Every avenue I have to share knows about my Patreon. I might have to pop a regular reminder on Twitter, tho. I need to make my lazy arse dial up the agents-in-potentia and work up an order. I might be done with this list by early next year.
Honestly, agent-hunting is the most nerve-wracking part of this for me. No wonder I'm off in fanfic land with the adorable elf. It's way more fun than adhering to one set of arbitrary qualifications after another, only to get rejected following an interminable rate.
I'm kind'a wishing at this point that a literary agent finds the crap I post online to be worthwhile and up and decides to contact me. That would be way easier. Alas, the sorts who would DO that are also the sorts to predate upon the young and willing with vanity press fees.
Joke's on them, I already know the First Rule: The Money Goeth Towards The Author.
But since there's not much money goeth-ing my way, I still gotta implore for Patrons to fork out for my better tomorrows. For as little as a dollar a month, you can have access to all my works-in-progress. Novels, music, art, and even some fanfic.
The good news is that extra followers are popping up out of the woodwork, and I've been getting some extra sales from the books. People really like the ebooks. Print is an option for those who like physical media. Warning though... I've made two tomes.
The softcovers are out. If I get enough sales of those over time, I'll branch out to hardcovers. But none of them are selling as of yet, so... It's all gas right now.
I just gotta brave up and do the rest of the thing. Seek out agents. Send them samples. Hope for the best. Prepare for the worst.
And if I never get further than being an Indie Author on the internet... so be it. At least I tried.