Welcome back to Substack Reads! With 2023 well underway, and a slew of new and exciting Substack publications to share, we can’t wait to get stuck in.
Today I published my first essay on freshstartpress.substack.com What an exciting way to begin 2023! I invite Guest Posts that capture life's momentous turning points. My own transformation began with the unravelling of a long marriage. What happened to you?
I really enjoyed reading about Barnes and Noble and their turn-around 😊
Happy New Year! I am new to Substack and found my way here by following writer, cook, and artist Kate Hill https://katehillfrance.substack.com/ Cheers!
Adam is so good, and I'm glad this particular post of his has received such attention. Here's my profile of Adam and his process, if you want an insider's look:
That newsletter about Barnes and Noble by Ted Gioia is one of the most interesting things I've read this year. Okay, it hasn't ben been a week but it's still a great read.
I have been working on becoming a more frequent, dedicated Substack writer. I was invited to this site by a fantastic writer, Sue Ferrera. Tales of a Wayward Yogini (https://waywardyogini.substack.com/) is her place. "Here you will read about life and aging---accepting the inevitable---with tools and inspiration for your journey". I invite you to visit. It is a comfortable place to hang out. My Substack is okay too. Vicki with an i
Hi! I write in spanish and I've found a lot of great substacks in my language, maybe it worths a section or special recommendations...
Some of mine: https://jorgecarrion21.substack.com/ https://tendencias.substack.com/ https://josedemontfort.substack.com/ https://creartranquila.substack.com/ https://elextraordinario.substack.com/ https://aniko.substack.com/
I read everything that David Michie writes
This is a really great selection of newsletters! Thanks for sharing! Now I just need to figure out how to read all that. :)
Am very happy to start this Substack.com channel with a love❤️yeah am singing Searching, for real life 24years 🇬🇭 Ghana
Beautifully bitter sweet
Has Substack thought about offering a bundle price for different substacks authors? But don’t give arbitrary ones. Instead do it by number of authors eg three would be one price, 5 another, and then 10 or more. Most can’t afford to do $5/month/author just as they couldn’t subscribe to a separate price for news reporter. If authors knew they’d get a guaranteed price for going with a bundle and hence more subscribers, you’d think they’d favor such a deal.
I’ve been enjoying Jake Newby’s Concrete Avalanche (https://jakenewby.substack.com), about mostly independent music from China.
I started my own Substack in the summer of 2020. It's here https://rozenberg.substack.com and it's called A Lawyer Writes. It's mainly about legal developments affecting the United Kingdom. I'm delighted to see that another well-known UK legal commentator has just moved to Substack. He's David Allen Green and you can read his Law and Lore Blog here: https://lawandlore.substack.com We have different interest, experience and approaches. So there's certainly room for the two of us — and I hope many more.
I like the idea
My publication One Could Argue would be a great entry for Substack Reads!