Looking for un-reviewed serials

Do you have a serial without any reviews? Are you active enough in this forum to see this post? Stick it here and I'll add it to my list. I'm going to try and do at least one a week possibly more depending on my workload. I won't promise good reviews but they will be fair.


They're completed, but I'll shoot.


http://webfictionguide.com/listings/the-taleweaver/ preferred reading site: https://getinkspired.com/en/story/436/the-taleweaver/


http://webfictionguide.com/listings/frays-in-the-weave/


The reason I don't recommend the wattpad installation for the first is because my character-chunking there sucks big-time.


Both are science fantasy at 128 and 100 K words respectively. I'd rate them PG13.


I'm not asking for a review, but thank you for even taking reviews on. It's always nice to see people actively looking for people to help. I struggle to do reviews on the other site I float around on, and the responses to putting out a review feel far too dicey / defensive sometimes.


@Sten: I wish I would have known about the Inkspired version of Taleweaver. I've been reading it on and off on Wattpad and I'm almost finished now.


Hey I have a question. Can I send a short draft of a conversation in my web serial to you so that you can quickly review it and check that my characters are speaking realistically and not like robots or caticatures?


@Emma Gah! Poor sod! I apologize.


My shorter serial "Wish Fulfilment" got a star rating from someone but has no reviews. http://webfictionguide.com/listings/wish-fulfilment/


It's only 17 parts, about 2k words each. Granted it DOES fit into a broader universe (Epsilon Project) which is continuing even now, but each little "plot" is meant to be able to stand alone, hence why I marked it as completed. (I should probably add an entry for the new one, but haven't had time to figure out RSS.)


@Rincewind I suppose critiques aren't my strong suit and I was planning on writing reader oriented reviews. But what the hell, send me an email at [email protected], my other preferred method of communication is irc if you know how to use that.


@Ego you say that but I just wrote a RS review.


@sten eep those are long, and ones a sequel, I work full time. I'll definitely write a review for tale weaver but if more people show up I'll hold off Frays for a while.


Apologies for grammar I'm typing this on a phone with a fever.


Not listed just yet, hoping soon though, I will stick it here once it's listed.


I'm in the rather rare situation where I have reviews ... that are seven years old ... for an old and long gone version of what I'm currently writing. So old and long gone that everything outside the blurb feels like it's describing a different story. Could make for an interesting comparison!


@Sten Not a big deal. I'm not too particular as long as I can read it.


Hehe, I'm almost afraid to know how someone on this site would review my webserial, but here goes: http://webfictionguide.com/listings/fantasia/


Much obliged if you get around to it.


I have four! I've got Juryokine on the review list here, but I'd appreciate if you could take a look at any of them :)


http://ajbo83.wix.com/bolander-books


@Dary: You make a good point. I archived the old listing and made a new one for you: http://webfictionguide.com/listings/orphic-phantasia/


@Chris

Ah! Thanks for that. I assumed, from the message I got when I originally tried creating a new listing, that you wanted me to use the old listing to avoid it looking like a duplicate entry, or because Site Purposes. At least this means I can stop requesting changes now!


@Dary: Don't remember what I said. I may have been grumpy that day. But, yeah, total rewrite, 5+ years later, the original reviews do seem kind of irrelevant. :)


Hi


I have an ongoing serial listed with exactly zero reviews. It's called How To Avoid Death On A Daily Basis. There are 70 chapters so far, released five days a week, avg around 1500 words per chapter, although the earlier ones are shorter.


It's a fantasy story about a guy who finds himself in a strange new world but he has absolutely no interest in fighting and killing and no special abilities or skills. Survival is his only aim.


The listing on this site can be found here: http://webfictionguide.com/listings/how-to-avoid-death-on-a-daily-basis/


and the fiction itself can be found here: http://royalroadl.com/fiction/5288


Would welcome any kind of feedback/review.


I have a couple ratings but not reviews so far. :(


Very excited that I am now listed here at WFG! SO a review of My serial would be great.


https://polemossite.wordpress.com/


I seem to have a real list now, don't expect me to be to fast with all these.