The Boston Diaries

The ongoing saga of a programmer who doesn't live in Boston, nor does he even like Boston, but yet named his weblog/journal “The Boston Diaries.”

Go figure.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

You too can be a patron of the arts, take II

I would probably be remiss if I didn't mention the chance that Sean Hoade is giving you, yes you, to become a benevolent benefactor of a starving artist, namely, Sean Hoade himself.

I'm a starving writer, yet a bit overweight. But that's just from eating cheap food and also to fill the emptiness of my being while I struggle to get TEN books finished for my publisher over the next THREE years. Have a look at my video, won't you? This is going to be a great project, and I would really appreciate—and will reward with sanity-shattering surprises— your support!

Support Sean Hoade creating Nine novels

Remember, just a few pennies a day could help feed a starving artist in Las Vegas as he plumbs the eldritch horrors to craft his C'thululian writings.

I mean, really! Can you turn him down?

[The book, the beard, the fez. The Hoade]

So please, patronize him. Even just a few dollars could really make a difference in his life. And keep the C'thululian horrors at bay.

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