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PostPosted: Wed Aug 21, 2019 9:10 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

I haven't been able to access the forum here, for a while. Lee Kline at RSI was nice enough to restore my access to it manually. My personal thanks to her for doing that for me.

So, I have decided (a couple of weeks or so ago) to bring Suspense & Decision magazine out of mothballs. I was fortunate enough to be able to finally recover some files from a hard drive that was on my old computer that died many months back.

As part of the attempt to get the magazine rolling again, I decided to make a few changes, and one of them is with using MailChimp to allow people to subscribe to a new PBM newsletter. My experience with it, thus far, has been very positive.

If those of you in the Duel2 player community wish to subscribe to this new PBM list for Suspense & Decision magazine and PlayByMail.Net, then here is the link for you to subscribe to it.


This mailing list does NOT do daily mailings, but you will be notified whenever a new issue of Suspense & Decision magazine gets released, and there will occasionally be a few other mailings done via this PBM list, as well. Using MailChimp makes it easy to unsubscribe, if you ever want to go that route, also. I tested it, myself, so I know that it works smoothly. I don't have any desire to send mailings to PBM gamers who do not want them, but for those who do, I want to have a better system in place than the one that I used, before, back when Suspense & Decision was published previously.

If you have any articles to submit to future issues of Suspense & Decision magazine, whether for Duel2 or for other games that you are playing, then send then to me at: playbymail.net@gmail.com

Thank you for your time, and for any interest you might have!

- Charles Mosteller -
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