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Monthly Newsletter: Past Present and Future

The Expat in Bacolod monthly newsletter is to be cancelled from February 2019.

The updates from my author website will continue as usual. The main reason behind this is I had combined my subscriber list from here and my author website. The newsletter went out with a combined RSS Feed* showing posts from both sites.

Sadly, the January newsletter looked a mess owing to some glitch with the RSS Feed. I am unable to fix it.

Here’s how it will affect you if you are an existing subscriber to the newsletter.

  • If you see my posts via WordPress and/or WordPress Reader – nothing changes
  • If you only follow this blog via the newsletter, there will be a link back to this site from the author website newsletter so you can see if there are any updates
  • As above but if you wish to unsubscribe from the author newsletter, I will understand. I hope you don’t, but your choice

If you are new to this site and wish to get my monthly author updates, just head over there by clicking here and you will find the ‘Subscribe’ box in the right sidebar (computer) or scroll down (smartphone or tablet).

I still intend posting about Bacolod and the Philippines occasionally. My writing life has taken over from my blogging life. I guess that’s what is called progress.

Of course, I hope you still follow my progress in the writing world. There’s much more to come 🙂

You may be surprised at the size of my current book back-list. It’s grown since I first wrote and published How to Drive Like an Idiot in Bacolod.

You may check out all my books here on Amazon.

You can contact me anytime through this site or my author website or my Facebook page.

Thank you for helping me on my journey!

*RSS Feed: If you’re addicted to the constant flow of data that we know as the Internet, you’re not going to be able to manage it without some help. One way to keep track of it all has grown very popular since its introduction in 1997: RSS. Short for Really Simple Syndication (at least now — more on that later), RSS is a way to subscribe to a source of information, such as a Web site, and get brief updates delivered to you. Source: HowStuffWorks

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