DANIEL QUENTIN STEELE IS BACK-
AND THERE’S A FREE NOVEL
Hi. I hope you’ll take a moment to look over this newsletter. I apologize for the long delay in contacting those of you who have followed my writing since I started posting in Literotica in 2010. There are a lot of reasons for the delay, but I hope it’s past now.
The important news is that I’m back and if you decide to follow my writing again, I’d like to send you a FREE 50,000-word short novel titled “The Currency of Time.” It features new characters, but some old ones appear showing a few new facets of their character. I think it’s as good as anything I’ve written.
I’m going to wait about a week to allow anyone who wants off the Newletter list or just doesn’t want “Currency” to contact me. If I don’t hear from you, I’ll send it to you in a week. As always, I’d love to get your thoughts, bad or good.
I’m also going to start posting new material on Literotica and the stories will be sent first to anyone on my mailing list before being posted.
On the matter that most of you are probably interested in, “When We Were Married -4 – The Past Never Dies” should be finished before the end of the year. I hit a roadblock late last year and it’s taken me this long to figure out how to get past it. I believe that those of you who read it will agree it’s as good as the first three books. Among other things, it explores a mystery that’s been building since the first book. Read the chapter – “Who Is William Maitland?”
Now for the most important part of this newsletter. It’s been a long time and I wouldn’t be surprised if some of you who’ve contacted me over the years have lost interest and don’t want to continue receiving communications from me. I’ve tried to set this up for an automatic withdrawal but I’m not sure it’s working.
The easiest way to get your name off my list is to simply hit reply, type “NO” and send it back to me. I promise that any ‘NO’s’ I receive will immediately be removed from the mailing list.
Finally, I hope many of you will elect to continue receiving this newsletter. Feedback from readers has always been the best thing about writing my stories.
If you want a copy of “Currency,” email me at email@example.com.
Daniel Quentin Steele