The Weekly Man is , like it says above, the world's first free daily serialized coffee break novel. I checked this out on the internet and, yes, I get to claim this title along with having published the world's first laundromance.
If you're just coming here for the first time and the novel has already started, you can click the From the Start link below and catch up. That will mean opening a lot of separate PDF files. See the NOTE above to avoid this at all costs.
There are also links for the blog version (best on laptops and desktops) and a cell version (best on phones).
It's about a group of people somehow joined by a secret that goes back to their childhood, but none of them know about it until they're in their 30s and start meeting on social media and almost in real life. What finally happens changes their lives forever...and then things get really weird.
Nothing is as it seems.
OK. So there are seven main characters and they all have similar names. Coincidence? Not really. When you start getting into the story, you'll see how I was forced into these names. And you'll forgive me. I hope.
Jacques writes laundromances. So do I. And I'm looking into the matter of whether or not he's been using my stuff without my permission. I mean, I was created before I created this character.
WARNING! Don't click here until you've read up to Episode 22. You'll ruin the surprise.
Writing The Weekly Man took place, off and on, for eight years...with over a year of that on research just to work out the details of how something like this could happen. This is the story about that.