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Let’s keep in touch. My VIP members newsletter has been running for more than 20 years.  And thanks to lots of coffee and tea, it’s still going strong.

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Because you’re a reader of my books. Or you want to be. Or you will be very, very soon.

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Pretty much what’s going on in my world, which hits the heights, crashes and burns, jumps the shark, bites the bullet and includes my wonder dog Lucy, Juno the Cool Cat, my obsessions with secret gardens, gothic fiction, the whisper of horror, the happy stuff, too, and more.

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I plug my books in my newsletter.

I push them, prod them, promote them. But usually with special deals for you.

And you want to read them (look into my eyes, you…want…to…read…them.)

My emails only come as frequently as I have news for you.

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douglasclegg2015-dark-2About the Newsletter

Douglas Clegg News  began in early 1999 when Doug launched the world’s first ebook serial novel in weekly installments. This occurred a decade after his first novel Goat Dance came out from Simon & Schuster. That ebook serial novel, Naomi, was called “the first major work of fiction to originate in cyberspace,” by Publishers Weekly.

With his fiction published in hardcover, trade paperback, mass market paperback and in ebook, Clegg has written more than 35 books, which have been translated into more than a dozen languages around the world. Although he has written in the genres of horror, suspense, historicals and dark fantasy, he considers himself a writer of dark fiction.