I’ve made my first Mormon literature e-book: Nephi Anderson’s 1891 novella “Almina.”
“Almina” was Anderson’s first published attempt at long fiction. It was serialized in The Contributor from November 1891 to May 1892 while Anderson was serving his mission in Norway. Although he rarely mentioned his fiction in his mission journal, he had this to say on December 23, 1891:
“Yesterday received news and papers from home. “Contributor” No. 1 of Vol. 13 Containing ‘Almina’.”
The title was underlined with a squiggly line. I guess that means he was excited.
Let me know if you have any trouble.