The HOOK Scoop

Sign-up to The HOOK Scoop and each month you'll get:

  • a round-up of my best, recently published content;
  • recommendations for the most useful curated resources from that month;
  • news about forthcoming books or training products (before anyone else knows about them):
  • opportunities to apply to beta read resources;
  • a glimpse into what's on my mind that month. No cat pics, I promise.
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What happens when I subscribe?

Once you've submitted your details on the form above, you'll receive an automated email asking you to click on a button to confirm that you consent to receive these emails.

You'll then receive a confirmation email to welcome you.

After this you can expect an email at the end of each month rounding up the best of my own content, my top curated picks and all the latest on what's been happening at HOOK training.

​Wait ... you mean I don't get any freebies?

Nope. I know it's standard practice to "bribe" readers into giving up their email address in exchange for a free ebook PDF or checklist.

But, personally, I'd rather be curating valuable content for a smaller list of engaged subscribers who look forward to my emails for their own sake, rather than sending to a larger list with only 21% of them opening emails because they never wanted to subscribe in the first place.

How can I make sure I actually get your emails in my inbox?

Round-up emails like The HOOK scoop, by definition, contain lots of links. This triggers some email apps to hold their noses and quietly relegate these emails to the "Promotions" tab or worse, to your spam folder.

There are 4 ways to let your email software know that you want to see these emails in your primary inbox:

  1. whitelist the email address e.g. by adding the email address to your contacts or by moving the email into your Primary tab;
  2. open these emails regularly;
  3. click on any links that you find interesting;
  4. reply directly to an email if you want to make a comment.

How can I unsubscribe?

I hate spam as much as you probably do. I only want to send you emails if you are finding them useful. If your interests or circumstances change, there won't be any hard feelings from me.

There's a link at the bottom of every email to allow you to unsubscribe from this list or all lists.

You can read more about how HOOK training treats your personal information in the Privacy policy.

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