Taking a Break from Patreon

After careful consideration, I’ve decided to pause my Patreon creator page.

I’ve been terrible about keeping up with the rewards I’ve promised those who pledge (hell, I’ve been terrible about posting to that page and maintaining it). Part of it’s the lack of pledges, but part of it has also been something I’ve always struggled with: stretching myself too thin, putting too many things on my plate.

Chances are, I’ll revamp my Patreon page and relaunch it in the near future. Or maybe I’ll abandon the platform entirely. I’m not sure what will ultimately be the right call for me, but for right now, it’s just a distraction from what I need to be focused on: actual writing.

I need to get back to writing and publishing material. I’m finding that all the marketing and networking and outreach and all that doesn’t mean jack diddly squat if I’m not also doing the one thing that got me here in the first place: writing.

The fifth Jill Andersen book desperately needs to be finished. I have a graphic novel that’s begging to be written and drawn. I have a spinoff series that I can’t move on until previously mentioned Jill Andersen book is finally out.

Patreon has helped me with exactly none of that.

So for now, no more Patreon. I’ll still pledge to the pages I pledge to, but for the time being, the (literally) two people who pledge don’t deserve to have their money taken by someone who’s not delivering on what he promised.

 

About J.D. Cunegan
J.D. Cunegan is known for his unique writing style, a mixture of murder mystery and superhero epic that introduces the reader to his comic book-inspired storytelling and fast-paced prose. A 2006 graduate of Old Dominion University, Cunegan has an extensive background in journalism, a lengthy career in media relations, and a lifelong love for writing. Cunegan lives in Hampton, Virginia, and next to books, his big passion in life in auto racing. When not hunched in front of a keyboard or with his nose stuck in a book, Cunegan can probably be found at a race track or watching a race on TV.

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