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After talking to a couple of people who follow me on Twitter and somehow didn’t realize I’d published a book, let alone 15, I’ve been thinking about how it might be possible to increase the general awareness of Castalia’s catalog while simultaneously expanding our collective meme war capabilities. Nearly 10,000 of you are on the New Release mailing list, but I’m not willing to use that for anything but announcing new ebook releases once or twice a month. We don’t even email announcements of new print or audiobook editions, although we probably should.

But I was thinking that by putting out a Meme of the Day, which everyone on the MemeWar email list could then put up on their blog, Gab, or Twitter that day, we might be able to effectively set things trending on a regular basis. The Meme of the Day would be “sponsored” by one of our books, which might or might not be related.

Today’s MOTD. Do feel free to spread the love.

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