Sign up for my mailing list/newsletter/digest/occasional short story/thingie

I’m going to try a newsletter thingie because people keep being surprised when I’m on book tour. They miss the posts, or the tweets, or the social media what have you and are then sad that they didn’t get to come visit and I’m sad too.

Sad.

So– I thought I’d try a mailing list/newsletter/digest/occasional short story/thing. Basically, it comes in two flavors — Event notifications and Newsletter.

The Event notifications is totally sporadic and will be confined to things like, “Hey! Me! Near you!”

The Newsletter will be a digest that drops in your inbox on Thursdays, so you don’t have to remember to swing by. It will also contain event notifications as part of the digest but not individual “I’m coming to town!” notices.

Both will get occasional, and totally random, short stories. Some of these will be rough drafts, some will be already published, and occasionally, very, very occasionally, I’ll slip in a Jane and Vincent story just for you. The two lists will get different content and you can sign up for both or just one. In theory. The theories around how this works are glorious.

Glorious is so much better than sad. Yes?

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You’ll get a confirmation email and just have to click on the link. It’s supposed to go automatically, so if you don’t see it, check spam. This is so people can’t sign up other people and force them to read my fiction against their will.

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6 thoughts on “Sign up for my mailing list/newsletter/digest/occasional short story/thingie”

  1. The first time I saw this, I just saw the title and said to myself, aaah, I’ll just keep checking her journal. I was in a hurry and didn’t read far enough to see about the BONUS CONTENT FREE STORIES!!!! But then today on Twitter people were talking about the Sherlock Holmes story, so I’m in!

  2. I would like to receive the gloriousness! Unfortunately, I get “an error occurred” when I try to subscribe?

  3. Yea! Worked this time. I guess the shift is why a bunch of your older posts showed up at the top of my feedly. 🙂 I hope to see you in Houston in May!

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