Serial Confusion

As my latest fiction serial ‘My Bundle Of Joy’ continues, I have decided to test myself further by writing another serial at the same time.

The weather is still bad, and it is still dark early, so why not?

My original intention was to try to run both serials almost consecutively, as an experiment. But I stopped myself publishing the first part of the new one earlier.

I think two serials at the same time is too confusing for readers, and too much to ask for them to read. But I could be wrong.

Let me know what you think.

45 thoughts on “Serial Confusion

    1. Thanks for your valued opinion, Abbie. I have written a couple of episodes, but I will not publish any of them until the current serial has concluded. The readers have spoken. πŸ™‚
      Best wishes, Pete.

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  1. Two posted at the same time would be confusing and time consuming to the readers, Pete. Save the second one for posting on the rainy days, of which occur quite often in Beetly, for posting right after you finish Bundle.

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  2. I’m going to concur with the folks who prefer one serial at a time. While I enjoy them, they are a time commitment. Like many bloggers, I have reached the saturation point where I seldom add more blogs to followβ€”so many blogs, so little time. By the way, the length of your daily serial posts is just right.

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    1. The weather is terrible here too, Arlene. That’s why I might as well write, as I can’t do much else around here, and lockdown means I cannot travel further afield at the moment. πŸ™‚
      Best wishes, Pete.

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  3. Different strokes for different folks, I guess. I enjoy reading your blogs, Pete, and I think I could follow more than one serial at a time, but I can only allow a certain amount of time to online reading, so I have to be careful! Having said that, I’d rather skim or ignore some less significant reading matter to be able to read your blogs πŸ˜€ Cheers, Jon.

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