London Brown a Serial Series

I’m sure that there are readers who will wonder why I decided to write London Brown in a Serial Series format.

Let me start with what both terms mean.

Serial: anything published, broadcast, etc., in short installments at regular intervals, as a novel appearing in successive issues of a magazine

Series: a group or a number of related or similar things, events, etc., arranged or occurring in temporal, spatial, or other order or succession; sequence.

In literature, a serial is a publishing format by which a single large work, most often a work of narrative fiction, is presented in contiguous (typically chronological) installments—also known as numbers, parts, or fascicles—either issued as separate publications or appearing in sequential issues of a single periodical publication

I am a fan of Serial Series. Unfortunately, there are very few fictional types of stories in this format. Comic books. Books for teens. Soap Operas.  Televisions shows are in this format but I watch vary little these days. I wanted something in a genre that I would interested in reading. I’d love to be able to pick up a fictional written format of this type of storytelling so I decided to write it. Up until recently the publishing market hasn’t had the flexibility that it currently does. Printing books cost a lot of money publishing house wanted to reduce production expenses.

The way I’ve laid out the series is that there will be episodes at regular intervals until complete.

“The medium is the message” Marshall McLuhan



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