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Serializing Your Novel: A Chat with David J. Schwartz

Many famous novels were originally serialized in magazines, coming out in regular installments that kept readers coming back for more. Nowadays you can serialize your book on Amazon, and have readers pay one price for your partial manuscript and then automatically receive each installment as you update. (And yes, there are other ways to serialize. And yes, we will likely discuss those as well.)

Local author David J. Schwartz has been receiving a lot of buzz for his serialized story, "Gooseberry Bluff Community College of Magic." His short stories have been published all over the place, and he's been nominated for a nebula, but this work is being serialized via Amazon's Kindle Serials program. Feel free to come with questions, or to talk about your own experiences serializing your work. We'll see you there!

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  • David B.

    I felt it was very instructive to meet with someone who had so recently gone through this unique process and come out with lots of positive experiences and some lessons learned.

    2 · June 2, 2013

  • Hilary Moon M.

    My RSVP includes guest speaker David J. Schwartz.

    April 12, 2013

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