silent. And those of you already on the serial thing or with priors (Armand...), I really value what you have to say on this subject.
So there it is. Nothing long and drawn out. Not very blog worthy, I know. However, this is one of those times that I need some input. Readers, sound off. And if a serial is where we go...how long do you feel is fitting when you are plunking down your 99 cents? I was thinking around 15,000 words.
Come back Monday when I start giving you the low down on a super anthology that will feature names like Joe McKinney, Catie Rhodes, Mark Tufo, Armand Rosamilia, and James N. Cook just to name a few. If that doesn't have your reading glands all wet and slobbery...well...you're either dead or just really hard to impress.