Apr
22
2017
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Three (Four) Patreon accounts you should subscribe to.

I don’t subscribe to all that many, myself. But I do subscribe to some; and I’d thought that I’d give three (four) Patreons that I’d suggest that you try, and why you should sign up for them.  Even if it’s at the buck level.

  • Freefall (Science Fiction Webcomic, Mark Stanley).  Freefall is one of the best SF comics out there, only you’ll take a bit to realize it because the heroes are a genetically uplifted anthropomorphic wolf, an alien squid monster stuffed into a spacesuit, and a roly-poly robot.  But it’s consistently good, and currently grappling with the highly complex ethical problem of how to deal with artificially-created intelligence. Worth a buck.
  • Meg Syv & Yoko Weaver (Fantasy Webcomic) These two do Daughter of the Lilies, which is a lovely webcomic that half of you already read, and the rest should start. And it’s also absolutely worth a buck a month.
  • Eric A Burns (Geek Author, Artist). Eric is an old friend of mine, and a peer of mine, artistically speaking.  I don’t offer that compliment lightly; as you may have noticed, I do not exactly lack a healthy sense of self-esteem.  I also find it absurd that he’s getting less out of Patreon than I am, so check his stuff out. A buck per collection of stuff (probably mostly superhero related); I’m personally looking forward to the next one.

Moe Lane

PS: What?  Geez.  The fourth Patreon would be ME, of course.  Surely that was obvious?

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Apr
17
2017
2

My Patreon microfiction: ‘Legacy.’

I was the one who wrote ‘Legacy,’ and I still don’t know whether this was a reward, or a subtle punishment. I flip-flop on it from sentence to sentence, honestly. How much does anybody really want to know about just how he’ll be seen?

Apr
09
2017
1

Patreon microfiction: ‘Coileain Chumhacht.’

I knew once what the larger point of “Coileain Chumhacht” was, but it eludes me. I’m pretty sure that it had something to do with a Something Positive cartoon, though.  I think.

Apr
03
2017
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Got those post-April Fool’s Day Blues? Try my Patreon!

It’s got all the foolishness that a discerning Patron – a Patron like you – could want. A mere dollar a month gives you access to it all: stories, gaming material, the occasional poem.  It’s a bargain! Truly, I am foolish myself to give this all away so cheaply.  Sign up now!

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Apr
02
2017
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Patreon microfiction: “Emergency Repairs.”

Emergency Repairs” is… well, it’s a little goofy. But not zany or chipper. And it avoids gonzo because it’s a little too linear.

Mar
28
2017
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Speaking of birthdays: you know what makes an awesome gift?

That’s right: my Patreon!  It’s the best gift, because it’s the gift that gives back to you! For as little as $1 per month you get short stories, gaming material, and other creative work.  And so many more rewards are ahead!  Get in on the ground floor, folks!

Mar
26
2017
1

My Patreon microfiction: ‘Situational Horror.’

Well, “Situational Horror” can best be described as ‘experimental,’ which is often author-speak for ‘something you’ve written that you expect to implode.’ Hey. I’m as guilty of that sort of thing as anybody else. Although I didn’t really know that it was going to implode.

Mar
19
2017
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And another Patreon microfiction: “Beer Barrel Poker.”

And Beer Barrel Poker was the more normal one, that week.  Whatever ‘normal’ means, in this context.  Sometimes I don’t know, either.

 

Mar
19
2017
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My Patreon microfiction “Children of the Candy Corn.”

I more or less gave away “Children of the Candy Corn” for free on Patreon because I felt bad about being paid to flat-out trying to scare my Patrons.  It’s one thing when I’m being paid to write fiction, or I’m submitting it for publication. But to just have this come out of nowhere… well.

Mar
13
2017
2

[Other] Tweet of the Day, Get My Patreon Up To $150/Month By Tomorrow And I Run This At A Con edition.

I am totally serious.  If my Patreon gets up to $150/month by this time tomorrow, I will run this sucker at a convention.  Presumably Washingcon – which means I’d be running two games there, because if I sign up to run Honey Heist at that con then I’ll do another one.

Your move, Internet.

Mar
07
2017
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Hey, I have a Patreon!

You should totally check it out. I put short stories and gaming fiction on it. There’s a couple of free pieces at the site; peruse them.  Succumb to your dark urges and give me a dollar a month…

Moe Lane

PS: Yeah, I know my existing readers already know, but will the person who happened to come across the site using Google?  …Nope!

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Mar
05
2017
2

Patreon campaign setting: Columbia: City of Secrets.

Below are the Patreon files that I did for Columbia: City of Secrets.  Columbia, Maryland is a fascinating place.  It’s an artificially constructed city that doesn’t feel like a city, lots of people live there but there’s no real overarching vibe coming from the place, and you can absolutely stick an occult conspiracy or secret cult somewhere inside city limits and nobody would ever know. It’s perfect for a certain type of RPG campaign, in other words.

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