New Poem and Newsletter News

Hey Y’all!

I have two bits of news for you today. The first is that my poem “Home” is live at Dear Reader magazine. Thanks so much Dear Reader Poetry for giving my poem a home!

Check it out here and show these amazing writers some love 🙂

The second is I’m starting an email list. At the end of every month subscribers will get a newsletter with updates on my writing, any publication news I have to share, and links to all the behind-the-scenes goodness that goes on here on the blog.

If you sign up for my newsletter you will receive a link to a free download of Harbinger of Havoc, one of the short stories in my upcoming collection Pulling Teeth and Other Stories of the Slaughter Chronicles.

You will also get exclusive sales, discount codes (when I figure out how those work…when I publish more than one book…), and pre-order giveaways. Because when the first novel in The Slaughter Chronicles comes out I ever I will be handing out prizes. Awesome prizes–like shit I really want to keep for myself but I can’t because they’re for you (when I finish writing the damn book haha).

My newsletters will be delivered directly to your inbox at the end of the month, starting this Halloween. I’m not going to spam you with promotional begging or tell you every single detail about my life. I don’t have time for that. I’m taking chemistry this semester (yes, again). But once a month you’ll get a glimpse into what I’m up to and hopefully you’ll stick around for the future awesomeness to come.

You can subscribe to my newsletter by clicking on the tab in the menu above or by clicking on this link here. Enter your email address and follow the prompts.

Of course, you are free to unsubscribe at any time. If I’m not your cup of tea or tumbler of whiskey it’s okay.

So yeah, go ahead and sign up. Download Harbinger of Havoc. It’s not too bloody…I promise *crosses fingers behind back*

Love y’all, stay safe!

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Image Credit: painting by Charles Blum

Author: Jessa Forest

Jessa Forest writes poetry and dark fiction. She is the author of two poetry chapbooks and The Slaughter Chronicles, a grimdark, Lovecraftian-esque paranormal fantasy about werewolves. Her stories question the definable borders of reality and indulge in the gritty, visceral aspects of contemporary fantasy. She was born in Arkansas, USA.

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