Now, some have you may have seen me around here, if not shamelessly advertising on other various sites. Rest assured, even though I don't post all that regularly, I do usually come and check here most days, just to see what's happening. I'm something of a lurker, you see. But, as the old proverb goes, 'Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.'
Today, however, I come asking (well, more like on my knees begging, to be honest) for a review of my serial web novel 'The Grimmery'. It had just recently been listed on this lovely site, as I hadn't had three regular installments posted yet, but now that I have three chapters (and a prologue, all quite lengthy) I finally submitted it and it is finally listed.
For those of you (probably most of you) who don't know, 'The Grimmery' is a sort of urban fantasy, supernatural story following a group of people with missing memories, strange powers and the ability to see ghosts. I'll just post the blurb here:
But when his dead boss appears to him as a ghost and tells him to investigate some mysterious fires that have been happening recently, Anton realises there may be more to his missing month than he first suspects.
The listing can be found here: http://webfictionguide.com/listings/the-grimmery/
The link to the site is here: http://thegrimmerynovel.blogspot.com/
The direct link to the start (that is, the prologue) is here: http://thegrimmerynovel.blogspot.com/2009/12/here-is-first-installment-of-grimmery.html
There are only three chapters at the moment (not including the prologue), but, looking at past postings, I've found I usually get a chapter up once a month, so that may become my new aim.
If you do decide to write a review of 'The Grimmery', I will be eternally grateful. For infinity and forever. And I'll make sure to give you a big thank you when you do, regardless of whether or not you give me a tongue lashing and tell me to pack up or praise my humble work. Any publicity, any criticism, anything at all, would be nice right now.
Thank you so much,