Jordan Silver

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Hello butterflies and welcome to my Patreon page. For those who do not know me, Jordan Silver is the author of over one hundred and fifty romance novels and novellas featuring over the top alpha males and the women who love them. She also writes Young Adult fiction, New Adult fiction and Thrillers under different Pen Names. Her works can be found on Amazon mostly and are mostly in Kindle Unlimited (Over one hundred and forty). She has a few offerings on the other platforms, such as Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Apple and Google Play and her banned or blocked works (too racy for Amazon) can be found on her website if you just google her name. (Won't post link here)
Patreon was recommended to me by someone who uses it and found it to be a very creative outlet for her works and thought it might work for me as well. Here's hoping she was right. I sometimes want to share my work in progress but find that there's not a lot of feedback on the outlets that I currently use so I'm hoping this site proves to be better for that, and that it offers you more comfort and anonymity so that you will feel free to share your thoughts and insights.
Here I will upload exclusive chapters from my upcoming works twice a month (This may change in the future to a more frequent schedule as long as it doesn't take away from my writing), sneak peeks of other works in progress and you can even have a Q&A session with some of your favorite characters from any of my stories (Colton Lyon anyone), but this will be up to you and the character of your choice. Sometimes I will join you for a meet and greet session where we can get to know each other better and you can give me some feedback on what you'd like to see more of in my work. At some point in the future I would love to add a podcast but I'm still working out the kinks, maybe sometime in 2020 hopefully.
Please be aware that my first offerings will be a bit different to what I have published so far, i.e. romantic suspense thrillers.
As I mentioned above, I have a number of Pen Names already but this one is very near and dear to me as I feel like branching out and spreading my wings a bit in a new and exciting genre. Of course there will still be the heat factor, never fear, but there will be more suspense added to these future works for which I will be using you as my sounding board.
I will be doing giveaways for signed paperback copies, free eBooks and in the future, merchandise from some of your favorite books. (Mugs, tee shirts etc)
For those who do not understand what this page is about, this is an excerpt from wiki that explains it much better than I can...
From the ancient world onward, patronage of the arts was important in art history. It is known in greatest detail in reference to medieval and Renaissance Europe, though patronage can also be traced in feudal Japan, the traditional Southeast Asian kingdoms, and elsewhere—art patronage tended to arise wherever a royal or imperial system and an aristocracy dominated a society and controlled a significant share of resources. Samuel Johnson defined a patron as "one who looks with unconcern on a man struggling for life in the water, and, when he has reached ground, encumbers him with help".
Rulers, nobles and very wealthy people used patronage of the arts to endorse their political ambitions, social positions, and prestige. That is, patrons operated as sponsors. Most languages other than English still use the term mecenate, derived from the name of Gaius Maecenas, generous friend and adviser to the Roman Emperor Augustus (the month of August anyone) Some patrons, such as the Medici of Florence, used artistic patronage to "cleanse" wealth that was perceived as ill-gotten through usury. Art patronage was especially important in the creation of religious art (FAKE I'm pretty sure that's not Christ's face on that shroud). The Roman Catholic Church and later Protestant groups sponsored art and architecture, as seen in churches, cathedrals, painting, sculpture and handcrafts (Doesn't say one word about writing)
While sponsorship of artists and the commisioning of artwork is the best-known aspect of the patronage system, other disciplines also benefited from patronage, including those who studied natural philosophy (pre-modern science), musicians, writers (Oh, here we are), philosophers, alchemists, astrologers, and other scholars. Artists as diverse and important as Chrétien de Troyes, Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, William Shakespeare, and Ben Jonson all sought and enjoyed the support of noble or ecclesiastical patrons. Figures as late as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven also participated in the system to some degree; it was only with the rise of bourgeois and capitalist social forms in the middle 19th century that European culture moved away from its patronage system to the more publicly supported system of museums, theaters, mass audiences and mass consumption that is familiar in the contemporary world.
This kind of system continues across many fields of the arts. Though the nature of the sponsors has changed—from churches to charitable foundations, and from aristocrats to plutocrats—the term patronage has a more neutral connotation than in politics. It may simply refer to direct support (often financial) of an artist, for example by grants. In the latter part of the 20th century, the academic sub-discipline of patronage studies began to evolve, in recognition of the important and often neglected role that the phenomenon of patronage had played in the cultural life of previous centuries.
So, now that you have a better understanding of what this page is about I hope you'd join me here for some fun and games. As always this will be a stress free, drama free zone where we respect each other and our views. I can't wait to get to know you better. Thank you, and happy reading.


Tiers
Jordan Silver's Butterfly Club
$2 or more per month

Thank you for letting my share my worlds with you. With this tier you can read along as I post chapters twice a month (or more) until the work is finished. 

Jordan Silver's Butterfly Club
$5 or more per month

Thank you for making it possible for me to share my worlds. With this tier you will receive a signed paperback copy of the book once it's complete

Jordan Silver's Butterfly Club
$10 or more per month only 63 left

Read the stories  as they unfold, get sneak peeks at The Lyon's Cubs  and receive one copy of The Lyon's Crew Audio. US only

Jordan Silver's Butterfly Club UK
$10 or more per month only 92 left

Read the stories as they  unfold get sneak peeks at The Lyon's Cubs and receive one copy of The Lyon's Crew Audio. UK only 

Hello butterflies and welcome to my Patreon page. For those who do not know me, Jordan Silver is the author of over one hundred and fifty romance novels and novellas featuring over the top alpha males and the women who love them. She also writes Young Adult fiction, New Adult fiction and Thrillers under different Pen Names. Her works can be found on Amazon mostly and are mostly in Kindle Unlimited (Over one hundred and forty). She has a few offerings on the other platforms, such as Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Apple and Google Play and her banned or blocked works (too racy for Amazon) can be found on her website if you just google her name. (Won't post link here)
Patreon was recommended to me by someone who uses it and found it to be a very creative outlet for her works and thought it might work for me as well. Here's hoping she was right. I sometimes want to share my work in progress but find that there's not a lot of feedback on the outlets that I currently use so I'm hoping this site proves to be better for that, and that it offers you more comfort and anonymity so that you will feel free to share your thoughts and insights.
Here I will upload exclusive chapters from my upcoming works twice a month (This may change in the future to a more frequent schedule as long as it doesn't take away from my writing), sneak peeks of other works in progress and you can even have a Q&A session with some of your favorite characters from any of my stories (Colton Lyon anyone), but this will be up to you and the character of your choice. Sometimes I will join you for a meet and greet session where we can get to know each other better and you can give me some feedback on what you'd like to see more of in my work. At some point in the future I would love to add a podcast but I'm still working out the kinks, maybe sometime in 2020 hopefully.
Please be aware that my first offerings will be a bit different to what I have published so far, i.e. romantic suspense thrillers.
As I mentioned above, I have a number of Pen Names already but this one is very near and dear to me as I feel like branching out and spreading my wings a bit in a new and exciting genre. Of course there will still be the heat factor, never fear, but there will be more suspense added to these future works for which I will be using you as my sounding board.
I will be doing giveaways for signed paperback copies, free eBooks and in the future, merchandise from some of your favorite books. (Mugs, tee shirts etc)
For those who do not understand what this page is about, this is an excerpt from wiki that explains it much better than I can...
From the ancient world onward, patronage of the arts was important in art history. It is known in greatest detail in reference to medieval and Renaissance Europe, though patronage can also be traced in feudal Japan, the traditional Southeast Asian kingdoms, and elsewhere—art patronage tended to arise wherever a royal or imperial system and an aristocracy dominated a society and controlled a significant share of resources. Samuel Johnson defined a patron as "one who looks with unconcern on a man struggling for life in the water, and, when he has reached ground, encumbers him with help".
Rulers, nobles and very wealthy people used patronage of the arts to endorse their political ambitions, social positions, and prestige. That is, patrons operated as sponsors. Most languages other than English still use the term mecenate, derived from the name of Gaius Maecenas, generous friend and adviser to the Roman Emperor Augustus (the month of August anyone) Some patrons, such as the Medici of Florence, used artistic patronage to "cleanse" wealth that was perceived as ill-gotten through usury. Art patronage was especially important in the creation of religious art (FAKE I'm pretty sure that's not Christ's face on that shroud). The Roman Catholic Church and later Protestant groups sponsored art and architecture, as seen in churches, cathedrals, painting, sculpture and handcrafts (Doesn't say one word about writing)
While sponsorship of artists and the commisioning of artwork is the best-known aspect of the patronage system, other disciplines also benefited from patronage, including those who studied natural philosophy (pre-modern science), musicians, writers (Oh, here we are), philosophers, alchemists, astrologers, and other scholars. Artists as diverse and important as Chrétien de Troyes, Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, William Shakespeare, and Ben Jonson all sought and enjoyed the support of noble or ecclesiastical patrons. Figures as late as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven also participated in the system to some degree; it was only with the rise of bourgeois and capitalist social forms in the middle 19th century that European culture moved away from its patronage system to the more publicly supported system of museums, theaters, mass audiences and mass consumption that is familiar in the contemporary world.
This kind of system continues across many fields of the arts. Though the nature of the sponsors has changed—from churches to charitable foundations, and from aristocrats to plutocrats—the term patronage has a more neutral connotation than in politics. It may simply refer to direct support (often financial) of an artist, for example by grants. In the latter part of the 20th century, the academic sub-discipline of patronage studies began to evolve, in recognition of the important and often neglected role that the phenomenon of patronage had played in the cultural life of previous centuries.
So, now that you have a better understanding of what this page is about I hope you'd join me here for some fun and games. As always this will be a stress free, drama free zone where we respect each other and our views. I can't wait to get to know you better. Thank you, and happy reading.


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Tiers
Jordan Silver's Butterfly Club
$2 or more per month

Thank you for letting my share my worlds with you. With this tier you can read along as I post chapters twice a month (or more) until the work is finished. 

Jordan Silver's Butterfly Club
$5 or more per month

Thank you for making it possible for me to share my worlds. With this tier you will receive a signed paperback copy of the book once it's complete

Jordan Silver's Butterfly Club
$10 or more per month only 63 left

Read the stories  as they unfold, get sneak peeks at The Lyon's Cubs  and receive one copy of The Lyon's Crew Audio. US only

Jordan Silver's Butterfly Club UK
$10 or more per month only 92 left

Read the stories as they  unfold get sneak peeks at The Lyon's Cubs and receive one copy of The Lyon's Crew Audio. UK only