The Rebecca Reads Newsletter

I’ve been pondering the past years of back posts on Rebecca Reads. I get tons of hits from search engines on those posts, so all the hard work is not for naught.

But I’ve been thinking a lot about how the blogosphere has been constantly changing. There are many people out there who didn’t see my first posts in April 2008. So now, three years later, I hope to resurrect some of those posts via a special new newsletter.

Once a month, you’ll get recycled content from Rebecca Reads in your email inbox. The Newsletter is not a 1000 word post about one book you need to read. Rather, it covers the quotes and summaries, the criticisms and praise for 8-10 different books (or posts) on Rebecca Reads in 100-150 word blurbs. If you enjoy the blurb, you can always read the full review on Rebecca Reads: or, you can stick with brevity and still learn something new.

The only danger is that it could run havoc on your to be read list: “Oh yeah! I meant to read that!”

Sign up for The Rebecca Reads Newsletter!

There’s an issue with this sign up. I hope to get sign up open again by next week! Sorry for the delay. The inaugural issue will be a little bit late as well.

(The issue should be fixed now.)

About the author 

Rebecca Reid

Rebecca Reid is a homeschooling, stay-at-home mother seeking to make the journey of life-long learning fun by reading lots of good books. Rebecca Reads provides reviews of children's literature she has enjoyed with her children; nonfiction that enhances understanding of educational philosophies, history and more; and classical literature that Rebecca enjoys reading.

  1. What a clever idea Rebecca! I’ve been reading your blog since the beginning, but I’m tempted to sign up anyway to be reminded. 😉 Also, now I totally want to do a similar-ish monthly post. Would you be terribly angry if I copied you (giving you credit)? I won’t do it if you will be, because I value you too much!

      1. Oh yay! Although I’ll probably just do a blog post instead of a newsletter; not sure I’m savvy enough to figure out the latter.

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