Not Even Close
Hello folks, and welcome to another Wednesday episode of Molly! In this one, we see that someone has taken notice of her work on her grandparent’s power bank. Let’s see where this goes.
I mentioned last week that, due to events earlier this year, certain Patreon subscribers have expressed dissatisfaction with the platform and have asked for other options if they choose to support Molly Beans. To that end, here are some alternatives.
I’ve set up a recurring paypal subscription button you can use to pledge the same amounts per month as you can on the Patreon, as well as a page over on makersupport. If you were a former Patreon subscriber and elect to re-up on one of these alternatives, I will arrange another similar kind of perk that was available on Patreon, as well as a signed sketch.
Anyway, thanks in advance if you plan to support the project! Every last bit of it goes toward me spending more time expanding what I can offer.
Aaaand, once again I’m going to mention something I’ve already mentioned. If you haven’t seen it yet, have a look at the main theme for Molly Beans, “Back From The Dead”!
Also, I’m going to mention something else again, because I think it’s pretty sweet.
I recently published my first in a series of Urban Fantasy novels, entitled Adobe Kroger, Knight Errant. It tells the tale of the titular Adobe Kroger, an excommunicated holy knight who is about to have the time of her young life. So to speak. Have a look at the trailer!
The book is now available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and others in Hardcover, Paperback, and eBook. I’m working on getting it added to Kindle Unlimited as well, because I genuinely care.
This project has been in the works for some time, to say the least, and I’m thrilled, excited, and pleased at the final result. If you’ve been enjoying Molly, why not stop by for a while in Adobe’s world? If you do, consider leaving a review on Amazon or Goodreads. Seriously, that helps.
I’ll be back Friday with another comic. Thanks for stopping by! Let me know what you think of the theme tune, the trailer, and, once you’ve read it (and you will, won’t you?), the book!