February 3, 2017

First of all, let me start by saying HAPPY FRIDAY! I know, I’m late, again. (I’ll be the first to admit I have a problem)

It has been a long week in our house, and I am so euphoric that the weekend is here. I have no plans, and I intend to curl up in a ball and read all weekend. Okay, there might be some research in there, and I will be making playlists, but that is all I swear.

Okay, now that the niceties are out of the way, let’s get to the post.

I am now on Patreon!

 

When looking at ways to make the writing thing work full-time, I came across Patreon (I had heard of it from some others that I follow on YouTube) and figured why not give it a go. The page is all up and launched earlier today. If you would like to check it out, that would be amazing. You can find it here: HERE

I decided on a Patreon profile due to the nature of my writing being NSFW and not fitting in with my other writing and posts here on the blog. I think it will help keep the two separate and allow those that are interested in my books and short stories to read them without having to dig through the blog and I do not have to worry about putting up a password protected page on the site to keep underage readers out.

The majority of the posts on the Patreon profile will be for patrons only. There will be some general posts about things that I am working on and some blog-like posts that are of a more adult nature, but other than that it is going to be a patron only thing.

I have set three goals which can be found on the left-hand side of the page. (You will have to click the arrows in the box to scroll through them if you would like to see them all.

I thank you in advance for checking out the page if you do. It means a lot. I am forever grateful if you choose to be a patron at any level. Those who chose to do so are making a dream become a reality, as any support I receive on the site will allow me to write full-time.

#StaySaucy,

Sayre

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  1. I love the idea that I’m witnessing your massive success from the ground floor. Part of the beauty of a star is seeing how it was formed. Your work, your art is the romance found in astronomy. Immeasurable beauty and potential.

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