Flashfic and Twine game round: Hurricane Harvey
 

Some of you may know that I'm from Houston.  I also have relatives there.  I know I just finished up a flashfic round, but I just turned in Dragon Pearl and have a brief respite, so I'm running another to raise donations for victims of Hurricane Harvey.  Please see link for details.

Tier Benefits
Pledge $0 or more per month
patrons
Everyone
Pledge $0.01 or more per month
patrons
Patrons Only
Monthly Flashfic (reduced price)
$4 or more per month 1 patron
Once a month, patrons at this tier will receive an exclusive flash fiction story.  This is exactly the same as the former $5 tier, but I've added it because of Patreon's recent added charges to patrons.  If you're able to continue supporting at the $5 level, I'm very grateful--if not, please consider switching to the $4 level instead.
Pledge $5 or more per month
65 patrons
Once per month, you'll be able to read a brand-new, exclusive flash fiction story only viewable by patrons at this level or above.
Short story reviews (reduced price)
$20 or more per month 0 of 3 patrons
This is exactly the same as the former $25 short story review tier.  I have added it so you can switch down because of Patreon's new added fees for patrons.


At this level, once per month, I will read a science fiction or fantasy short story of your choice that is freely available online [1] and write an honest story report about it.  You can specify whether you want it to have spoilers or not.  I will mark this at the beginning of the report so people don't accidentally get spoiled.

NOTE: please do not suggest your own stories or those of family members, due to the conflict of interest.  But anything else is fair game!

[1] I'm willing to read non-online stuff if you're willing to send me a legal copy for review purposes, e.g. a hardcopy of an anthology in which the story has appeared. 

Short story reviews
$25 or more per month 1 of 3 patrons
At this level, once per month, I will read a science fiction or fantasy short story of your choice that is freely available online [1] and write an honest story report about it.  You can specify whether you want it to have spoilers or not.  I will mark this at the beginning of the report so people don't accidentally get spoiled.

NOTE: please do not suggest your own stories or those of family members, due to the conflict of interest.  But anything else is fair game!

[1] I'm willing to read non-online stuff if you're willing to send me a legal copy for review purposes, e.g. a hardcopy of an anthology in which the story has appeared.
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