The first story has been published for my new series. Expire explores the difficulty of conversation, conveying meaning, and comprehension.
You can read Expire on your phone using the Medium app. If you’re not familiar with Medium, well, you should be. If you’re like me, you didn’t even realize all the content published on Medium that you were reading at first. There’s both individual writers and publishers who use the platform. The app just lets you explore the content easily on your phone, and it is the only way to read series, such as mine. No, I don’t work for Medium, I just really like the sleek platform and huge community of writers and publishers.
Okay, once you’ve downloaded the app and have my series pulled up, you’ll want to subscribe to updates. Like many apps, just scroll up to make the menu visible. There will be a drop down with an option to subscribe to updates. With this, you’ll get notified whenever a new post for the series is made. It also really helps me because it’s subscriptions that count when it comes to series. (Note: subscribing to my profile on Medium.com/@authorgreene is fantastic and appreciated, but it won’t subscribe you to my series. Each series is subscribed to separately).
To navigate through the series, just swipe left to progress forward, right to progress backwards. The app saves your progress through any series, so you don’t have to read it all at once.
Expect one new dialogue every week of 2018. Click here to check out Dialogues: a Collection of Creative Conversations, and thanks for subscribing.