New Logo: The Gibson Newsletter

Hi! Dominique Gibson is back with another post. As I am working on the latest edition of The Gibson Newsletter, I decided to make this announcement on my blog considering I am going to be so busy working on my newsletter and the latest draft of ‘Courtney Redemption’ and a few other things that need my attention. Anyways, considering how much of a struggle it has been for me to keep doing newsletters every month due to my conflicting schedule with my full-time job, I have decided to do the newsletters six times a year (Every two months). Here is how the schedule will go.

January/February 2023

March/ April 2023

May/June 2023

July/August 2023

September/October 2023

November/December 2023

I think this schedule will work a lot better for me considering it will give me more time to think about the content I want to present to you coming from the author’s perspective. The topic for the January/February issue is a really good topic that authors and readers should explore. If you want a copy of it, please feel free to sign up for my email list down below.

As you can see, I have introduced a new logo that you will be seeing in the new Gibson newsletter for the new year. I think it’s looks pretty neat. One final change I wanted to mention is that my newsletters will start becoming shorter from now on. Instead of the extra content I have been doing for the last three years, I will be posting articles about some of the things that I am passionate about or which grabs my attention at the moment. I will be posting some things that are related to my own work as well but I will also post some things that are happening in the publishing world in addition to what readers are reading now a days, the latest trends, etc.

I hope you will enjoy my newsletter this month and for the coming months afterwards. See you soon.

Dominique Gibson

Published by Dominique Gibson

My first love has always been writing since I was eight years old. After getting my Bachelor's Degree in Fiction Writing from Columbia College Chicago and struggling for years trying to get published the traditional way, I decided that the only way to promote my work was to promote myself which is why I am self-publishing my paranormal romance The Truson S.E.T. Series.

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