Any serials powered by blogger?

5 months ago | ewolf20 (Member)

Just asking since I want to see some examples of that.

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  1. SovereignofAshes (Member)

    Posted 5 months ago

    One of the 'biggest' is George M. Frost's "The Zombie Knight Saga"
    http://thezombieknight.blogspot.com

    There is "Outliers" by Knifleman
    http://thezombieknight.blogspot.com

    There is "Peter and the Vampires" by Darren Pillsbury, I think it's either finished or abandoned, though.
    http://peterandthevampires.blogspot.com

    ...I know there has to be a lot of others, but after going through about sixty some odd fictions, I keep seeing a whole lot of Wordpress, lol.

    Oh, and because I'm so used to having to shill myself out on places like RRL, now...

    A tremendously and awe-inspiringly awesome story by a really humble writer that I'm in no way attached to or biased towards in any way whatsoever...

    "The Vorrgistadt Saga" by this charming, wonderful, up-and-coming heart-throb, SovereignofAshes.
    Who is this guy?! I hear good things! What's that? He's the next George R.R. Martin? Really?! Wow!
    What's that? A 'diamond in the rough'? Did someone say this fiction needs more reviews on WFG?! That the author will give reviews back if given any? Sounds like a pretty swell person.
    https://vorrgistadt.blogspot.ca

    (Yes, all the exclamation points made me feel like I was reading "Antigua" for those privy to such literary treasures)

    I have stuff on here too! The Vorrgistadt Saga.
  2. SovereignofAshes (Member)

    Posted 5 months ago

    *** Correction ***

    "Outliers" by Knifleman
    http://outlierswebserial.blogspot.com

    Mea culpa Knifleman; please don't knifle me; mea maxima culpa.

    I have stuff on here too! The Vorrgistadt Saga.
  3. ewolf20 (Member)

    Posted 5 months ago

    all of these bring me hope.

  4. Miladysa (Member)

    Posted 5 months ago

    Refuge of Delayed Souls
    https://roydss.blogspot.co.uk/

    I LOVE that blogger is free to use and develop. Plus, no adverts! :)

  5. MaddiroseX (Member)

    Posted 5 months ago

    I did my first serial, Orbital Academy, on blogger for a while. It's comparable to Wordpress, I didn't have any complaints. My second (and current) serial I host on Wordpress. Given that I want more control over the look of my site for my next serial, I'm going back and forth on whether to set it up on Blogger or a self-hosted Wordpress distribution.

    Spurs & Seraphim (ongoing) | Beta Key (complete) | Twisted Cogs (complete) | Orbital Academy (complete)
  6. Jesse Graves (Member)

    Posted 5 months ago

    I'm a new kid on the block and I too host my web serial on Blogger. I update once a week (Saturdays) and I just got started. Hard to find an audience, but I'm hoping my comments sections silence will one day be broken.
    http://perspectivepourri.blogspot.com/

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