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Now Offering Paid Subscriptions for What to Read Next
For just about three years, you’ve seen What to Read Next hit your inbox every single Friday morning. I’m at 155 straight weeks and counting. As the number of subscribers goes up and up, the time I spend crafting this newsletter also goes up. I want to ensure that every word is on purpose and that every book I cover is given its due so that no matter your reading tastes, you’ll enjoy the books I’m reviewing and recommending.
With that in mind, I’ve had a number of subscribers ask about the possibility of contributing on a monthly basis to help the cause. Today, I’m now able to offer that option:
For now, subscribing as a paid member isn’t too different. Everyone still gets the weekly Friday newsletter for free. There are a few benefits though:
Occasional subscriber-only book reviews/articles and interviews. (The number of these subscriber-only posts will increase as the number of paying subscribers increases.)
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Personalized book recommendations! If you’re a paying subscriber, you can email me anytime for a book rec (for you or someone else). I know I feature a lot of books of here, and not everything is for everyone. Let me know a few books you’ve recently enjoyed and/or what you’re in the mood for, and I’ll give you a few ideas. Consider me you bookish concierge.
Knowing you’re contributing to my work. The more paying subscribers I have, the more I can do with this newsletter: more books covered, more lists, more interviews (and more in-depth), podcast reviews (it’s been requested), and more.
If you’re feeling extra generous and want to consider yourself a true patron, you can subscribe at a “Founder” level. That’ll get you the above benefits, but also a couple more:
Book mail! I get a lot of books from publishers. At the Founder level, you’ll get a miscellaneous box of books from me.
Some other goodies that I’m still brainstorming.
Quick note: If you’re already a subscriber of The Big Read, I’ll send you a code for getting the first year free.
Again, the Friday morning What to Read Next newsletter remains free for all subscribers. The purpose of subscribing is simple: you’ll be supporting the work I’m doing and allowing me to do even more in the way of sending more great bookish content to your inbox.
If you have any further questions about being a paid contributor, please let me know by replying to this email.
I sincerely and deeply appreciate the consideration.