Random Thoughts

To Do Or Not Too

How did you like that little play on words? Apparently, I can be clever at times.

Remember when I talked about newsletters? Well, I’m in the process of creating them and I’m almost ready to open up subscriptions. Yay! I’m back with another poll for you lovelies. If you’d rather not read my thoughts, feel free to jump to the bottom and answer my poll, I’d appreciate it.

I know it’s taking forever, but I’m juggling several projects at the same time while trying to deal with all my issues. The last thing I want is waste people’s time if they subscribe, so I’m trying to iron out as many kinks as possible before everything begins.

That brings me to the point of this post. Some authors like to give away exclusive freebies to subscribers. I thought perhaps I’d do the same, as a thanks for joining. But before I dive in head first, I wanted to test the waters, so to speak. Ask how everyone feels about it.

I mentioned before doing a divided newsletter where people can choose any combination of the following: updates, poetry-focused issues, and fiction-focused issues. Depending on what people set for their preferences, I can offer a small chapbook, and/or a short book. In terms of the book, I’m unsure about the final length, but I’m thinking novelette or novella, and the genre will be romance (no paranormal aspects like the Earthen Witch universe). If there’s no interest, I can set those projects aside and come back to them later.

So, tell me, my friends, would you like to receive exclusive freebies?

If you have reservations or alternative suggestions, please let me know in the comments.

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29 thoughts on “To Do Or Not Too”

  1. I think freebies are a cool idea. I voted “maybe” because,for me, it would depend on what it is more specifically, though I think it is a generally good idea (and take into account I’m horrible at being decisive πŸ˜‰ )

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    1. Yeah, I realize that a romance isn’t the type of thing most men like to read. When it comes to my fiction, I think my primary audience is still mostly women, but my poetry is suitable for most audiences. So I understand that it may not appeal to everyone. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, John. 😊

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      1. Most definitely πŸ˜€ One of my challenges for 2017 is to read books outside of my preferred genre (paranormal romance) and I’ve been reading some regular romance too πŸ™‚

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