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Thursday, December 01, 2016
Friday, August 26, 2016
Michael and his friends try to recruit Hatch’s Electric Youth to their side as the thrilling action continues in this electrifying sixth installment of the New York Times bestselling series! Find out more at http://www.Richardpaulevans.com Young adult fantasy, adventure
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Explore captivating stories of music changing lives around the world. Stories of Music, a multimedia anthology, features nonfiction, poetry, original music, photography, and video by 40+ authors and artists from 11 countries. A portion of book proceeds will be donated to nonprofit organizations Hungry for Music and Music and Memory. Find out more at https://StoriesOfMusic.Com/
Friday, August 05, 2016
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Thursday, May 05, 2016
Yeah, that may not be how it is for some. Me, being one.
Newsletters often get ignored in my inbox. And I labor over creating them, wondering what topics to address, what people need or want and how to be witty. If you LOVE newsletters please let me know why!
With that said, I will say that there are newsletters that I open. Some I open the second I see them come in. Brad Parks' newsletters are hilarious! Perhaps the best author newsletter out there, in my opinion. You get the information about his books that you want, but it's all done with humor.
I enjoy BookBub because I get value from it. I find free and discounted books daily and am excited to see it show up in my inbox!
I enjoy The Big Thrill, which is a thriller magazine/newsletter because it has a variety of things I like, is easy to figure what they are sharing and looks great. I only get it once a month and think of it more as an online magazine.
And I can't wait to get my weekly newsletter/eblast from Clients From Hell because, not only is it funny, not only are they all true stories, but they make me feel like I'm not along in my frustrations. I get a sense of community from it.
Newsletters are either meant to inform everyone who has expressed a specific interest in you and your work, or it is meant for that but also treated like a "member's only" event with special "insider" information to encourage more people to sign up. You need to determine with is best for you. If the newsletter is being done to get your message to the most people possible then I would suggest that you make it available on your website or blog a week or two after you send it. It re-purposes the newsletter so you get more for the energy spent creating it. Make sense?