If you've visited my website in the past year, then you know I've been reevaluating traditional publishing for a while now and that I've been leaning toward indie publishing. As I make the shift, I'm looking to have more control over my income flow. I don't want to be dependent on publishers any more. I'm tired of hearing "the check's in the mail."
I'm currently writing a series of three novellas that I can't wait for you to read. They are everything I've always wanted to write but have been unable to due to financial constraints. I'm working on a non-fiction book that captures my voice better than anything I've ever written. I have an idea for another devotional book that is begging to be written. And I have a few other minor projects in the works as well. I just need the financial freedom to attack them.
Financial freedom brings creative freedom for the full-time artist. This has been true as long as art, in its various forms, has existed, but never has there been such great opportunity to attain both types of freedom.
Enter Patreon – a website that allows anyone who loves the arts to support the artist(s) of his or her choosing. If you are interested in supporting my writing endeavors, I've set up a page on the Patreon website in which you will be given the opportunity to offer as little as $1 a month. You will not only be helping to support me, but you'll also be helping to pay for editing and book cover designs as I transition into writing and producing the books I want to release on my own terms.
If you support my writing with any amount, you will receive copies of my books as they are released (no charge, including shipping). You can discontinue your support at any time, no questions asked.
Thank you for listening to my appeal. If you want to know more, just ask. I'd love to talk to you. For more info, visit my Patreon page.
Lee Warren is a freelance writer and editor who has written twelve non-fiction books, one novella and hundreds of articles for various newspapers and magazines as well as edited more than 50 books that currently appear in print. He's a fan of NASCAR, baseball, tennis, books, movies and coffee shops.