Patreon and Predictability

I really like stories that surprise me. I’ve talked about this in a few places. I like it when I don’t know what’s coming next, as a reader and as a writer, and I’ve been thinking of ways to put that element of the unpredictable across to readers for a long time now.

That’s why I’ve decided to give Patreon a go.

A Patreon account means that I can write a short story and deliver it to people who want a great read but don’t want predictability. I’m aiming to write a short story a month, for twelve months to start. I want to write all those ideas that have been growing in my mind but couldn’t be categorised.

This is an experiment for me and I’d be delighted to have you along for the ride. Also, if there’s anything about the Patreon account that you think isn’t working so well, or you have any suggestions, then I’d love to hear them.

You pay as little as $1 for a story that won’t be appearing anywhere else, and you get additional bonuses as the amount goes up, but trust me – $1 is great. It means you like what I write, and I get the freedom to write more of it. Here’s the link.




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