I’d love your feedback!

Posted January 13, 2017 by Theresa DaLayne in Blog / 12 Comments


Hey there!

As you may know from previous posts, I’m in the midst of creating new content for my newsletter. A while back I asked you, what’s your favorite kind of newsletter post? You answered, and I used your feedback to write up the weekly newsletters you get now. But if you’ve already received all 17 newsletters, then you’ve stopped getting them on a regular basis. Why? To be honest, I’ve ran out of really good ideas for content, and I don’t want to send you e-mails filled with stuff you don’t care about or are bored of.

So, I need your help!

Please comment below with the kind of newsletter posts you want to see. Take into consideration the posts I currently have. :) To refresh your memory, here’s the list of newsletters to-date.

  • Welcome e-mail
  • New adult book trailer for The Edge of You
  • Amazon prime/Kindle Unlimited
  • Character Interview
  • Invitation to be a VIP Reviewer–free books!
  • Stone Legacy Book Teaser
  • Dream Cast Core members
  • Author Interview
  • Free backgrounds
  • Contessa’s Tea Recipe
  • Stone Legacy Playlist
  • Who is my biggest influence?
  • Mayan Chocolate truffle recipe
  • Tour of Kodiak
  • Mayan Zodiac Symbol
  • If you’re wondering what happened to the Maya…
  • Anniversary e-mail

Is there something particular you want that’s not on this list? If so, please let me know! Until then, i’ll be brainstorming on my own. Thank you!

With peace,



12 Responses to “I’d love your feedback!”


    I have just pre-ordered The Stone Trilogy box set and i will leave an honest review. I enjoy your newletters and reading is a big part of my life for which i thank my lovely dad

    • Aww, that’s so sweet. It’s wonderful to have something as precious as the love of books passed down by a parent.

      Thank you so much for your pre-order!!! <3 Your review is super appreciated, too.

  2. sherry butcher

    Like the newsletters, also like to see links to win free paperback book. I still do not have a kindle or table to read books from. Thanks for all you do.

  3. Ieshea

    If you have ran out of things for now to tell us about beyond what you have already done,that is cool.Truthfully I like newsletters/emails that have something of substance to them.On the other hand if you just want to check in or you have tidbits about you and/or your books,I am happy with that also.Just please no long babble because you don’t have anything in specific to tell us,but you feel you must email us

    • That’s *exactly* what I want to avoid. Long babbles with no point. That’s why the brainstorming process is so vital, and that’s also why I ask for your feedback, so I know what interests you. Thanks so much for the comment!

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