Karavansara

East of Constantinople, West of Shanghai

The Karavansara Blog Mailing List

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Par_avionAs you probably noticed, I’ve added a mailing list to the Karavansara Blog.
I’m using Mailchimp, that seems to work just fine1.
The idea is to use this tool to keep my readers… to keep YOU, in other words, up to date about my activities – new ebooks and podcasts, new stories in magazines, online events and what not – and get you the information before I post about it on the blog… if I will post it on the blog at all.
This won’t be a high-volume mailing list, and it will not have a regular schedule.
You’ll get a mail from me in your mailbox only when there’s something I think might interest you.
And no spam, absolutely no spam.
And I’ll include mailing-list-exclusive special offers, Smashwords tokens and discounts on my ebooks, or free contents – because nobody can resist a bribe, right?

And for starters, should you subscribe (and I hope you will!), you’ll get a zip file with my short story Interesting Times in both epub and mobi formats, DRM-free.

interesting cover

It’s a weird story, vaguely decopunk, somewhat lovecraftian, quite pulpy, set in Shanghai.
Because you know I’ve got a thing about Shanghai.
So, sign up for the Karavansara Blog Mailing List, and get your free story.
Have fun!


  1. but please, let me know should you experience any problem withe the mailing system! 
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Author: Davide Mana

Paleontologist. By day, researcher, teacher and ecological statistics guru. By night, pulp fantasy author-publisher, translator and blogger. In the spare time, Orientalist Anonymous, guerilla cook.

3 thoughts on “The Karavansara Blog Mailing List

  1. I just want to let you know that yesterday I mentioned you are writing the Star Eagles fiction snippets in the Ganesha Games newsletter, and I linked to Karavansara so you should get some traffic.

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    • Thank you!
      I am seriously thinking about a proper story set in the Star Eagles universe, because it’s a lot of fun as a setting, and it would be easy to come up with good story ideas.

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  2. Pingback: Language and Stories | Karavansara

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