New Content on Patreon!

Hey, everyone! I wanted to make a quick announcement about some changes I’m making to my Patreon. In the past I’ve been a little inconsistent with my posts, but I’m creating a schedule to make sure I’m producing regular content for my patrons (whom I love dearly for supporting me). 

Seriously, you people complete me.

Exclusive for patrons, I’m now posting writing tips and prompts Monday through Friday and I’m aiming to post a new story or essay once a month (more if I get ambitious, but I do have clients and a family and they “need things”). 

I also have two dogs.

The big announcement, however, is that beginning in January, I’m going to serialize my new book for patrons! I’m currently putting the finishing touches on it and, before it’s published, I’m going to be releasing it in a serialized format for my patrons first. The first installment will be on my blog and open to everyone, but subsequent installments will be password protected, but the passwords will be posted for patrons each week! Once the whole book has been released to my patrons for first viewing, I’m going to officially release it on Amazon. 

The book is full of angst, smut, and a little bit of magical realism, so you won’t want to miss it!

Pictured: you (and me!)

If you’d like to check out my Patreon, click here to navigate to my page. Thank you so much for reading and I can’t wait to share more content with you! 

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Emily Regan is the author of several books, including "What's an Adult?: No One Knows Anything and We're All Going to Die." She is an avid fan of reality TV, an unironic Hanson fan, and currently resides in Arizona with her family.

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