The Seriphyn Knight New Decade

Aligning to My New Decade Plan, I will finish what I started by 2025. I created this series back in 2006, lingering in and out of cache servers for many years. No more will it remain a shadow or figment of imagination. I'm making this series a real deal. Here is how.

Is the World Ready for Change?

A Zaldizko change that is. Always seeking.

To be Diverse and Inclusive

Doing my best to contribute to a forward thinking generation and future.

Original Music Makes

Still around to the traps.

To be Diverse and Inclusive

Doing my best to contribute to a forward thinking generation and future.

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Dragonieth: Albion New Cover


New replacement cover for Dragonieth: Albion ebook episode to showcase Albion a bit more. Live on ebook channels.

Think Dazzy peeps will recognize the dragon well. 😁

Saturday, March 7, 2020

Seriphyn Knight - Cover Releases & Versions




Releasing covers early for my motivation towards the next episode in the Seriphyn Knight Chronicle's saga.

The Zaldizko paperback is planned for the version that would be delivered out of Draft2Digital distribution platform.

Magism and Animachines is the next episode for release in the Fourth Zaldizko book, which is due. I've yet to determine a target release date for this one.

Sunday, March 1, 2020

Book Completion Schedule 2020 & 2021

Target completion dates for my in progress books
As of 03-01-2020



Title
Free Platform
Paid Channel
Target End Date
% Finished
TMS as V8
Webnovel
Webnovel
01/04/2020
82%
To Like A-Man
Tapread
Google/Kobo
30/06/2020
25%
The Fourth Zaldizko
Tapread
Google/Kobo
31/10/2020
37%
Dragonieth
Tapread
Google/Kobo
31/01/2021
13%
Reborn Legacy
-
-
01/04/2021
13%
Siren’s Scourge
-
-
01/08/2021
0%

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Seriphyn Knight Chronicles Series Update




Due to the recent issues where a lot of Webnovel and Royal Road stories have been stolen and published on Amazon.  I made another quick decision to also publish The Fourth Zaldizko in episode e-book versions.

The first three episodes will be available for sale at all good electronic book sellers by the end of this month and first week of March.  I'm selling them for $1 an episode plus tax (prices may vary due to currency conversions).

Each book contains between 16k - 20k worth of content, which has a start and finish. However, they do flow-on to each other since they logically make up one big book. At the start of each book is a recap summary of the previous episode.

This story will continue to be released to Tapread.com as well for free in its entirety. The mini e-books are also another offline option and a way for a reader to show some extra support.





Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Dragonieth Episode Ebook & Tapread Version

From today, all my stories shared on Tapread, and similar sites, will also be made available as an ebook download as an episode.

These first of these stories is Dragonieth, with the Tapread posts collated into the first episode of the saga. 



This is my way to cater to various reading needs.  There will be a locale $1 charge to download this book from stores like Kobo. Hopefully, it'll be worthwhile.

Link to Tapread version: http://www.tapread.com/book/detail/111
Ebook stores: https://books2read.com/u/38ZQlZ

Saturday, February 1, 2020

Slight Revision of New Decade Plans

Based on the less than stellar reception of IKD at Tapread, I've made a snap decision and revision to my New Decade Plan.

I've decided to dedicate Original Music Makes (OMM) series to paperback releases via Amazon.

I've removed this series from all Read-as-Write story sharing sites (e.g. Webnovel, Tapread, Wattpad...).

This series will be revamped as a proper light novel, as originally intended.  I'll also eventually do the same for Seriphyn Knight.

As it's clear that the RaW readerbase isn't working for them. They fair better as traditional paperback where the story  is completed.

These books will be according to the raito noberu standard.


Sunday, January 5, 2020

Revised Seriphyn Knight Tapread Covers


Revised Tapread covers with the new series logo.  I'll need to ensure all books are completed by the end of this year.

Hopefully these work as good click-bait.

Saturday, January 4, 2020

I'm Kita Duran is Featured!


Thank you Tapread.com for featuring I'm Kita Duran.  It's a story that has been in the shadows for a long time.  I'm slowly correcting grammar issues as I go.

I'm so stoopid for posting up to chapter 30 without seeing the eyesores. I'm slowly fixing up. Then I'll continue to post the remaining chapters. Fixing the grammar as I go of course.

Happy author. So many good blessings to start the year.

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

New Decade Plans

Welcome to a new decade! 

Marvellous isn't it?  To be able to live and see a new age of books. 

Over the next few years, I'll continue to work through my brand plans and in progress catalogue as I've mentioned on post Brand Plans.

Adding to this brand plan is a change for the Original Music Makes series. 

Stepping away from traditional ebook distribution. I'll focus solely on paperback releases to Amazon and Rakuten Kobo channels.  

In place of ebook distribution. I've decided to use Tapread as the exclusive online hub for my digital catalogue of works.  This includes the Original Music Makes series. 

From today, I'm Kita Duran will be made available to read in full to Tapread over the coming weeks. 

The book will be removed from all distribution channels once the full Tapread book is live. All paperback versions remain.


When The Fourth Zaldizko is completed.  I'll remove Zaldizko from all ebook distributors and leave the paperback options in place.  This will be over the coming months.


Why did I decide to go with Tapread and not Wattpad or Webnovel for the digital catalogue?
  • Wattpad is great for presentation, but niche stories have a hard time finding readers.
  • Webnovel is great for readership, but their audience is a singular target. Niche and native English stories do terribly there. It's a hard market to crack as readers are fixated on trends.
Tapread held the best balance of the two.  I do run a risk of placing all my eggs in their basket. Since they are green-bloods to the user content market. So far, I love the presentation and vibe of their site. They continue to aim for professionalism. 

I did consider Royal Road. It doesn't cater for mobile reading. 

That's the plan for this year and the next three.


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