newsletters on a Sunday night

It’s a little scary, the way I can lose myself in technological mumbledeegoop. The problem-solving aspect of it is hypnotic, or maybe narcotic. I get all wound up in pixels and css and background images. I roll around in hex values until I’m all dusty. My guess is that the combination of technical problem solving and the aesthetic of the graphics works on my neural transmitters like a huge dose of serotonin.

At any rate. If you signed up for the newsletter, you should get the first issue sometime in the next five or six hours. If you don’t, please check your junk folders and filters. And if you can’t find it anywhere, then email me and I’ll see if I can sort things out. Make sure to let me know which email address you used when you signed up.

Assuming for a moment you do get the durn thing, here’s a question: any suggestions? Things you’d like to see included in the sporadically provided newsletter? I’m open to your ideas.

11 Replies to “newsletters on a Sunday night”

  1. Rosina, I’ll tell you what I’d like to see, book tour dates. One word, Vromans, the lovely independent in the Los Angeles area. All the greats go there, Diana Gabaldon, Philippa Gregory, tomorrow night former President Jimmy Carter will be reading. I remember you said you don’t enjoy book tours but your fans sure would. Just my opinion.

  2. Rosina great beginning. I’m hoping I can see spoilers here and there. That’s the first thing that came to mind, I’m sure I’m missing something. Maybe a sypnosis of the weeks weblog ??? just an idea.

    I think it’s great.

  3. Rosina, Got your newsletter. Great job. Anything that you would like to share would be great, I’m not picky. Little tibits of information on your new books would be wonderful. Thanks for the newsletter. Looking forward to the “new” storytelling weblog.

  4. I think the newsletter will be very successful. I’d like updates on how the next book is going – not necessarily spoilers. I’m just interested in the writing process.

  5. the newsletter worked perfect for me Rosina, thanks. I was wondering if “Carrie” standing there with that look on her face, is just “us” out here wondering what will come next? No pressure.;)

  6. I didn’t get the newsletter, but I did get your book delivered from Amazon today!!! I plan to read it while I wait to get my brakes fixed on my car

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