This bird wouldn’t “voom” if you put four million volts through it!

I’m just back from the Meddwlcoed retreat and raring to go on the novel revision after making extensive notes on it all weekend. But this blog post is about the situation with a certain blue bird.

With the shenanigans at Twitter I’m reviving the idea of creating an email newsletter. It’s been on the backburner for a while but might be a better way of shouting into the void than my political rants on Twitter. I’ve not done so before because: imposter syndrome.

So, by publicly announcing it as a motivation for actually doing it, I’ll send my first newsletter in January. If you’d like to sign up to it I’ll be putting a link up before the end of the year (and will announce that in a follow up blog).

If you’re the kind of person who’d sign up for a newsletter drop a comment to let me know what sort of things you’d like me to cover.

I’ll also be keeping the blog going, not least for a monthly Writing About Writing About Writing post.

Published by suttope

Pete W Sutton is a writer and editor. His two short story collections – A Tiding of Magpies and The Museum for Forgetting – were shortlisted for Best Collection in the British Fantasy Awards in 2017 & 2022 respectively. His novel – Seven Deadly Swords – was published by Grimbold Books. He has edited several short story anthologies and is the editor for the British Fantasy Society Horizons fiction magazine.

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