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My audiobook voice actors, Phil Blechman and Raven recorded the first two chapters of Zombie Turkeys.
Here’s the ACX site where I’m recording
If you’re a writer or author, this next article will interest you:
Here’s how this article from Goodreads starts:
Rainy Kaye August 24, 2016
It seems to me, fiction books can be broken down into major classifications: ones read to see how it ends, and others read to experience the journey. Okay, there’s also the ones read for both reasons, so maybe three. 😉
But my point is, sometimes “how it ends” isn’t a worthy driving factor. This is particularly true for prequels. The reader already knows the conclusion: Did they live? Did they come back? Did they make up? All that has been answered if they read the first story.
Authors can run into this problem when writing the story about a side character also. Unless their story stretches on past the original book, it’s about like a prequel; the reader already knows they wound up from A to B.
So, here are five ways to get the most out of a prequel or side story that ends up somewhere near where the original story begins.
I didn’t know this review was here. I didn’t publish the work. But someone mentioned me. Specifically, the review mentioned Andy Zach and My Undead Mother-in-law.
Where was the review? Amazon.uk Did you know they had a UK site? Here it is:
The work? The SciFan Magazine, Issue 8
Here’s the review:
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