Last summer, a friend and fellow-writer told me about Patreon. It’s a crowd-funding site designed to support artists. I signed up, thinking it’d be the perfect place to share my creative journey in writing and crafts. However, the combination of those two passions soon proved too confusing for patron rewards and posting, and I shut it down to regroup.
This spring, I relaunched my Patreon, with a focus on writing only. Patron rewards are for everyone, and at higher tiers, split into readers and writers to ensure that all can receive something meaningful in gratitude for supporting my work.
You can click the link above, click “Donate” in the navigation menu, or watch the video below to learn more about the rewards and how to become a patron.
If you’re a creator who would like to try out Patreon for yourself, please feel free to use my invite code and then we can both get additional support.
A long time ago, artists were able to feed themselves because of patrons. Now, they have to be sales people in order to make money off of a finished product that can take years to produce. But, with Patreon, that can change—and it’s not all about the money. Becoming a patron means taking part in someone’s creative process. I’m a patron myself, because I believe in supporting those who want to contribute to the arts.
Are You Already on Patreon?
If you’re a creator, I’d love to connect! Comment below to share your Patreon, or contact me directly.