Flash Fiction Onlineis creating a free fiction magazine (Science fiction/fantasy/horror)
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Plus our everlasting gratitude ... 'cause you can't put a price tag on that.
You'll also get behind-the-scenes access to the going ons at FFO like decisions about what to feature next on Patreon, how the magazine comes together, and other crunchy technical goodness.
As they're released, you'll receive the yearly anthology in e-reader format.
Plus all the rewards of the previous levels.
The tricky part is that Flash Fiction Online is and will continue to be a free magazine. Our primary monetary support comes from the ebook sales and your generous support. Thankfully flash fiction is far cheaper to pay for by word than oh, say, a hundred thousand word novel. But that's still money that comes out of my pocket (and my pocket is sadly empty right now). I would love to make Flash Fiction bigger and better -- to add another story a month or perhaps commission an anthology.
But that requires your help.
A one-time donation is appreciated. Heck, an anytime gift is a cause for celebration around here! But those bills roll in every month. Patreon's support is continuous, giving Flash Fiction Online the financial stability for today and tomorrow.
If you don't have the funds to support Flash Fiction Online right now, that's okay. Nothing is going to rocket out of the screen and buzz you in the noggin (I promise. Patreon hasn't figured out how to do that yet...). Spreading the word about our Patreon campaign is great. We'll send you love and invisible sparkles of gratitude through the ether.
All my best,
Flash Fiction Online
I won't lie. The vlog setup could use a little TLC. At $500, for the sake of your eyes, I'm going to invest in a photographer's lighting kit.
At the moment, I might be using my 13-year-old daughter's pink multi-headed lamp from Target that looks like the Hydra on acid.
Yeah. There's some room for improvement.