Gifting Bette — Giving Back on Giving Tuesday
Thanks to the generosity of my patrons, there are many ways to give and receive a subscription
I have a tradition with my children on Mother’s Day — I give to them. So on Gifting Tuesday, I am carrying that tradition to the Bette Dangerous community.
Thanks to the ongoing generosity of my patrons, we are rebooting our Gifting Lottery, so if you would like to be gifted a free annual subscription to Bette Dangerous, please send me a note, and I’ll add you to the lottery. Send your note to bettedangerous/gmail.
For those who would like to give a gift, I have extended the half-off annual sale so please take advantage of that.
To those who wish to become a member, below is a half-off subscription link.
Lastly, thank you to those who support my work with coffee tips. I am truly grateful for good caffeine as I do this work.
I am traveling this week on a shoestring budget to help build a reader-funded US newspaper, and if you donate to my ko-fi account or my venmo account, I will give away another free annual subscription to Bette as my way to say thank you and to keep fostering growth in our dynamic community. Thank you to everyone who has been renewing their annual subscriptions — I can’t believe it’s been a year since I launched this SubStack!
Lastly, if you haven’t listened to my latest podcast with Jackie Singh, please do:
Love you guys. xo
Bette Dangerous is a reader-funded magazine. Thank you to all monthly, annual, and founding members. Thank you as well to all those who support my work with your generous coffee tips and who buy my ebooks. A private link to group activist discounts available upon request.
More info about Bette Dangerous - This magazine is written by Heidi Siegmund Cuda, an Emmy-award winning investigative reporter, author, and veteran music and nightlife columnist. She is the cohost of RADICALIZED Truth Survives, an investigative show about disinformation and is part of the Byline Media team. Thank you for your support of independent investigative journalism.
“Something Sacred never dies in almost all of us, that can hear the invitation of Truth…”-words from a Bette Dangerous community member