The female did not allow me to eat her cell phone last night. This is how I feel about that.
I am planning how to get my teeth on her phone. I will update you with more information later. I successfully landed one bite while she attempted to do something called ‘read a book.’ I wasn’t being pet, so this reading a book stuff is just nonsense.
For now, we of the Furred & Frond Management wanted to update you on how the female will be operating parts of the Patreon moving forward.
Essentially, all writing tips we pen and share on our blog will first be posted to Patrons, approximately a month in advance. There are enough readers/authors interested in her process that she wanted to make sure the $5 crowd felt they got their money’s worth for contributing.
Please rest assured that the female is not really adding anything extra to her work load. She is just changing how she presents the information.
So, the timeline looks like this:
All Patrons receive the tip/article a month early.
After a month goes by, the article will be released to Patreon and our blog, so if you’re following the blog for news and writing tips, you’re good. The only thing the patrons get is early access to the same exact material.
This lets those people who wish they could toss pennies in the jar for the writing tips and articles to do just that. Once the first articles roll out at the beginning of September, it will be business as usual, unless you’re impatient and want the articles now, in which case, we recommend you head over to the Patreon and check it out.
At the female’s current pace, we’re expecting 3-5 short stories a month, 3-10 coloring book pages a month, and 5-10 writing tips or articles. Some months may be lighter, depending on work load. There will be a newsletter we of the Furred & Frond Management will write for you that will offer predictions on the upcoming month.
But, seriously. Thank you for your patronage. The female has had happy eye-leaking events as a result of everyone’s support.
We would also like to report we are all feeling better now. Our humans have taken very good care of us.