A Social Media Detox

Feb 16, 2023

Dear readers and supporters of Sunday Mornings at the River,

I wanted to take a moment to explain a decision I have recently made regarding the future of our poetry press. As the founder and editor of Sunday Mornings at the River, I have always strived to create a platform that showcases beautiful, thought-provoking poetry and makes it accessible to readers around the world.

Over the years, social media has been a powerful tool for promoting and marketing our press. Through various platforms like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, we have been able to reach a wider audience and connect with poets and readers from all corners of the globe.

However, after much consideration, I have decided to take a step back from social media in order to focus on developing our press offline. This means that we will be shifting our focus away from the stress of marketing and instead prioritizing the creation of beautiful books that can be enjoyed by readers for years to come.

While social media has been incredibly beneficial to us, I feel that it has also become a distraction from our true goal of producing high-quality poetry books that will stand the test of time.

Moving forward, we will be dedicating our efforts to sourcing and publishing the best possible poetry we can find, designing stunning book covers and layouts, and ensuring that each and every book we produce is a work of art in its own right. We will still be announcing our books through our Instagram but won’t be posting anything other than that. We will continue to send out newsletters and updates about new releases, events, and other exciting news and we will write behind the scenes glimpses over at buymeacoffee.

I am excited about this new chapter for Sunday Mornings at the River, and I hope you will be too. Thank you for your continued support, and I look forward to sharing our beautiful new books with you in the months and years to come.

Sincerely,

Becks

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