I’m creating a SubscribeStar account because I like their attitude. Their business model seems perfectly good and sustainable, and I might abandon my Patreon account in favor of SubscribeStar.
Also, I’ve deleted my YouTube channel and all of the videos in the face of Google’s illegal corporate chokehold on video. Sorry to those who were hoping to see the videos in the future, but they are permanently deleted and most of them don’t have a backup copy anywhere. My new videos will be exclusively uploaded to Bitchute.
The results of the recent poll have pretty much blown me away. I’ve never felt so much appreciation from the fans and community, and it has supercharged me to work way harder already. Knowing that so many of you are anticipating the book’s release is awesome enough, but even more crazy is the initial interest expressed in setting up a Patreon page! Some of you even insisted on doing this, so I’ve done it. I promise that if this thing starts to get supported by even a few people, I’m going to be a lot more active on this site. Your readership has always kept me feeling indebted already, and although I haven’t been updating the site nearly as much as I would have liked, it was because I was writing a big ass book that beats anything I’ve published before.
In the important transition phase between writing, publishing, and working on Part Two of the book, I can’t think of a more encouraging thing than fans becoming patrons. Your feedback and help here is invaluable. I’ve never done something like this before. Here’s to a New Year with all the potential we could ask for…
You’ll get more details and updates there. It will serve as a more direct line of communication to supporters, while this site will remain the place where I publish finished stuff for your enjoyment.