Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) September 21, 2007
Today, finding something entertaining is as easy as jumping onto Youtube.com. But with the visual advancements, some of the imagination might have been lost. Fortunately, there is a new website that integrates the past and the present, while bringing in a new spin from the future.
Shadowdaily.com reawakens the worlds of the emotionally-connecting short story and the edge-of-your-seat radio serial by fusing them and imbuing that new creation with the cinematic zeitgeist of today to create a form of pure entertainment that is free from the creative restrictions prevalent in the the old media. Monsters, Aliens, crime thrillers, sci-fi thrillers, and more can be found in the pages of the Shadow daily anthology. There is truly something for everyone.
Asked why readers enjoy the anthology website, Founder and Editor-in-Chief Scott Amundson replied, "Shadowdaily.com features multiple contributing writers, who post their continuing serialized stories, each week. These writers have fresh voices that aren't being heard in the established media. Because the Daily Shadow is a web-based anthology, we are able to provide content that connects more deeply with today's global audience and have an immediacy that print anthologies can't quite capture." Besides being able to submit comments, suggestions, still photographs, videos, and more, readers can also participate in the dialogue by discussing their reactions to stories in real time in each story's certain-to-be-lively comments section.
Unlike Amazon.com's new Shorts section, shadowdaily.com keeps all of their short stories 100% free for all to enjoy. When questioned how he can afford to offer such fresh quality and abundant quantity of literature and entertainment value for free, Amundson said the site is funded by advertising revenue.
Up next for shadowdaily.com? "We just added a button to print a handsome hard copy of the week's serials. Maybe, you have a little time on the subway or you're waiting on set or you just want something to read on the beach or something. Now, we have a button to accomodate that. Our readers are busy young go-getters and they appreciate the option to take the stories with them. People like the convenience of on-demand entertainment, and we are looking into iPod and portable Reader distribution in the future, as well, but the real exciting stuff will be happening on the site. So, stay tuned!"
To experience the twenty-first century of literature, visit http://www.shadowdaily.com.