Writing Fenrir’s Tales have been a good exercise for me. I’m glad I started them. While most of them are told from Fenrir’s point of view, I’ve done a couple in different voices.
So why do I think this has been so good for me?
Yesterday while I was working away on the 9th Loki novella, I realized that I’m feeling very open about them. I used to worry, and part of this was subconscious and it only became a conscious fear when I realized it, that I’d run out of things to be humorous about in the stories or that Loki’s voice would become droll.
I have spent most of the 9th novella laughing as I’m writing.
I have to attribute that to the practice of writing humor as I’m doing in the Fenrir stories. It’s great practice and it’s paying off.
At least I think so.
In this week’s episode of Fenrir’s Tales, the balloons are up to something and children are in danger. Only Fenrir can save the day.
I am looking for other platforms to release episodic fiction. Do you have another place other than Patreon or Amazon Vella where you like to read? Let me know in the comments.