UPDATE: Patchwork Narrative, and Thrilling Site Changes

You are probably going to get quite sick of me mentioning the print copy of my humble little missive to the world, Gentle Reader, because the print copy of Patchwork Narrative has been live for a bit now. I’ve been too bashful about it to mention it much, beyond in passing, but the holidays are upon us, and I have been advised to shamelessly self-promote. I have no idea when or if it will be available in actual brick-and-mortar stores, although I am working on some local independent booksellers. However, an easy way to get yourself a copy of my book in your actual hands? Under the “Send Me To Europe” page, there’s now a page devoted entirely to it! Both electronic and real copies can be found by following the links.

Patchwork Narrative

Speaking of new pages on the site and so on, my one year blogiversary is very nearly here. Over the next few weeks, expect changes – some big, some small. I’m saving the most massive changes for the actual day itself, but for now, if things seem a little different from day to day, that’s why. It might be worth it to check out the about page again, for example. Things like that.

Also, I have begun listing my personal possessions for sale. The prices might be a little steep, but they’re for a good cause – you’re helping fund my dreams! – and also many of them are one of a kind items that you’d be hard pressed to find otherwhere. Prices aren’t really solidly fixed, anyway; I am absolutely open to negotiation. Shipping, of course, will have to be discussed privately, and will have to be payed up front no matter what, because I am ridiculously poor. At any rate – check out Items for Sale, under Send Me To Europe. I will be updating that page frequently, as I sell items and figure out the legality of shipping some of the more peculiar items.

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At any rate, thank you all for your support with everything over the last several months. You’ll never really know how much it means to me, or how very grateful I am. Well, you might if you read tomorrow’s post. Cheers, Gentle Reader! Thank you again.

About Ty DeLyte

Madame DeLyte has suffered a grave disappointment - YET AGAIN - and still believes that freedom, beauty, and truth are what's valuable, rather than vulgar cash. He'd add love to that list - but, well, what can he say about love?
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