A Dime For Your Stories
Check out my latest post on the Heroes, Heroines, and History Blog. – A Dime For Your Stories.
I write dime novels—or I would have in the mid-1800s. They provided cheap, fun entertainment to the masses, unlike more expensive, serious literary works. I would have been in good company with the likes of Louisa May Alcott, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Alfred Lord Tennyson. Many lesser-known and part-time authors also contributed to the genre. The authors. . .