Join the Stormwolf Mailing List
In this new world of digital distribution, I’m turning out a fair amount of work which is digital-original. I mention it in blog posts and on Twitter and Facebook. I realize that I’ve really missed the boat, all these years, by not putting together a mailing list for folks where I can shoot off an email to let them know a new product is available. The problem with blog posts and tweets and Facebook mentions is that they scroll off so fast these days, folks miss them. (The alternative is a constant stream of reminders, which gets old VERY fast.)
You can join my mailing list by hitting this link, or by clicking on the QR code above. This will send you to a Mailchimp sign-up page, and you’ll get an email confirming your subscription. (I found Mailchimp because the Macallan distillery uses them. Why not go with the best, right?)
A couple of notes:
1) Only sign up if you’re interested in being notified when I have new work available for purchase. Let me make no bones about it—this is a commercial list, not a news list. News I’ll still shoot out on Twitter and Facebook and post here. If you want to make sure you don’t miss new releases, this is the list you want to be on.
2) I will not give away your information or share it with anyone else. The only person authorized to send email to this list will be me.
3) I might include, in an email that refers to a product of mine, a mention of a product by another author or friend. I’ll only do this in the case of products I think you’ll enjoy, and I’ll be doing it because I like the project. I’m not selling access to the list or inclusions in emails. That would just be tacky.
4) You’ll get no more than one email a month on this list, and certainly no more than a dozen in a year. (Probably fewer.) Again, this list will just contain news of products of mine that you’ll be interested in buying, reading and/or playing.
5) To reiterate: this list is just for folks who want to be a Patron of the Arts and snag stuff when it comes out. I really do appreciate your patronage. It keeps a roof over my head, and the products you buy determine what I’ll be turning out. Voting with your dollars really works in that regard.
Mailchimp makes a basic account available for free up to 2,000 users. In the event that you push it over that limit, I’ll find a way to cope.