Authors Alyssa Urbano and Ansela Corsino chat about the online serial fiction writing life. If you're an author on Wattpad / Radish / Tapas (or you want to be), get some insights on how you can find your audience and improve your writing career.
Online Serial Fiction Platforms, Part 2
Alyssa and I continue discussing online serial fiction platforms with the lowdown on Inkitt, Tapas, Hooked, Tap, Archive of Our Own and Fanfiction.net. Just like last episode, we weigh the pros and cons of each platform to help you decide if any of them is right for you and your publishing needs.
Online Serial Fiction Platforms, Part 1
Our first real serial writing-related topic is— platforms! Alyssa and I tackle Radish Fiction and online fiction juggernaut Wattpad. We weigh the pros and cons of both platforms to help you decide if any of these two is right for you and your publishing needs. We also tackle the Wattpad Next Beta program — which just got out of beta and is now called Paid Stories. Don't forget to tune in to the next episode, part 2 of this two-part series, where we discuss other major online serial fiction platforms.
More Writer Tag
Alyssa and I are back to answer the last 10 question of the Writer Tag. Even though nobody tagged us, we thought we'd do it anyway. We're supposed to tag another writer when we do this but we won't because I generally hate getting tagged (except for very specific circumstances) so I won't do that to any of you. But feel free to take the questions and answer them on your own website, podcast or platform. I mean, we can't really stop you.
It's our first episode! Alyssa and I answer the first ten questions of the Writer Tag as an introduction of sorts so you can get to know us better.