Support Me

If you enjoy this blog and would like to help me reach my writing goals, there are several ways you can support my endeavors. The first and most appreciated action is to follow me on my accounts, whether it be WordPress, Twitter, Facebook, or Pinterest, whichever medium you like best. The second is to like, comment and share my content, which not only promotes my work, but motivates me to keep creating.

If you have already done any of these things, thank you, and please let me know if I can return the favor.

Update: Kerry Jane is now on Patreon! check out my new page to see what incentives interest you in supporting my writing journey:

I have two other options for anyone who likes affordable organic food, or to make money (I reckon this is at least 2/3 of the human population, so check these offers out)

The first is Inboxdollars, which is a way to make money from paid emails, surveys, videos, games, and many other outlets. Signing up is completely free for you, and I get a couple of dollars added to my account for referring anyone. I like to watch videos and open the paid emails when I have some time to kill. I’ve been a member for several years, and the extra cash is extremely helpful. You might as well make some money while you’re standing online at the store (they have an app), or when you’re already on the internet. I’m putting the money that I make from Inboxdollars towards the art that I want made for my book. I have several illustrations planned, and this will end up costing a lot of money on my behalf, as there’s a good chance I will take the self publishing route. In order to support the art for Metanoia, please click the banner below and sign up through that link.

The second option will literally put food on my table. Thrive Market is an online store for organic food at discount prices. They also have personal care items like shampoo, cleansers, makeup, you name it. If you sign up and make a purchase, I get $25 to spend on food and everything that I need. This is an enormous help, much more helpful then simply handing me cash (mostly because I would spend it on books, and I cannot eat books). Also, I do not feel comfortable asking people for support when they get nothing in return. This is the perfect way to throw someone a bone while getting all the organic food you pass by at the store because it exceeds your budget.

Thrive Market gives you a free 30-day membership when you first sign up. All orders over $49 have free shipping. They also give you a discount on your first order, as well a free item. There are tons of reviews on the internet to see if this is something you’d be interested in trying, and I have to say, its worth the first purchase even if you don’t want to continue with the membership because all items are priced significantly lower compared to stores like Wholefoods.

Here is the link to sign up for Thrive Market:

Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks again for following me, and being considerate enough to click this tab!

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