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The last ten emails I sent had an average reading time of 101 seconds.

And that’s if you’re reading out loud! Which you are free to do, in any local town square. Just bring a QR code with the signup link, yeah?

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No. The newsletter is its own reward. Also I haven’t got round to making one. Also you don’t need another PDF in your life, do you?

I send it every Thursday afternoon.

Mate. Can’t believe this isn’t sinking in. It’s so short.

“She made me spit out my tea reading her newsletter today.”