Nephilim Narratives Character Sketches (Part 1)


This week’s premium content is more of the information I work with while writing (characer sketches to be exact). They are the important bits about my characters that I need to know. Reading through them, you may find information you didn’t know or missed in the books. I have debated how to post character sketches on here (I’ve looked at how other authors do theirs, but much like outlines each writer has their own version). However, sketches can easily overwhelm a reader. So, for this post you’re getting Soleil Burns, Jerome Dusdain, and Valerie Dusdain (the others will release in another post – probably several other posts). I did not start with everyone’s favorite D&R is because I haven’t decided how to split up the SCTU members.

Now for business: the first “log-in” box is for monthly subscribers (they get the first box because they default as coming up first in the list of subscriber assignment options). The second is for yearly. If you want to subscribe you have 2 options: a monthly rate that starts at $5 or a yearly rate that starts at $12. These are the base prices, you can subscribe at higher rates by simply changing the amount. You must click the subscribe box associated with the one you want to use (so first box for monthly, second box for yearly). Once signed up, you will be able to see the content within your box (both boxes contain the exact same information – the program just won’t allow me to assign 2 different types of subscribers to a single box).

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The box below should allow access to premium content for yearly subscribers. If this doesn’t work, I have one more idea for it. Either way, I will get this to work properly (I can see why people use Patreon, it is a bit easier… but they also charge 14% of all subscriptions plus a flat fee and I don’t want to give them 14% when I can pay a single flat yearly fee plus 2.9% for credit card processing).

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