Don’t be a victim of the social media conspiracy – sign up for my newsletter today


You guys might have heard that I have a newsletter. Or possibly, you didn’t. That’s my fault because I haven’t been pushing my newsletter as much as I probably should. Mainly, I don’t like being a pushy person, so I’ve got signup forms galore on this site. I’d rather you sign up if the mood strikes you to do so.

But here’s the problem. I rely on Facebook too much to get the word out about all things book-related. And Facebook is GREAT. I love Facebook. I love interacting with readers on Facebook.

Too bad Facebook doesn’t always love me.

So hence this post and a polite request (and a little bribery) to sign up for my newsletter. Over the coming months, I plan to be a better newsletter sender, as in I might actually send one out more than a few times a year. There might be exclusive content and prizes and other shit too. Same with this blog. I’d like to see it grow, because what happens if hell freezes over and Facebook goes dark someday?

Having a direct connection to you amazing readers is invaluable. I ALWAYS send out new release alerts, so you’ll never miss a new book, even if Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Tumblr, and Instagram decide to collectively stop working. Actually, I’m not even on the last two, so scratch that, lol. Now wouldn’t that be a social media conspiracy of epic proportions?

Long story short? The newsletter is the way to go, as is signing up to receive blog updates. These two aren’t likely to go away anytime soon. And to sweeten the deal, I’m going to dangle the first chapter of The Devil’s Wife in front of you as incentive. Newsletter subscribers will receive a sneak peek of chapter one shortly. If you’d like to sign up and join the cool kids, you can do so below. But you’re pretty cool even if you don’t, so no hard feelings. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

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