rix_scaedu (rix_scaedu) wrote,
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Potential Patreon

I am considering putting myself on Patreon as a creator and I'm trying to get some idea of what people would be interested in seeing from me in response to pledges.

I am asking the following questions on the understanding that Nai will not be locked content but my wind up as an ebook. Or series of ebooks - I can dream.

Please answer these questions in the comments and thank you for your participation:

1. Would you expect Patreon exclusive content?

2. Would you like Patreon exclusive content?

3. Would you prefer monthly or per item pledges - assuming a maximum limit on the number of items per month?

4. What sort of items would you like to see from me?

5. I currently post on LJ. Becoming a Patreon creator would probably involve me posting there. Is there anywhere else you think I should post e.g. own website, Dreamwidth, Tumblr, etc.

Thank you again for your participation.
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