I had to start analyzing why I couldn’t pull the trigger on a Patreon account.
It came back to what I could comfortably ask for–and what I wanted the account for. Searching other people’s Patreons only confused me. Everyone had great ideas and did great things, but I couldn’t see myself doing things like that for long. Or if I did, I could see those things consuming me and my time…
I promised I would get the Recommended Reading List up by the 10th of every month, but some hacker conspired against me. Rather than clutter up everything the week that I came back, I left this one for the end of the month. Here’s the best stuff I read in April of 2012. Despite this being one of the weirder months of my life, I […]
September was as good a reading month as I had hoped it would be. I read a number of wonderful things on my long flights and during my travels. Much of what I read was on Kindle and on my iPhone. I do have a rant below about format, simply because some major publishers don’t seem to care about format at all. Which is odd, […]