I make my books available to read for free, in order to help the community. If you want to thank me for my work, here are some ways that you can do that. How would it feel to become a patron of the arts? Art patronage is a symbiotic relationship: you'll help me be a more productive artist, and I'll make more and better things for you to enjoy. Your support will help me pay my household bills, so I'll be able to budget more of my time toward creativity. Your support will also give me books that I need for my research. Listed in no particular order, here are a few different ways that you can do that.
Patreon is an art patronage system, which bills patrons monthly. You can put in as little as a dollar a month, but you also have the option to give more, if you want. If you become a patron, you get access to secret art! We're more than halfway to reaching our next milestone goal, at which point, I'll start making new pages of Theri There, my comic about otherkin. If you chip in, too, then we can reach it!
Here's a list of things I need or want: art supplies, books I need to reference for my projects, practical stuff, and fun stuff. I'll be able to use these gifts so I can keep creating cool stuff for you to enjoy.
A list of some things I'd like from Etsy, a site where people sell vintage and handmade stuff.
Scribner's used bookstore on Amazon
I have 300 used books for sale. In my shop, browse the Products tab. I offer fantasy novels, spirituality, crafts, alternative health, picture books, children's chapter-books, and college textbooks.
If you'd found the books I've written in a store, what'd seem like a good price for them? Even if it's just enough to buy me a coffee, a bit through PayPal would show me that my works matter to you. Just drop one tip in the jar.
Thanks for reading.