My Patreon Page – How You Can Easily Support Me

Patreon and link

It’s been a while since I created my Patreon page, but I finally decided what to do with it:

I’m giving you stories before I publish them, and I’m posting updates about what I’m working on. I tried posting what I wrote every day, and that worked only as long as I was steadily writing one novel at a time.

I’m no longer doing that. I’m jumping between stories, between chapters, between everything. Since I finished the Wolf series, my writing has become chaotic, as I’m trying to find something new to focus on. Apologies also for… some mental health breaks.

There are several more tiers if you feel generous, and they each come with additional perks and bonuses. One of them lets you get the finished ebook in a special edition. How about that?

Why a Patreon? Do I really need it?

Yes and no. I do have a day job where I earn enough money to make a comfortable living. And right now, I’m working in Home Office and loving it. Even so, there are some problems with difficult people and quite honestly? I’ll write more and better stories if I wouldn’t have to deal with that hassle.

Also… I do have a dream. And no, a tiny Patreon won’t get me there, but finding my fans and giving something special is the way to go.

My dream is this: I want to go back to the region where I grew up, preferably even the tiny village that used to be my home. It’s surrounded by fields and a lovely forest, with gentle hills and a stream or two. I’m seeing my little house there, I could have a dog, and I have my writing corner with a view.

So yeah. That’s why. Because I have that dream – and because I want to reach you, personally, in better ways than most social media can do.

So check it out:

About Hannah Steenbock

Hannah Steenbock is an author, dreamer, and coach. She has published several short stories in English and German, as well as one novel in German. In 2013 she started self-publishing her work. In 2014, she has won two awards for her short story "Sequoia".
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