Shooting the Breeze

Free Give-a-ways from What The Saints Did Next

Breeze e-magazine is 66 pages of interviews, articles and photographs of St Helena Island.

Breeze e-magazine is 66 pages of interviews, articles and photographs of St Helena Island.

Breeze e-magazine, issue 1, by What The Saints Did Next 2015 - Photography magazine produced on St Helena Island available for free to all blog subscribers.

Breeze e-magazine, issue 1,  2015 – Photography magazine produced on St Helena Island available for free to all everyone.

Breeze e-magazine, issue 2, by What The Saints Did Next - Photography magazine produced on St Helena Island available for free to all blog subscribers.

Breeze e-magazine, issue 2, by What The Saints Did Next – Photography magazine produced on St Helena Island available for free to blog subscribers only.

Update 22 Jan 2017: Breeze 2 is also now free for everyone to download.Click Here to find out more about Breeze 2.

Breeze 1 has now been made free to download for anyone. Click Here to download Breeze 1.

Breeze is a 66 page e-magazine all about St Helena which is available for free initially to subscribers of our blog only. (It is now available to everyone) Breeze is packed full of interviews, articles and amazing photographs, all featuring St Helena. The e-magazine was produced exclusively for our blog, our way of saying thank you for signing up, and also to promote our beautiful island. (how to subscribe guide at end of this post)

But for subscribers, that’s not all. Every email subscriber to our blog will automatically be entered in a draw each month to win a free St Helena t-shirt. The t-shirts are quite special as they are our own designs. As far as possible we will allow winners to have a choice, however, this will depend on current stocks and our decision will be final. Once an email address is drawn the winner will be contacted for his/her address, and the t-shirt will be popped in the post.

Samples of some of the St Helena t-shirts subscribers could win every month.

Samples of some of the St Helena t-shirts subscribers could win every month.

 

So what’s next? We are planning more exclusive giveaways for our subscribers as the year unfolds. To be included, just sign up and become a follower. No spam. Your email address goes no further than us. New posts on the blog automatically triggers a notification email, which will happen about twice per week. The only other emails you will receive from us will be exclusive product notifications, such as the release of a new e-magazine or other download. Should emails ever become a problem, registered followers have the option of unsubscribing at any time.    It’s Free to follow What The Saints Did Next Subscribing, or following the blog, is easy and is also free. All you need is a valid email address, type this into the text box located on the right hand side bar of the blog pages, then click the ‘Enter Email to Follow’ button directly below. An email will then be sent to you for confirmation of your request to follow the blog. Click the appropriate link in the email. You will then receive an email confirming your registration. After that, expect another email within 24 hours which will contain a link that allows you to access and download the Breeze magazine. Note, this email will usually arrive much sooner than the time given above. To open the e-magazine you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer or mobile device.

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