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THE PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF is nine months old now. There’s been some amazing growing pains involved, but there’s still work to be done to find this blog’s niche.
One thing I started to notice, though I have loved all the support for mysteries and “cozy mysteries” in particular, is that the Pulp portion of the mission statement of this blog seems to be getting overlooked. There will be a change coming in 2017 that will hopefully bring some more balance to the content.
THE PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF will expand to Fridays starting December 2016. However, for December, the Friday slots will be opened to mystery and suspense books in order to encourage more holiday purchases and give more authors exposure. While Friday will continue to be a regular slot, in the following year the purpose will be more specific.
Starting in January 2017, the Friday slots will turn over to being more themed by featuring classic and contemporary Pulp books as well as titles that can tie their roots to the classic Pulps – SF, fantasy, and thriller. Mondays and Wednesdays will remain more traditional mystery whodunits and crime, particularly Mondays as that has been established with the #mondaysformystery hashtag. Over the next few months, the status of how to best use Wednesdays will be evaluated.
Thank you for your continued support of THE PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF.
This post details PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF administrator Shannon Muir’s experiences talking about book blogs and other resources for finding new book reads as part of LOSCON 43, held November 25-27, 2016, at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott.
Pictured from left to right: Aviya Amir, Shannon Muir
THE PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF brings you mysteries by Shannon Muir, serialized on Tumblr blogs. As of this weekend (4th weekend in November, 2016), changes are being made to the lineup with the introduction of WILLOWBROOK MYSTERIES CASE FILES.
Big City Mysteries (releases every 1st weekend, average 250-500 words per episode installment)
Willowbrook Mysteries Case Files (releases every 2nd and 4th weekend, average 250-500 words per episode installment)
Discoverwords Mysteries (releases every 3rd weekend, average 250-500 words per episode installment)
PAST WEB SERIALS
Myanna Moore: Haunted by the Truth – Serialized adventures of potentially paranormally gifted investigator Myanna Moore as she unravels the mystery of her own life. Episodes One and Two complete. Subsequent installments released as special one week events on months where there are 5 weekends.
You can always find out the latest release schedule on the WEB FICTION SERIALS page.
The MYANNA MOORE: HAUNTED BY THE TRUTH serial fiction presented by PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF, written by administrator Shannon Muir, now has its first full installments available for purchase in e-book form. In addition to the episode as it first appeared on the Tumblr site, each includes stories, novellas, or novels that take place in the same world as Myanna Moore. Most of these materials were previously released, but marketed in a different manner. The backing materials in what will be episodes Five and Six of the six-episode arc will contain never before released novels.
Each installment is 99 cents USD.
Find out more about Epsiodes One and Two and where to purchase them!