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    • #16023
      Elise Stone
      Participant

        I’ll ask this in the workshop as well, but I thought I’d post my question here so I can review the answer and come up with new questions to ask.

        I understand about ordering your series/books into groups and the rationale of Tammi’s choices. However, unless a reader signs up through a generic website form (which is rare for me), they’ll be joining the list via a specific BF or FB ad cookie, in my case a short story in the same world as one of my series. So wouldn’t it make more sense to start the sequence with the series which goes with that cookie? I know, as  a reader, I’d be put off if I signed up for a list based on a post-apoc story and then the first series I was told about was space opera. I might not wait until I got to the email about the post-apoc series, but just unsubscribe right away since I’d obviously not signed up for what I thought I did.

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      • #16031
        Valerie Comer
        Participant

          Hey Elise! I attended the Tues  zoom and we did talk about this some, as one of the participants is in a similar position. In short, yes, there are ways to do it! But best to talk about it in your zoom meeting and get the specifics.

          • #16034
            Elise Stone
            Participant

              We had multiple people with the same issue in our workshop today, and Tammi gave a lot of feedback on pros and cons of each approach. I still haven’t decided what I’m going to do. I’m still chewing on the information!

              • #16041
                Valerie Comer
                Participant

                  I’ll have to go find your class’s zoom recording. I dug out my giant whiteboard yesterday and mind-mapped my “story behind the story” and I think I see how it needs to be, which isn’t precisely straightforward!

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