I used to write long, pithy, beautifully laid out magazine style newsletters complete with advertisements and clickable content pages. (Former magazine editor. Can you tell?)
Then I figured out that a lot of people were skipping past the spectacular typography to get to the contest page, and discarding the rest. <grin> They were reading during their coffee break at work and they had to get to the important stuff, dammit.
So now I do plain, simple newsletters that only have the important stuff in them. You can read them inside five minutes and they’re all content, no fluff. Settle down with a coffee and you’ll be done long before the cup is empty.
I’ve pared the newsletter down to bare bones announcements — it is the place where you will find out first, early and before anyone else about my latest book release. In other words, the important stuff. There might be one, perhaps two newsletters a month. Contrary to public opinion I’m really do not write that fast.
If you want to find out more about my books or me, or keep up with my posts without having to remember to visit this site, subscribe to my blog feed — either via your favourite news reader, or you can have it delivered via email, just like a newsletter.
I post every couple of days and the posts range all over the place: my whacked out personal life (married to a pro wrestler, three cats name Merry, Pippin and Strider, a day job that insists – dammit – I stop writing novels occasionally and how I get around that, and my chef daughter, sell snow-to-Inuits son, and death-metal musician son-#2); sex and sexuality; paranormal romance; vampires (yeah!), and much, much more.
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