I'm a final year PhD candidate in Journalism Studies, and in my spare time I love nothing more than to write. I'd love to share these creations with you.
Why Patreon?I'm using Patreon for a number of reasons:
- Community building- I want to share my writing with you all
- Feedback- I want to hear what you have to say
- To expand my writing portfolio
Your valued supportRather than a monthly contribution, those who support me on Patreon will only contribute when a chapter or piece of work is done. This will happen in a number of stages:
- An initial idea is floated
- The idea is created and ready to be published
- The creation is published
Current project: Opash's JournalIn Critical Role, Vox Machina happens upon an ancient necromancer's journal, filled with perverted experiments and explicit knowledge on raising the dead for nefarious purposes. The journal of Opash is my current project, and Patreon supporters will be updated on chapters, research, and other writing processes. The full journal is due for completion TBA.
Completed Project: Roots of Exandria: Plant and Harvesting Guide for the Exandrian CommonerAs a thank-you for their patience while suffering writer's block while writing Opash's Journal, Patreons were able to access a 20+ page guide of original plant titles, their locations across #Criticalrole's Exandria, how to create potions, and more!
New Patreons can also access this reference guide.
Completed Project: From Maw to Money: The Official Slayer's Take Guide to Creature HarvestingAs a show of thanks for their continued support throughout Ars Amorat, Patreons were treated to a 50+ page, 20,000 word manual on monster and creature slaying they can use in their own D&D campaigns. New Patreons can also access this guide.
Completed project: Ars Amorat: The Art of Love- A Critical Role fan fiction
My Patreons successfully funded an unofficial interpretation of the book Scanlan Shorthalt picked up from the Casino in Episode 66 and showed Gilmore for inspection in Episode 69. Gilmore alluded to the group it was a visual reference guide for lovemaking.
Ars Amorat is 50 pages long and over 14,000 words! As a supporter, you will have back-access to all these chapters and commissioned visuals.
I hope you all stick around and enjoy what I have to offer.
Much love and appreciation,