“Blackjack: Ransom for a Dead King”                                                                               An Adventurous Gift for You

There are so many ways to tell a story. Print, e-books, audio, just to name a few, are growing in popularity as part of the Indy book movement (despite the doctored figures big publishers want people to believe). Podcasting and YouTube shows also speak to new venues for connecting with audiences. And, of course, the world is overrun with blogs, mine included.

But how else can creatives share a story with readers? 

Blackjack creator Alex Simmons and I think we may have found a fresh way to share the kind of pulp, cliffhanger-style, serialized adventure we have aways loved, and we are doing exactly that, for free.
The idea is a “found file” format, where readers get to see the file of one of the story’s characters. Subsequent materials come from a variety of sources and have been gathered so he can see the whole story …. And so can we.

Your part in all this is to sit back, scroll through, and have fun (and hopefully let us know what you think). 

Here are the first two chapters. More will come every Saturday around noon, just like the old time serials. Enjoy.

 Chapter One 
  
  
  
  
 Chapter 2 

  
  
  
  
  

Christopher Ryan is author of City of Woe, available on Kindle and Nook, and in print. For more info, click here.

About chrisryanwrites

I do my best to tell fast-paced stories with humor and heart. My fiction work is available on amazon.com. Here, I’ll write about the sources for those stories from what I read, watch, listen to, and observe to my experiences as a former award-winning journalist, high school teacher, actor, and producer.
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