Wednesday, October 18, 2017

A Little Gift!

As many of you know, a few months ago, I decided to confine my caption stories' access to my Patreon Supporters.  I've talked about the reasons for this multiple times, and I won't bore you all with the details again.  However, if you'd like to know more about the decision, click HERE to read my reasoning.  The Patreon has been far more successful than I could have imagined, and has allowed me to focus more and more of time on creating the sort of content you all seem to love. 

That said, I wanted to do something a little special for those of you who can't (or don't want to) pay for content.  For a limited time (the rest of this month), I'm going to be offering one of my most popular caption stories, "Dream", for free. 

For those who don't know, it's the story of a transgender exotic dancer whose life is turned upside down when she's approached by a mysterious young woman with a missing sister.  Featuring the gorgeous Mia Malkova, it's the first in a planned trilogy (the sequel "Over the Edge" was recently released to my Patreon Supporters). 

As I said, this little promotion won't be indefinite, so take advantage while you can.  Just click on the following cover image to be redirected to the story's Flickr page:


As always, if you'd like to support my work on Patreon, just click the following logo:


In addition, I'm going to start archiving my captions on that Flickr page, so follow it if you like the image viewer better over there.  I think it's a lot better than Blogger's, but that's just personal opinion.  You can find that archive by clicking HERE.

2 comments:

  1. As a patreon subscriber, I just wanted to put in my two cents here: while I doubt there's anything you can do about it, I strongly disagree with you on the image viewer thing. The flickr viewer is terrible, especially with the way your captions often turn out. The inability to just zoom in(without the mouse dragging the picture every which way)makes it very difficult to read the images where the text is small. With blogger, I could right click and open in a new tabe, and that would fix it. But on flickr, it's like trying to read through microfiche slides. Not trying to complain, I just wanted you to know that I atleast and probably other patreon subscribers have been having this problem.

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    1. I had no idea Flickr was an issue. No one's really complained about it thus far (that I've seen), but I understand your frustration. Is there another image viewer that you think would be better? Obviously, Blogger isn't an option because I can't restrict access with this format. However, I'd be perfectly willing to try a different image hosting site like Imgur or something.

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