Before you delete this email, I promise to make my plead short and sweet.
I would love for you to subscribe to my infrequent update mailing list. At the moment, less than seven percent (7%) of the incredible readers of this blog do.
All you have to do is click here and fill in three short blanks and hit the “submit” button. Easy – peasy.
Why I ask
Being able to contact people interested in reading what I write is essential to building a writing career. The number one way marketing gurus everywhere agree to do this is to have a list of email addresses of people who WANT to read your stuff.
Is that you? If so, I promise not to fill your email inbox with junk. In six months, I have sent exactly THREE newsletters.
Think you might be interested? Sign up here.
What You’re Signing up For
If you complete this form, you’re telling me it’s OK with you if I send you information about upcoming book releases. I also might send information about personal appearances (but I don’t have any of these on my immediate horizon).
This isn’t a weekly newsletter. It probably won’t even wing its way to you on a monthly basis.
I will give you a hint, though. This fall, I have two exciting new releases on the schedule. Once I have specific details, people signed up for my newsletter will get all the details.
I’m also offering access to a subscriber-only short story. When you sign up for my newsletter, you’ll get access to the story.
The newsletters will offer special promotional prices and easy links for purchasing from your favorite retailer.
I appreciate you reading to the end of this post.
I love you if you sign up for the newsletter. Click. Complete. Submit.
You make my world a better place.
End of this begging session. Now back to your regularly scheduled blog reading.