The 18th of April, in ’75

(hardly a man is still alive who remembers that famous day and year and the midnight ride of Paul Revere…just sayin’… My second fav patriot…right after Sam Adams)  To Arms! To Arms! A Word with You Press is Coming! (to a newsletter near you) Literati! I have collected, one at a time, your email addresses …

(hardly a man is still alive who remembers that famous day and year and the midnight ride of Paul Revere…just sayin’… My second fav patriot…right after Sam Adams)

 To Arms! To Arms! A Word with You Press is Coming!

(to a newsletter near you)

Literati!

I have collected, one at a time, your email addresses over the five years we have inhabited cyberspace, and when the spirit has moved me, dropped you a line about our contests or other writerly things. (I dabbled a short time with Mail Chimp, but it was a one sided affair and I should not have monkeyed around)

Because I sent you direct emails, you had no way to unsubscribe if what I was sending you was not germane to your interests. The newsletter changes that.

In a few days we will be launching the premier issue of our long overdue newsletter. It will highlight the events of the week here at the Towers and on line, and give you a heads up of what is yet to be. We are united by the power and beauty of the written world, and that’s what the coming newsletter and A Word with You Press is all about.

When it arrives at your doorstep, I do hope you will give it a read before wrapping the fish with it, but you will have the option to unsubscribe.

YOUR OTHER OPTION IS TO SHARE IT WITH YOUR FRIENDS!  Share the link of FB and include us in your vespers!

We want you to stay, play, write, save the world, and grow with us. That can’t happen if you unsubscribe.

if you go away…if you go away…if you go away…

BUT!  If you stay, I’ll make you a night, like no night has been, or will be again…

Stay with us!

Thorn

Moi-in-chief

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2 comments

  1. Parisianne Modert says:

    One if by land, two if by sea, I’ll be staying rest assured you can be. Three if by air with the words in the clouds from a bird, my friends won’t be turning redcoat even if ordered by the ghost of King George the third.

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