Sherelle Winters (AKA Anma Natsu) is creating stories and podcasts
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Hey everybody, I'm Sherelle Winters, also known as Anma Natsu and as the Lackadaisical Writer.  I'm an author and a sometime podcaster.

The Writing
Under my original pen name, Anma Natsu, I wrote the Hakodate Hearts series.  This trilogy of books features three stories set in a shared world about three strong women who are at their breaking points when unexpected encounters change their lives forever.  All three are standalone novels, and while they can be read in any order, reading them in order will give you little easter eggs and tidbits about previous books in the newer ones.

Sherelle Winters is my new pen name that I'm in the process of transitioning too.  I'll still be writing the same kinds of stories, the kind I love to read.  Be it fantasy, romance, women's fiction, or something in-between, my stories tend to be emotional, though-provoking, love-focused, and maybe a bit quirky.  My story telling style is heavily influenced by my love of manga and Japanese light novels, so they don't always follow the norm for American fiction (especially YA).

I'm happiest if my stories wring a few tears from my readers' eyes, be they of happiness or sadness, and leave you pondering the situations and characters long after the book is closed!

The Podcast!
Mainly, I host The Lackadaisical Writer, where I share the ups, downs, and in-betweens of my writing and publishing journey, the mistakes I've made (and hopefully how to learn from them), and the things that have worked for me.  Episodes range from thirty minutes to an hour or more, depending on the topic, and I aim to do at least one a month.  It's available on iTunes, Google Play, iHeartRadio, YouTube, or pretty much any podcast app you want to listen to it on.  Feel free to subscribe, I love listeners :-)  NOTE: TLW is currently on a temporary hiatus while I get my writing life reordered.

All the Love
Obviously buying my books is the best way to show your support, because more than anything, I publish my stories so they can find readers!   But, Patreon offers up a modern take on the days when creative pursuits were more valued and "patrons" would help support artists and writers so they could pay the bills, cover production costs, and focus more on creating more works versus stressing about where their next meal comes from. 

Now I'm not asking for support totally for nothing!  There is first, my actual work.  Right now I aim to release a book a year, primarily due to the costs.  However, with your support, I want to get that up to two or three as I won't have to neglect titles to the backlogged due to the production costs and can focus on writing more.

Also, as in the olden times, patrons can get access to content others don't get to see, like sneak peeks of my upcoming works or new works in progress, deleted scenes, unpublished short fiction, and the like.  And of course my eternal thanks!

If you are new to me and my work, you find out more about me, my stories, and my podcasts at AnmaNatsu.com.
Tiers
Thanks!
$1 or more per month 1 patron
My sincere thanks for your support!  Every bit helps my stories get published and my podcasts to remain "sponsor" free!


At this level, you will have access to the patron-only feed, including polls and Q&A threads!

Thanks and Peeks!
$5 or more per month 1 patron
Even more thanks, the patron-only feed, plus special posts with snippets of upcoming works and/or drafts in progress!  


Public Thanks and More Peeks!
$10 or more per month 0 patrons
So, you get all the other stuff, PLUS I'll thank you by name on each episode of the TLW, and access to some deleted scenes and alternate ending of my stories and some of my flash fiction pieces. :)
Goals
$5 of $20 per month
At this level, my website hosting costs will be completely covered and my cover costs will be supplemented enough to enable me to do ebook, paperback, and hardback versions on release day!!  As a thank you, I will do a live Q&A session for all patrons!
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Hey everybody, I'm Sherelle Winters, also known as Anma Natsu and as the Lackadaisical Writer.  I'm an author and a sometime podcaster.

The Writing
Under my original pen name, Anma Natsu, I wrote the Hakodate Hearts series.  This trilogy of books features three stories set in a shared world about three strong women who are at their breaking points when unexpected encounters change their lives forever.  All three are standalone novels, and while they can be read in any order, reading them in order will give you little easter eggs and tidbits about previous books in the newer ones.

Sherelle Winters is my new pen name that I'm in the process of transitioning too.  I'll still be writing the same kinds of stories, the kind I love to read.  Be it fantasy, romance, women's fiction, or something in-between, my stories tend to be emotional, though-provoking, love-focused, and maybe a bit quirky.  My story telling style is heavily influenced by my love of manga and Japanese light novels, so they don't always follow the norm for American fiction (especially YA).

I'm happiest if my stories wring a few tears from my readers' eyes, be they of happiness or sadness, and leave you pondering the situations and characters long after the book is closed!

The Podcast!
Mainly, I host The Lackadaisical Writer, where I share the ups, downs, and in-betweens of my writing and publishing journey, the mistakes I've made (and hopefully how to learn from them), and the things that have worked for me.  Episodes range from thirty minutes to an hour or more, depending on the topic, and I aim to do at least one a month.  It's available on iTunes, Google Play, iHeartRadio, YouTube, or pretty much any podcast app you want to listen to it on.  Feel free to subscribe, I love listeners :-)  NOTE: TLW is currently on a temporary hiatus while I get my writing life reordered.

All the Love
Obviously buying my books is the best way to show your support, because more than anything, I publish my stories so they can find readers!   But, Patreon offers up a modern take on the days when creative pursuits were more valued and "patrons" would help support artists and writers so they could pay the bills, cover production costs, and focus more on creating more works versus stressing about where their next meal comes from. 

Now I'm not asking for support totally for nothing!  There is first, my actual work.  Right now I aim to release a book a year, primarily due to the costs.  However, with your support, I want to get that up to two or three as I won't have to neglect titles to the backlogged due to the production costs and can focus on writing more.

Also, as in the olden times, patrons can get access to content others don't get to see, like sneak peeks of my upcoming works or new works in progress, deleted scenes, unpublished short fiction, and the like.  And of course my eternal thanks!

If you are new to me and my work, you find out more about me, my stories, and my podcasts at AnmaNatsu.com.

Recent posts by Sherelle Winters (AKA Anma Natsu)

Tiers
Thanks!
$1 or more per month 1 patron
My sincere thanks for your support!  Every bit helps my stories get published and my podcasts to remain "sponsor" free!


At this level, you will have access to the patron-only feed, including polls and Q&A threads!

Thanks and Peeks!
$5 or more per month 1 patron
Even more thanks, the patron-only feed, plus special posts with snippets of upcoming works and/or drafts in progress!  


Public Thanks and More Peeks!
$10 or more per month 0 patrons
So, you get all the other stuff, PLUS I'll thank you by name on each episode of the TLW, and access to some deleted scenes and alternate ending of my stories and some of my flash fiction pieces. :)