Serial Stories Galore

Yesterday, I started thinking about whether I’d chosen the right idea for the first serial story in this venture I’m doing and in the midst of that, came up with an idea.

Instead of continuing with Snøfall: The Legend of Svendsen next week, I’m going to post the first part of another idea for another serial story and do it again for the week after next.

Then I’ll open a poll and you, the reader, can vote for the story you want to read the most!

Without further ado, here are the contenders!


#1 – Snøfall: The Legend of Svendsen:

Despite their mother’s efforts, fifteen-year-old twins Mette and Hans-Peter have grown up hearing the stories of the legendary Rolf Svendsen, who fought against the injustices in their tiny village. But when things went wrong, he disappeared. Now, with their mother in danger and the hold on their village tightening, they go on a quest to find Rolf in the hopes that he’ll help once more.


#2 The Journey Home:

Fourteen-year-old Madison Jennings has yet another dream about being abducted, but when she tells her dad about it, he brushes her off and says it’s only her imagination.

Anthony Blake, a private investigator, uses every minute of his spare time when he can to pursue leads on an eleven-year-old cold case for personal reasons.


#3 – The Family Trap:

When the orphan train comes through their town, feuding neighbors Cordelia Owens and Thaddeus Wilder each decide to adopt an orphan, but a problem soon arises – the girl she wants and the boy he wants are siblings.


There you go! The poll will open on June 25 and the closing date is TBD.

 

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