Monday, March 14, 2016

The Monthly Treasure is Relaunching!

ETP has news, and I am so excited to share it with you!

We are so thankful for all our authors, readers, and followers, and we want to make sure you are up-to-date on all the news coming out of ETP each month. A great way to do this is obviously to follow our blog (have you followed us yet? You should!). But where do you find all the info about our new and upcoming releases, our amazing staff, and our phenomenal authors? By subscribing to the ETP newsletter!

In April, the Monthly Treasure will relaunch. In case you aren’t one of our awesome subscribers, The Monthly Treasure is the ETP monthly newsletter; your source for all our monthly updates, new releases, staff profiles, and author spotlights. We will also be highlighting events of interest to our fellow bookworms around the country, like book festivals, signings, and conferences.

You do not want to miss out on this awesome source of news from your favorite publishing house, so make sure to subscribe, using the subscription form in the sidebar.

Wait, I’m already subscribed to the blog. Why should I bother with the newsletter?

The Monthly Treasure is going to be full of content, some of which you will find complimented on the blog, but some of which you will ONLY get in the newsletter.

1. Advance notice of ALL new releases. Every new release gets a blog write-up, but teasers and advance notice are exclusive to the newsletter.

2. Author spotlights. Follow up with your favorite authors in guest articles and exclusive content, keeping you up-to-date on what is happening in the world of ETP writers.

3. Event calendar. We know our readers and authors are just as passionate about books as we are. The newsletter will feature upcoming events in the book world from all over the US.

Plus tons more as we add to, tweak, and rework the newsletter over the next few months; but you’ll miss it all if you don’t subscribe! Hit the subscribe button in the sidebar to make sure get the first new issue on April 1st!

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