The Days Ahead
Storyslinger is live!
Hello and welcome to the first month of my newsletter! Thanks so much for supporting this effort and being here during launch. Everyone receiving this message gets a free paid subscription for the month of November. Please leave comments on the various things being published this month (including this update) and let me know what you think. It’s a work in progress and your opinion is important!
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This month launches the new Storyslinger newsletter and I have written a monthly newsletter that covers the goings on. And there is a lot to talk about. It will be the first official publication and comes out tomorrow.
This month’s original story is based on an actual dream that I had. On its surface, it’s a story about becoming a father and facing mortality. But as the story builds, it becomes more about how we live and what is important in a life well lived. It’s called “Father’s Fury,” and certainly has some angry overtones. I’m sure you will feel something about it that’s worth commenting. It will post on 8 November.
This month’s episode is about Substack, of course. I will also review a book by another author. My reading will be the original story published this month, “Father’s Fury.” The episode will be available here at Substack (along with the transcript) on 15 November. It will also go out in an email and you can listen to it from within your email or in the Substack app.
There will be a giveaway this month (🥳), stay tuned for details. And don’t forget that all three 2022 book releases (Vodou Princess, Advisor, and The Sea at Sunrise) are now available in paperback on Amazon. They make great gifts for the coming holiday season!
Enjoy the launch…and Happy Halloween! 🎃👻🦇🧟
And thanks for being part of the journey!
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