A membership scheme for readers and writers
First of all, thanks for clicking. That means you must be a little curious.
I’ve spent a lot of time talking about a membership scheme for readers and writers. It was a regular topic for us on the Write for Your Life podcast and it’s something I’ve long wanted to establish. Now’s the time.
I’m still working on a few things and, to be perfectly honest, deciding how much I should ask you to pay. I don’t have a huge audience, but some of you have followed me for years. I think it should be affordable. I want you to join.
Let me tell you what I do know.
What you’ll get
When you join the Shelflife Club, you’ll support the newsletter and gain access to a regularly updated library of literary delights, including the following.
- Shelflife Quotebook – a directory of quotes from and links to great articles from around the web.
- Shelflife Feedly Collection – all the latest articles from great blogs and websites about writing and publishing.
- Shelflife Diaries – a one-person podcast full of writing advice and a behind-the-scenes look at writing a novel.
- Plus – audiostories, writing templates, reading lists and more.
What I’d really like to do is make Shelflife Support Club a real community. If enough people sign up, and it doesn’t have to be squillions, I’ll look to establish a way for us all to talk shop, make pals and swap stories.
Show me you’re interested
If the Shelflife Support Club sounds like something you might be interested in, let me know via the handy form below. It will help me get a feel for the project. And a prize! You’ll get a special prize!