Jon Davis is creating
A Military Sci-Fi Novel, Articles, and Essays

I'm a nerdy guy who knows some scary stuff.

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New workstation for writing.
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Facts are that my current computer is old as the hills. If it works well today, that's a miracle in itself. If it isn't, it can take me at least three times longer just to do what I do. I'd like to correct that problem.


I'm a writer and a teacher, but formerly a Marine with two tours to Iraq. I write on a variety of topics dealing with helping others understand the nature warfare and insurgencies around the world to short stories about my life, military and science fiction.


Marietta, OK 73448, USA

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Thank you for visiting my Patreon support page. I'm a teacher by profession, but a writer by choice. I've been writing for over three years based on my experiences as a Marine deployed to the Iraq War. I've been published online in Newsweek, Forbes, Gizmodo, Huffington Post, and Slate, as well as written over two thousand posts, answers, articles, stories and other pieces. I focus on military based current events articles, essays, short stories. I also write a military science fiction novel which is syndicated weekly, along with books of anecdotes of my experience written to encourage, entertain or relieve the frustrations of my very weird life.

A Quick Patreon Explanation:

I'd like to use your patronage to focus on my writing and be allowed to continue offering it for free to anyone with a curiosity for it. Patreon is the perfect venue for independents like me who want to create unencumbered and fulfill that goal. It is the best option of many who just need help and support creating what they love. Through Patreon, creators like me ask for very small donations each time I put out a piece of work. I write, so every time I create an article which I've published or create a story which I want to share, my Patreon supporters see it first. If you've followed me this far, I ask that you please consider pledging some amount you're comfortable with per write-up that I upload. I will continue to bring you nothing but the absolute best of my writing, but with your help, hopefully I can do more. If you're concerned about going over your budget, there's an easy way to set a monthly maximum for yourself when you're entering your payment info.

Where your money goes:

Most of the income from patreon goes to supporting my household expenses. As a teacher in Oklahoma who is also married to a teacher, making ends meet is sometimes very hard to do. The support from followers give my wife and I some breathing room to do needed repairs on our aged fixer-upper first home. Your support also helps my writing directly by supplying subscription fees for hard to find information not available in all public outlets that helps to keep my work fresh, up-to-date, and unique. It also affords me writing software to help take my work to the next level.

In the long term, I want to be able to keep my work free and still gain the growth of a writer that I want to be, perhaps even transitioning one day to full time work writing, thanks to tips, donations, and pledges from fans like you.

Besides my projects, 20% of every month's pledges I get go back to other Patreon users and Kickstarter campaigns I'm passionate about, most notably those created by and for military veterans. I want to foster creative communities for military members and support the good works they are doing. That means your pledges here also help support veteran supported projects, artists and entrepreneurs elsewhere.

My Rules on Linking to and Copying My Material:

I freely offer all of my writing to be shown anywhere where there is a need for it. All I ask is that the links to my home pages and Patreon page be preserved so that new fans can find and follow me.

I am only able to do what I do because of you guys, so whatever support you can give will be much appreciated. Thanks, sincerely. 

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