Yasmine Galenorn

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You'll have the joy of knowing you're helping Yasmine take some of the pressure off as she creates new books and stories for you. You will also have access to a once a month Discord chat with Yasmine and the other tiers (it will be scheduled on a weekend each month).
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You'll have the joy of knowing you're helping Yasmine take some of the pressure off as she creates new books and stories for you.  


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You're helping to fund Yasmine's writing career and to ensure she can get new content out to you. You're also helping her build her Youtube channel.


Access to a once-monthly very-early access post about magick, tarot, and the Craft. Plus the benefits of Tier 1 & 2
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About

Hi, I’m New York Times, USA TODAY, and Publisher’s Weekly bestselling author Yasmine Galenorn. In April 2012, I won a Career Achievement Award in Urban Fantasy at the Romantic Times Convention.

I have over 65 books on the shelves, and I write urban fantasy and paranormal romance, including the Fury Unbound Series, the Wild Hunt Series, the Otherworld Series, the Bewitching Bedlam Series, and a number of others, as well as metaphysical nonfiction books. I wrote for traditional publishers for twenty years, up until 2016, and now I have moved into being an indie author to give myself more freedom.

And yes, I’m a shamanic witch and am considered an elder in the Pagan community, having been in the Craft since February 29th (yes, leap year day), 1980. I walk an eclectic path and consider my life to be a blend of teacups and tattoos–the former in my china closet, the latter on my skin–I’m heavily inked.

Over the years, the industry has changed dramatically, and writers have to change with it. We can no longer turn away from the fact that traditional publishing is flailing in many ways, and frankly, when I went indie a few years back, I was scared out of my mind but now I see it as one of the most viable ways for authors to continue to make a decent living while doing what they love. 

Writing is a labor of love and it's time and energy intensive. And in this economy, artists and writers and musicians are often considered 'fluff'...but we help make this world bearable. Our worlds, visions, music, helps people escape from their troubles, it helps uplift the spirits, and provide a safe space in a world that feels all too unsafe. In order to continue to do our work, we have to find other avenues of support. And Patreon can help. Indie has been good to me, but I learned the hard way: never put all your publishing eggs in one basket, it may break through the bottom and all you'll have is a pile of eggshells and scrambled yolks. ;)

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