Perhaps you’ve seen the big blue button in the menu bar that says “Exclusive Content.” It’s hard to miss. It’s right there. Just look up. (You might have to scroll up first.)
That button will take you to a page where you can sign up for my newsletter. By signing up for my newsletter, you’ll have access to that exclusive content, including a free e-book. Yes, e-book. Not paperback. Not hardcover. E-book.
But that e-book will be super amazing, and you should want to read it! How do I know? How indeed!*
(For the record, I can’t spend postage, shipping, and printing costs on everyone who wants to click the join button. If I could, I’d be driving a better car. But e-books? Sky’s the limit!)
Now, by signing up for my newsletter, you’re saying you want a free e-book, but you’re also agreeing to let me send you news, information, special offers, and new book announcements directly to your email. If you’ve ever signed up for any mailing list, then you know how this works. No new surprises here.
Whether you get this email after signup will depend on your spam filters, of course, so check your junk folder periodically to make sure the Internet gremlins haven’t been playing a game of “Filter Out the Thing I Want” with your free e-book (and the other stuff I may email you about). But once you’re signed up and you’ve checked your inbox for the welcome email, then you can get your free book (to be retrieved from StoryOrigin) and start receiving all of my lovely messages related to news, updates, special offers, etc. along with it. Because I know you care about that far more than a free book.
What you won’t get is a bunch of spam about my cats. I’ve saved all the cat spam for my site pages (just check the end of this page for an example). Basically, I’ll send you what I, myself, would want to receive if I were in your shoes. That’ll likely equate to one monthly newsletter about whatever I’m working on or thinking about, and the periodic surprise email whenever I’ve got a special offer to share or a new book to promote. Because I’m a slow producer, I’d expect the new book announcements to happen just a few times a year or less.