Hi, I’m back again. I brought some gifts from the land of procrastination and they all smell like rubber fish. Hey, no seriously, good to see you again. I’ve honestly got so much to catch up on, a lot has happened and I’m not just saying that as a generic excuse. A lot has actually happened. So much so in fact that I’ve been putting off returning because I’ve got so much to write about, and I’m dreading starting up that mountain without my trusty sneakers. Ok, so I’m going to break it all down into different topics and post over the next few days.
know, I know, I’ve been away for yonks and now when I finally come back I’m begging for your help with something. It’s rude and undignified but I’m a cute little girl so I can get away with it right? Right?? Why else would I be? Certainly not for all the sekuhara.
I know I said I wasn’t hoping to turn this blog into an advertisement board but I did just release another short story on Gumroad. Please check it out, or if you are lazy, a share is actually easier and helps me much much more. Blurb follows.
After an early – and cheaper! – release on my Patreon, You Are Always On My Minds, has been released on Gumroad for the public. It’s my first novella and took longer than my normal short story so I’m asking a base $2 price for it. I hope you understand and appreciate the work.
Red Cape and the Happily Ever After out now!
I’ve just posted my third short story on a timed exclusive schedule on my Patreon page. For the same price as the Gumroad release, which will be available on Friday, you can get the story and all the concept art that I commissioned for its release. The artwork is by LeoDamage.
Story 2 is out for sale on Gumroad. Click for links!
I’d finally sold a piece of writing. Someone had voluntarily, as far as I am aware, handed over money to read what I had written. Sure, it’s only a dollar but it qualifies and makes me an official selling author. I contacted the customer straight away and said thanks.
I started using Gumroad today and I put one of my favourite short stories up for sale, along with the awesome cover art I had commissioned for it without even knowing if I would use it.
“No mere man can destroy the vampire.” Elder Catcher said, the one who smelt of sour milk. “This is why I have called you here today. Several weeks past, my son set forth to find someone more than mortal who would be willing to help us.”