I’m doing a bit of longer form writing over on Substack for subscribers – I’ve just been talking about why skin pigmentation bothers us so much, for example. My Substack is a served-ad free space originally set up for those readers who couldn’t get along with the ads but is now taking on a bit of a life of its own. Some of my content is free and for access to all beauty posts  I charge £5 per month (two daily posts on weekdays plus extra content, including video content, that never appears on the blog, plus an Ask Me Anything Option a couple of times a month).

You could try it for free and if you like the content, go up a level to full access. Substack works as an aggregate site (a bit like BlogLovin’) where you can ‘stack’ all your subscriptions, be it podcasts, video or ‘blogs’ and read them all in one go, like you would a magazine that you’ve bought, or bit by bit – just whatever takes your fancy. Not every subscription is paid for so you can, in effect, compile your own magazine. Some Substacks offer once a week content – I’m unusual that I offer about ten pieces of content per week – others once a month and others maybe twice a week. But ultimately, it’s a one-stop-shop to read or listen up on all the topics you are interested in. My Substack is HERE.

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