Virtual Tales Hires Additional Editors for its Serialized Novels

From: Virtual Tales
Published: Sun May 28 2006

Virtual Tales, an e-publisher of serialized novels and novellas spanning a variety of fiction genres and styles, announced that it has hired additional editors for its recently launched serialized fiction website. The editors selected to fill these positions have extensive individual and collective editorial experience covering a wide range of genre fiction.

"We are adding new editors because we are receiving so many high-quality story submissions," said Dave A. Law, Chairman of Virtual Tales. "Our original editors have been assigned as many serials as they can handle, so we needed to add to our editorial team in order to acquire more serials for our customers to enjoy. Our website shelves may still look a little bare right now, but readers will have a wider variety of titles to choose from starting in June and beyond."

The newest editors to join Virtual Tales include:

Jeannette Cezanne – a provider of freelance writing and editing services through her company, Customline Wordware, for over twenty-five years. She also hosts an Internet radio show, The World of Publishing. Jeannette will be editing serials in the Mystery/Crime and Romance genres for Virtual Tales.

Betty Dobson -- a freelance writer/editor and owner of InkSpotter Publishing, she publishes two monthly newsletters and hosts an annual flash fiction contest. She's a prize-winning poet, essayist, and short story writer whose work appears in a variety of print and online journals. She will edit primarily in the Mystery/Crime and Romance genres for Virtual Tales.

Jake George -- a published author and owner of Sage Words Services, a Native American owned and operated editing, proofreading and web design company. Jake is a guest columnist for Florida Today newspaper and has been published in numerous online and print magazines. Jake will be editing stories for Virtual Tales in our Westerns and General Fiction genres.

Joan McNulty Pulver -- a course developer and facilitator at Writers' Village University, she also serves as the Acquisitions/Personnel Director and Senior Fantasy Editor at ePress-online and runs an editing and critiquing business, Team Spirit Critique and Editing, LCC. Joan will be working primarily with new titles in the Science Fiction and Fantasy genres at Virtual Tales.

Virtual Tales is a privately held partnership founded in December 2005 to deliver serialized fiction via e-mail to its subscribers through its website, It offers serialized novels in both general and genre fiction for prices starting at 39¢ per issue. The stories are delivered through email twice a week as PDF (Adobe Acrobat) files suitable for reading on a PC, Mac, PDA, e-reader or other devices with e-mail capabilities. All stories are available for a free trial subscription, so readers everywhere are encouraged to visit the website and sample the offerings at no cost or obligation.
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