E.H. Bellefontaine

E.H. Bellefontaine

is creating web-based serial fiction

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About Maison d'Evangeline

Maison d'Evangeline is a web-based fiction series about a bookstore and the reluctant former librarian—and bibliotherapist—who inherits it. Based in New Orleans, it follows the story of Evangeline and a cast of friends and patrons who frequent the bookshop.

Each month, a new episode of the story is released, along with that month's BibliOBSESSED report (which includes Evangeline's reading recommendations on various bibliotherapy topics). In addition to new episodes and reports, patrons of the bookstore receive weekly "Notes from Evangeline" that offer inspiration, essays, and introductions to her favorite books.

Why Patreon?

Because engaging with a community of creatives is better than dancing with yourself, and (in the words of Jacob Nordby), "we, the Blessed Weird People, are our own sort of tribe."

I also like the idea of true fans and supporters who believe in an artist or a project and want to see it continue. I hope you agree. :)

-xo,
Evangeline

P.S. If you haven't read it already, I highly recommend Jacob Nordby's book, Blessed Are the Weird: A Manifesto for Creatives.
Tiers
Fan
$3 or more per month
  • Access to Patron-only stream 
  • New fiction episodes (monthly)
  • New non-fiction BibliOBSESSED reports (monthly)
  • New inspirational "Notes from Evangeline" (weekly)
Writer/Creator
$5 or more per month
  • FAN REWARDS
  • PLUS new behind-the-scenes posts and updates from the "Writer's Studio" (weekly+)
About Maison d'Evangeline

Maison d'Evangeline is a web-based fiction series about a bookstore and the reluctant former librarian—and bibliotherapist—who inherits it. Based in New Orleans, it follows the story of Evangeline and a cast of friends and patrons who frequent the bookshop.

Each month, a new episode of the story is released, along with that month's BibliOBSESSED report (which includes Evangeline's reading recommendations on various bibliotherapy topics). In addition to new episodes and reports, patrons of the bookstore receive weekly "Notes from Evangeline" that offer inspiration, essays, and introductions to her favorite books.

Why Patreon?

Because engaging with a community of creatives is better than dancing with yourself, and (in the words of Jacob Nordby), "we, the Blessed Weird People, are our own sort of tribe."

I also like the idea of true fans and supporters who believe in an artist or a project and want to see it continue. I hope you agree. :)

-xo,
Evangeline

P.S. If you haven't read it already, I highly recommend Jacob Nordby's book, Blessed Are the Weird: A Manifesto for Creatives.

Recent posts by E.H. Bellefontaine

Tiers
Fan
$3 or more per month
  • Access to Patron-only stream 
  • New fiction episodes (monthly)
  • New non-fiction BibliOBSESSED reports (monthly)
  • New inspirational "Notes from Evangeline" (weekly)
Writer/Creator
$5 or more per month
  • FAN REWARDS
  • PLUS new behind-the-scenes posts and updates from the "Writer's Studio" (weekly+)