You may have seen my face on WhatCulture, amongst others, which I love doing. However, I also get a huge kick out of doing my own, personal content, and this is what this page is all about. Put simply, if you enjoy any of my nonsense and want to keep that going and see more of it, this is the place to support it, should you deem it worthy of support.
In short, I want to make more podcasts and more videos for my YouTube channel - which is here - and the more support I can get, the more I can do. It's basically that classic 'working' thing of the more money I know I'm receiving through Patreon, the less I have to worry about going out there for freelance jobs, which is my profession by trade.
So what does that mean? Well it's a lot of tongue-in-cheek videos where I'll poke fun at things and try and wind people up, but I'll also give my very real opinion on things, too. It also allows my alter-egos Simon 'The Miller Report' Miller, YouTube sensation Millbob, indie dev Brian Cranst and down in the dumps Gerald Winesworth to exist, and also helps support the Simon Miller Pro-Wrestling podcast, my weekly wrestling round-up.
If you think that’s worth investing in, I can’t thank you enough, and there are a few rewards attached.
$5 tier Patrons get access to my weekly Q&A videos where you can ask me whatever you want and I will answer and an extra podcast each month.
$10 tier Patrons get a hand-drawn and hand-written postcard from me, as well as access to the $5 tier rewards.
$20 tier Patrons can come and guest on a podcast, as well as access to all previous rewards.
$50 tier Patrons can get an exclusive 'Miller' t-shirt which is absolutely ridiculous, as well as access to all previews rewards.
If we make it to $500 I can start my fortnightly video game podcast.
If we make it to $1000 I can stop doing other things and free up time for a weekly livestream/Let'sPlay series.
If we make it to $2000 I can rest easy knowing all of this is self-sustainable, which is wonderful.
Now, for clairty's sake, obviously I don't *need* $1000 to do a livestream. That's ridiculous. But it just means the Patreon will be at a point I can start focusing on it even more and not have to worry about other ventures.
In summary, if you like *anything* I do and would like more of it, then please think about supporting it. Thank you.