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“Immortal Symphony” Serial Fiction Coming January 2013

September 7, 2012

In January, I’m going to be trying something new. Storm Moon Press has begun to advertise our new serial line that will go live during our three year anniversary. I’ll be honest, I’ve been very again serial fiction for a long, long time. I’ve never understood the appeal of paying for installments of a story that, when it’s all said and done, would cost me more than if the author had simply written and published the novel in one go. I still don’t get the draw of that particular type of serial fiction, but hey, to each their own, I say!

Storm Moon Press, though, is doing something very different. It’s more in line with those old radio shows or modern episodic television. 😀 Once we thought of it in that model, it gelled wonderfully in our brains, and it was a serial model I could really get behind. There’s no gouging of our readers. There are three ways to enjoy the serial, three way to pay. It’s very exciting!

K. and I will be debuting a serial called Immortal Symphony, and right now, it’s planned out as five seasons (each season will contain six episodes, each episode being between 15,000 and 20,000 words). 😀 We’ve already plotted out the first three episodes and, by the end of the weekend, I’m hoping to have the entire first season ready to write! Season One is called Overture, and the first four episodes are called A Meeting of Fate, Life of the Party, Ghost in the Closet, and Shadow from the Past. Now that I’ve shared that, I’ll share the blurb.

You think you know the story of Dorian Gray, but you’re wrong. The real story didn’t end the way Oscar Wilde penned; in fact, it hasn’t ended at all. The ageless beauty of Dorian Gray walks now in our world of cellphones and lattes and internet porn. His latest conquest is Gabriel Lawrence, a paranormal investigator with a secret or two of his own. But the trouble with a life as long as Dorian’s is that the skeletons are threatening to overrun the closet… and not all of them want to stay dead.

The first episode should be available January 11th, 2012 (which is the second Friday of the month, which is when each episode will drop). All first episodes will be priced at $0.99, and then all subsequent episodes are priced based on length. If a reader is a fan, though, and know they’d want to read all of Overture, they can buy a Season Pass for $13.99. I can hear the complaints now, though. 😉 It’s $13.99. Well, there’s added value in the Season Pass. Season Pass holders will be able to access bonus content and will receive the final ebook at no extra charge. In the case of Immortal Symphony, K. and I plan to offer the kinkier sex scenes that would otherwise slow down the pace of the story proper and some glimpses into Gabriel’s past lives with Dorian. So, with this, readers get 120,000 word novel and probably an additional 40,000 words in short stories and bonus scenes.

I’m really pumped about this. It’s new, it’s different, and I think it’ll give K. and I an awesome opportunity to offer some really great fiction. I hope my readers are behind me on this one. >.> I promise, you won’t be disappointed.

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