November 5, 2012 - www.bigworldnetwork.com – BigWorldNetwork.com today announced the launch of their Fall Season. This launch marks the site’s one year anniversary providing serialized fiction and nonfiction eSeries, also available in audio with weekly episodes, and adds several new series and continues into additional seasons for many returning series. All episodes will be available in written form on the site, and as audio on the site and podcasts on iTunes.
“We couldn’t have made it to this milestone without the incredible talent and resilience of our authors, narrators, and editing team, as well as the weekly readers and listeners who believe so strongly in what BWN is about,” said CEO and Founder Jim McGovern. “I first had the idea for BWN over a year ago, and was able to slowly build my dream by listening to the best business advice I ever received – surround yourself with people smarter than you are! BigWorldNetwork.com has come so far in this short year, and because of our amazing team and exciting plans for the next year, we know that future experiences on BWN are only going to get better and better.”
In honor of the year anniversary, BigWorldNetwork.com is offering a free gift to all current subscribers, and to anyone who signs up for a subscription during their anniversary week, November 4-10, 2012.
Returning titles for the Fall Season include adult fantasy series Autumn Harvest, as well as the popular romance series Homecoming with its next installment Identity, and many more. New series include sci-fi comedy series Changing Wax by Jared Quan, as well as a supernatural romance series Thralldom by Jamie Haden, along with several other exciting series of various genre and rating.
BigWorldNetwork.com is accepting submissions for their next Mid-Season premiere in December, deadline November 12th, and has an open submission for Miniseries and Holiday Specials.
About BigWorldNetwork.com, LLC
BigWorldNetwork.com is a unique publishing website created to offer a distinct and entertaining way to read and enjoy both fiction and nonfiction in an episodic format, not unlike a television series. Series episodes are also available in audio and as email subscriptions.