Support Your “Local” Content Creators

This recent series of tweets by Cirsova…

Fear

…and this post by Dominika Lein, particularly this part…

Fear 2

…have put the fear of God in me.

I love the Pulp Revolutions and what it is doing. I have been intentionally trying to buy and read as much as I can. I don’t have any writing talent to add more written works, I don’t have all the money in the world to be a patron, and I don’t have a massive reach with my internet presence.

What I can do is leave Amazon reviews and tell whoever I can that these are good stories. And I have not done a great job of that.The reviews I write may not be the most insightful or influential, but gosh darnit, I am going to do what I can!

If I (and you) want to see more of these stories, we need to make sure that we support our content creators. Since I assume that no one reading this is a multi-trillionaire, we only have so much money / time to support those who create valuable content.

I am going to try to use my time better and support content from writers who create good stories. I encourage you to do so as well. If they do not receive support, they may stop creating content.

To start with, here are some stories I read and reviewed recently. They are all good!

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5 thoughts on “Support Your “Local” Content Creators

  1. Always happy to contribute to putting the fear of God in someone, lol.

    Thank you for sharing and leaving a review on Amazon, it is incredibly appreciated. Personally, I don’t expect people to be made of money or to throw money insincerely around. And on the creative contribution part; readers are the reason I am publishing. I enjoy having writer friends to compare notes, collaborate, and progress with, similar to old-timey colleagues, but they aren’t the reason why I’m packaging and sharing my stories. I’m doing that for readers who enjoy consuming fiction, people like you. So truly, thank you.

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