Most of my life has passed by like a dream. Nothing has stood out, there is no defining moment or event that I’ll remember forever. I’ve just gone through the motions: going to school, looking for work, hanging with friends. But nothing ever grabbed my attention; there was no purpose to it all. Then I started writing The Gam3.
For the first time I felt as though I had purpose, drive, this was the first time I really put my all into anything, and it felt good. What was even more amazing was the response that I’ve gotten, the fans who have continued to share the story with others, post helpful comments, buy the book, and leave reviews. A large part of this decision has only been made possible by you guys, who have supported The Gam3.
I am going to write full time.
I know it’s a long shot, that I’ll likely have to find a programming job and just keep writing as a hobby, but right now I have no obligations other than student loans. So I’m going to chase this dream, the one thing that seems real right now. I hope to succeed.
To do that, to actually make a living, I’ve done a few things. First, I’ve started a Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/thegam3. If you want more chapters/the next novel faster, this is how you can get them. Secondly, as you’ve probably noticed I’ve created my own website, thegam3.com. This gives me more control, and hopefully allows for easier reading. Third, I’ve started a few other projects. Don’t worry, The Gam3 is my first and foremost priority, but depending on my free time (and which Patreon goals are met) I have a few other ideas. One or two might be posted here, and will be in The Gam3 universe. A few others I’m not so sure about, we’ll see.
So, reader, thank you for your time, I hope that you continue with me on this amazing journey. Dare to dream, because who knows what might happen.