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Authors Showcase features horror by Robert Chazz Chute and romance by Dimitri Sarantis

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The Book: This Plague of Days: Season One The Author: Robert Chazz Chute The Story: Jaimie Spencer is an autistic boy who rarely speaks. He’s obsessed with words and Latin dictionaries and his world barely intersects with our own.

Robert Chazz Chute‘s insight:

Ooh! This Plague of Days on the Authors Showcase at Venture Galleries! Yay!

 

But wait, there’s more!

 

You guys know that This Plague of Days is my serialization experiment. What you don’t know, until now, is that authors Caleb Pirtle and Stephen Woodfin have invited me to serialize another book at Venture Galleries! Holy crap! So happy to be on a site with so many awesome authors serializing such interesting fiction. And they get a ton of well-deserved traffic.

 

More on the Venture Galleries serial soon. 

 

In the meantime, think on this: What new opportunities can you create to connect with readers? What can you do in a cooperative with other writers to reach new audiences? We need to work together to get over the wall. 

 

Big things are on the way.

 

~ Chazz

See on venturegalleries.com

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