My serial, Stories of the People-Niiganabiik's World, has finally been accepted over to the Jukepop Serials site. Those of you who have followed my sometimes convoluted journey through the writing world are familiar with some of the synopses I've posted here and there on one or the other of my various blogs and sites.
I may have seemed to be one of those ditzy type people. I assure you, there is a method to my madness. In this great, big, wonderful world, there are many ways of getting to the same place. My way is one of them.
My understanding of the ways of this particular site: You can vote for my story, you can make comments, suggestions, and add my book to your bookshelf. Of course, I am free to take comments and suggestions under advisement. How this works is what I've been searching for.
I wanted to do something like this whilst polishing up my trilogies. That was the whole purpose of starting the StoryKeeper blog, which I will be using to concentrate on flash fiction.
And now thanks to Jukepop Serials, I think I can move forward with my plans. Jukepop has instituted a donations button which I am finding a bit hard to set up. Not sure what I have done wrong, so it must be the gremlins having a bit of fun this late spring. The story is free to read, hmm, maybe not free in that you have to have an account to read, and vote.
Oh and do tell me if you like the cover.
A collection of short stories told by the Stories of the People in Niganabiik’s World. The collection begins with the origins of the Windigo in “Tale of the Windigo” and the battles of two legends who rose to fight the Windigo with the establishment of two Orders, Aaedaan Oakes in the “Clan of the Walkers” and Tallulah Nokomis in the “Clan of the Midnight Moon.”
The saga contains the tale of three people who know the influence of the Windigo is not over; Victorios “Victor” McLeod who has fought the Spiritual being in “Dreams,” Dr. I.R. Graham who found the manuscripts “Written Long Ago” and Viitah Tallulah Nokomis who was lost in the “Valley of Shadows.”