One of the challenges that come with trying to serialize a story on WordPress is keeping chapters organized. There are several ways to work around this, including custom post types and taxonomies. I’ve decided, however, to keep things uber-simple and host The Lore of Hegira on its own dedicated WordPress site, eliminating the need for all the bells, whistles, and work that would need to be done under the hood.
The Lore of Hegira is now hosted at
Episodes Published so far:
- The Undead Head
- Hell to Pay
- Hungry Borja Babies
The Lore of Hegira is also being cross posted to Wattpad. As most of you might already know, Wattpad is an online platform for posting works of fiction and comes part and parcel with a massive online reading community. Wattpad even has a mobile app, so reading on the go is super convenient. Click to Read The Lore of Hegira on Wattpad.
The thing with that though, is that it is very easy to get lost in the fray. With that in mind, I ask that if you like this story, please help me to spread the word.
How You Can Help
- Share chapters on Social Media via the share buttons at the bottom of each post
- Link to www.tonyarmoore.com/hegira on your blog or via Social Media
- Recommend the story to your fellow space opera loving friends
- Vote for story episodes on Wattpad
- Comment on entries that you like (or dislike)
Constructive Critiques are Welcome
Nobody’s perfect. I believe that writing is always a learning process, both for reader and writer. I know I make mistakes. I know I’m not the greatest writer in the world either, so while I cannot (absolutely will not) abide by pointless verbal abuse, constructive critiques, questions, and corrections are always, always most welcome.
Something Else to Keep in Mind
I appreciate the time every single reader takes to peruse my work. Thank you for reading the Lore of Hegira. I know not everyone who reads and likes my work will want to leave a comment or make their presence known. I appreciate it all. Thank you all for reading this. Thank you all for being here. Thank you all for being you.