Penny Tailsup

is creating original horror stories, narrations and illustrations
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- Access to sneak peeks, and early access to stories and narrations.

- Patreon exclusive stories.

- Discord Access, Patron role

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- Access to sneak peeks/Early Access 

- Patreon exclusive stories.

- See some of my crazy rough drafts and get more insight on my process.  

- Your name in my next video. 

- Discord Access,  Patron role

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Serial Killer
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- Access to sneak peeks/Early Access

- Thank you note / Speed-drawing made by (digital)

- Patreon Exclusive Stories.

- See my crazy rough drafts and get more insight on my process. 

- Name a character in a story. 

- Occasional opportunities to make requests/suggestions for narrations and stories. 

- Access to audio downloads of my narrations

- Your name in the credits of new videos for as long as you are a patron.

- Discord Access, Silver Patron role

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About Penny Tailsup

I'm Penny! Thanks for checking out my page.

I'm an Alaskan writer/artist/narrator in the Horror community, and a recent college graduate using my hobbies to stay sane. I'm a very busy person, but creativity is my outlet and makes me really happy. I always find a way to make time for my craft!

I run a modest YouTube channel where I narrate horror stories. Each story is accompanied by speed drawings / simple animations of my own art. My goal is to share my stories and art with the world, and become a better writer/artist. It's been an incredible journey so far, and I've already made so much progress (as well as friendships I expect to last a lifetime!)

I've published a couple stories in anthologies (Monstronomicon, Wrong Roads and Daughters of Darkness), and have even had my work featured on popular channels and podcasts. My most popular short story, "Pass It On", has appeared on The NoSleep Podcast and the Creepsmcpasta's YouTube channel. 

My current obstacles: full time work, several side gigs, health
$77 of $100 per month
When I reach $100, I will set aside the money to upgrade my hardware (graphic card first!), and reduce my side-gig workload to enable more output.

To reward my patrons-- I will start doing gaming live streams with patrons, such as playing Jackbox games or Fortnite, in addition to live narrations and hangout streams.
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