N. M. Kerr

is creating Photographs and Stories
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Five dollars a month gives you access to a blog where I talk about what I'm doing, what I'm working on, and let's be honest, probably some cat pictures.
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Ten dollars a month will give you access to worldbuilding posts, and also some character sketches and little ficlets. Ooooh, exciting!
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Twenty-five dollars a month means you're awesome, and I send you a thank-you note telling you so as well as adding you to my regular postcard rotation. Everyone loves snail mail! You can pick whether you want to receive either a card or a postcard from my rather extensive stationary collection.

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About N. M. Kerr

After spending years in school and several more in an office job, I am starting to come to terms with the reality that what I truly want to do is share my creativity with the world, full-time. It's terrifying to realize that you might not want that "Real Job" that you've always been told was the end goal, and it's even more scary to try and imagine what life would be without the stability that conventional life paths provide. 
But, it's the truth. I want to write, and I want to share my photos (and eventually, my music), and I want to be able to believe that making art IS "real", and not just the pipe dream of the underemployed. Contributing to me via Patreon, in the short term, will validate my work in a very real-world way which will allow me to prioritize creating it. In the long term, hopefully, patronage will allow me to move from a job that supports me to a job that supports me and which I love.
It's a gamble, and we'll see how it plays out, but. Nothing ventured, nothing gained, right?
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Right now, I work a full-time job, have a decent commute, and of course, spend time writing. This means that, while, in the abstract, I'd love to get published, in actual reality, I haven't had the time or fortitude to really look into what that means/where I could get published/what sort of formatting I'd have to do, etc etc. Because I work in a publishing-related industry, I have a pretty good idea of the time involved in this sort of research, and reaching this goal would make me feel like there was enough external investment in me doing this necessary research to actually spend the time on it that it needs.
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