Penny Library

New Feature! The Penny Library

There was a time in history when serial publishing was all the rage. It’s common knowledge that the Sherlock Holmes mysteries were published this way in “The Strand,” but fewer people are aware that longer works like the “Tale of Two Cities,” by Charles Dickens and “The Woman in White,” by Wilkie Collins made their debut a piece at a time in magazines like “All The Year Round.” The common citizen of the 1850’s and 1860’s waiting in eager expectation for the next installment of the day’s entertainment–what’s now considered classic literature.
Miracle Man Movers believes you are no less sophisticated than the civil war era gentlemen and ladies, so they bring you this new feature–the Penny Library. Each month’s newsletter will contain a section of novella, written by a Northwest author. You’ll be asked to vote if you want to continue this story or move to another. You’re response to this feature will keep it alive, because the goal of this newsletter is to surprise, inform, and entertain you.

This Series Comes from…

Diner Tales: A Contemporary Canterbury Anthology

Inspired by the Legendary Geoffrey Chaucer’s “Canterbury Tales” Bunch brings us a remarkable reboot of the timeless classic. Published here with permission in serial form.