Okay, so I've seen this question get answered before for comics, but I haven't seen any clear answers in regards to novels. So if this is a repeat post, I apologize.
The thing is, I'm almost done posting the first book of my Devil's Colt series. I've been steadily posting one episode a day for the past however many days since I first came to Tapas, doing edits, revisions, and additions as I go. And finally, we're nearing the tail end of the first story.
I have a nice shiny new piece of cover art ready to go for when book two starts, but I'm at a loss as to what to do with it. I've heard some people suggest I just tack it on to the end of book one and continue the story as a single series, but then I've also had people tell me it's better to end each installment and start up a new one for sequels.
I'm currently at sixty subscribers with this first story, and while it would be nice to reach a hundred before it's done, I just don't think that's going to happen. So what do I do? Do I continue with book two in the same series? Or do I create a new series, title it as the second book in the Devil's Colt saga, and hope that the ones who come to read it will also like and subscribe to the first book as well?
Which is the better choice? Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.