Jude Mire

is creating Horror, Sci-fi, Fantasy, and Weird Stories
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Personal Patron
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For two bucks you get access to my main Patron Feed which includes all my published shorts and stories every month. There's usually a couple shorts and a longer story but sometimes it's one big long story or a bunch of shorts. There's always something!

Posty Patron
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This is the level where it gets real! Physical rewards! Every month you get a color illustrated story card in the mail. Obviously, you get access to all the Personal Patron stories too.

Pulpy Patron
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In addition to the first two tier rewards, this one also gets you in on any ongoing novel I'm working on. Read along as chapters are completed.

The current novel is a thriller called 'The Cache'. A weekend getaway of geo-cacheing turns into a nightmare race against time! 




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About Jude Mire

Hi, I'm Jude Mire, an author from big 'ol Chicago who moved to a tiny town by the ocean in Nova Scotia! I love writing horror, science fiction, fantasy, and surreal fiction.  I've written an awesome super-hero series for Griot Enterprises, have been published in several online magazines, was a two time DeathScribe Radio Play finalist, and ran a live horror reading series called Cult Fiction in a swanky bar. Spooky!

Across genres, my work has an emphasis on exploring the atypical, expanding diversity, and creating relevant visions. If those are ideas you can get behind then, by all means, please become a patron!

As of 9/27/19 there are
49 stories and 7 chapters of 2 novels 
available to patrons!
That's about 
656 pages of content
(262,567 words/400per page) 
to read!
Posty Patrons have been sent
15 Illustrated Story Cards!

Thanks so much to everyone for helping me get so far!

You can check out samples of my work, and search my stories in an easier format, on my website.
18 of 25 patrons
When I get 25 patrons I'll take story suggestions and then write a great big, ridiculous, story that has all the ideas in it and all of my patrons as characters. I expect it shall fall into the surreal category.
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