Sunday, June 25, 2017

Preview for New Caption Story - Dream

Following are the first 15 frames of my new caption story, Dream.  It follows a young, transgender woman named Ashley who's approached by a mysterious girl with a missing sister.

If you'd like to see what happens next (and you definitely do!), you'll have to become one of my Patreon supporters.  To do that, just click the following logo to be redirected to my Patreon Page.  In addition to the rest of this story (to be published tomorrow), you'll gain access to over a dozen other caption stories and five novels.  


  1. Thank you for adding a series if only a taste, not in Patreon

  2. >patreon pay wall

    Yeah, nah. You can keep your story, I'll keep my money.

    1. That's up to you. Assuming you like the content available to everyone (like the daily single captions), be grateful that everyone doesn't have the same attitude, because without the income associated with Patreon, I couldn't afford to invest the time necessary to continue this blog's posting schedule. As I've previously explained, I simply don't have the energy to maintain this blog and commit enough hours to my normal job to pay my bills. Leukemia (or more accurately, the meds keeping me alive) tends to do that. I had to make a choice between committing to my "normal" job, and letting this hobby go or trying to transform the hobby into something that can help pay my bills. I chose the latter because I know that there quite a lot of people who very much look forward to my work. It's also something that I truly enjoy, so the idea of making a living off of it was very attractive.

      So, as much as I'd like to make the content available to everyone (after all, I did for almost six years), I simply can't do that anymore. Moreover, I don't think it's out of line to be expect some sort of compensation for the amount of time and effort I've put into this.

      I should also point out that, when people become supporters, they're not just gaining access to my caption stories. They're also getting 5 of my novels (which is a nearly $20 value).

      So again, I appreciate that not everyone wants to pay for content - especially when we've been conditioned to feel entitled to consume nearly every form of entertainment for free. But my financial reality is that I simply do not have a choice. It's lock some content behind a "pay wall", leaving the rest available to everyone, or leave it all behind. I chose the one that simultaneously allowed me to do something I love to do while making my content available to the largest audience I can. If you don't approve of the compromise I made, feel free to suggest another option.