You should get an introductory email from me, right about… now, with links to your free book. If you don’t see it in your inbox, please check your spam or promotions tab. If you tell your email that it’s not spam, you should see it in your inbox next time. 😉
You can read below to find out what to expect from your subscription. If you’d like to find me on Facebook, I’m here.
If you signed up for my newsletter, you will get a few introductory emails and then it will come about twice a month and might include announcements like a new book coming out, or a sale or event. It will probably include one or more giveaways of books that might interest you. Feel free to share on social media or forward the email to a friend who might like it. You can see what I already have out on my Books page.
If you signed up for my ARC list, you will receive a couple of emails, then the next step depends on whether or not I currently have a book available for an ARC. If I do, you will receive another email with a link to your free book. Happy reading! Let me know how you like it. If I don’t have one available right now, you will be contacted when I do. If you have a friend who is interested, please send them to my website to sign up for themselves. While you are waiting for your ARC, feel free to check out my Books page to see if there’s something else you’d like to read.
If you signed up for blog updates, you’ll get one update at the beginning of each month, with the last three posts listed in excerpts. I usually alternate a “favorite books” post with something about my books, or my writing process, or writing in general. Feel free to share on social media or forward the email to a friend who might like it. If you’d like to get started with previous posts, click here.
And as a bonus:
If you want to also be a beta reader, you are welcome to send me an email and tell me why and what you think you can offer. A beta reader reads a book even earlier than ARC readers, early enough that it might still have problems. It is his (or her) role to point out problems to the author while there is still time to fix them, as well as point out good things so the author doesn’t accidentally change them. (Don’t worry, what you can offer isn’t as hard as you think. “I’m great at finding plot holes” is good, as is “I love improving character motivations” or “I can say when it’s boring or confusing,” or any number of other “if only I could have told that author this before the book came out” skills.) You are expected to keep the advance peek to yourself, of course. 🙂
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