Signing Up For The Free Newsletter

Posted by admin - 23/06/16 at 10:06 pm

Good news on the publishing front, as well as the humor front, sarcasm front, and any other fronts I may be a part of. Based on my growing frustrations with Facebook as a marketing platform, I’m starting an email newsletter.

Long story made short, I put a lot of work into sending my comedy bits and other random posts out through Facebook (and Twitter), and I’m realizing they aren’t getting seen. My views have gone from thousands to, oh, eleven. That’s not something I can put up with, so I’m doing this myself.

Here’s the link to the signup page for the new email newsletter.
And my promises to you? I will not spam you. I will not send more than one email a week to you. In fact, I’m usually so far behind, I’ll be lucky to get one out a month. But I’ll definitely send out an email when I’ve got something you might be interested in reading.

For example, over the next six weeks, I’ve got a book coming out (“I Hate It Here: A Love Story,” the travel humor book that’s Swiffering the nation). In the newsletter, I’ll do sample chapters, audiobook excerpts, cover reveals (including the cover that was so hilariously awful, I bought it anyway), and other bonus content. So go ahead and sign up for the newsletter now.

By the way, on the newsletter sign-up form, it asks you for your address. If you don’t want to give it, I understand completely. I promise, I’m not going to show up at your house and ask to crash on the couch and do laundry for a weekend. But as you probably know if you follow me on social media, I wind up in a lot of weird places and I love to send postcards, so everytime I go somewhere to write, I’ll just randomly send out postcards to people who’ve signed up for my email list. It’s just my little way of saying thank you for encouraging my behavior.

It’s low-stress, you can sign up or unsubscribe as you’d like. The link again is ThisIsMyWinningStreak.com, feel free to send it to lovers, friend, enemies, people you meet at Target, bus stop companions, etc. Every little bit helps. Thanks again.

— Reid

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