Sophia Brandt is creating RPG blog posts: reviews, solitaire gaming, news, resources lists
24

patrons

$34
per blog post
What Is This?
This is the patreon for the RPG blog dieheart.net. The blog is all about the wonder of role-playing games: game reviews, solo gaming, old school, rules-lite & narrative games, game resources, and weekly news with cool swag.

Hi! My name is Sophia Brandt, and I've been blogging in one form or the other since 2011, first in German and now exclusively in English.
Here are some examples of my work:

Why Should I Care?

I would like to create more content for you, spend more time to find resources and games, and write more reviews. I would like you to have more choice of exciting gaming material. You should know what's available and what's worth your time and money.
Role-playing games are full of wonder and I would like to share that with you.

Creating blog posts takes a lot of time. I need to scour through several outlets to find news. I need to read new material, make notes and/or playtest it, and write a review.
Patreon is a way to motivate me to spend more work doing that. The content of my blog will always be free. But I hope you'll find it in your heart to support this endeavor.

How Does It Work?
Every Friday I post a weekly blog post with interesting stuff that I found that week. Ideally, there will also be an additional article every fortnight or so for reviews and other topics.

In general, that means you’ll be supporting max. 6 - 7 posts per month. The minimum pledge for Patreon is $1 per post. If you back at this level, you will be spending $6 or $7 per month to support the dieheart blog.
Is this too much for you? You can cap your pledge to a maximum monthly contribution. For example, you could set a limit at $4. That would be all that you'll be charged for, even when I create more content.

The per-creation-model is fairer to you than a monthly pledge. Sometimes I'm not able to produce much and limit the blog to the weekly posts. So that'll be 4-5 posts per month. Now you'll always get what you paid for, and when I have a slow month, you don't need to feel ripped off.

You will never pay for my actual plays and my resources lists; writing and maintaining these will be a bonus. You only support the game reviews, weekly news, and other articles. How does it get greater than this?

What Else?
Thank you. Thank you so much for helping me.

Now What?
Click on the orange button on the right side and become a wonderful patron!
Tiers
Wonderful Supporter
$1 or more per blog post 19 patrons
Thank you so much, beautiful person!


You'll get:

  • my gratitude for being such a cool person
  • a shout-out in a weekly post
  • your name on the patron section of my blog roll
  • access to the patron-only feed


You can occasionally suggest material for me to review (subject to my approval). I will send out a patron-only post/poll for that.


If $1 per post is too much, you can put a monthly maximum on your pledge. Or if it ist not enough, you could choose to pledge more.  ;-)

Whatever fits.

Thank you, every amount helps.

Goals
$34 of $50 per blog post
When I reach $50, I will find a way to learn about doing layout for PDFs with free tools. I will share my learning process as (free) blog posts or videos.
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What Is This?
This is the patreon for the RPG blog dieheart.net. The blog is all about the wonder of role-playing games: game reviews, solo gaming, old school, rules-lite & narrative games, game resources, and weekly news with cool swag.

Hi! My name is Sophia Brandt, and I've been blogging in one form or the other since 2011, first in German and now exclusively in English.
Here are some examples of my work:

Why Should I Care?

I would like to create more content for you, spend more time to find resources and games, and write more reviews. I would like you to have more choice of exciting gaming material. You should know what's available and what's worth your time and money.
Role-playing games are full of wonder and I would like to share that with you.

Creating blog posts takes a lot of time. I need to scour through several outlets to find news. I need to read new material, make notes and/or playtest it, and write a review.
Patreon is a way to motivate me to spend more work doing that. The content of my blog will always be free. But I hope you'll find it in your heart to support this endeavor.

How Does It Work?
Every Friday I post a weekly blog post with interesting stuff that I found that week. Ideally, there will also be an additional article every fortnight or so for reviews and other topics.

In general, that means you’ll be supporting max. 6 - 7 posts per month. The minimum pledge for Patreon is $1 per post. If you back at this level, you will be spending $6 or $7 per month to support the dieheart blog.
Is this too much for you? You can cap your pledge to a maximum monthly contribution. For example, you could set a limit at $4. That would be all that you'll be charged for, even when I create more content.

The per-creation-model is fairer to you than a monthly pledge. Sometimes I'm not able to produce much and limit the blog to the weekly posts. So that'll be 4-5 posts per month. Now you'll always get what you paid for, and when I have a slow month, you don't need to feel ripped off.

You will never pay for my actual plays and my resources lists; writing and maintaining these will be a bonus. You only support the game reviews, weekly news, and other articles. How does it get greater than this?

What Else?
Thank you. Thank you so much for helping me.

Now What?
Click on the orange button on the right side and become a wonderful patron!

Recent posts by Sophia Brandt

Tiers
Wonderful Supporter
$1 or more per blog post 19 patrons
Thank you so much, beautiful person!


You'll get:

  • my gratitude for being such a cool person
  • a shout-out in a weekly post
  • your name on the patron section of my blog roll
  • access to the patron-only feed


You can occasionally suggest material for me to review (subject to my approval). I will send out a patron-only post/poll for that.


If $1 per post is too much, you can put a monthly maximum on your pledge. Or if it ist not enough, you could choose to pledge more.  ;-)

Whatever fits.

Thank you, every amount helps.