So, next week you can all expect a review of The Game, a 70s-set spy series by Toby Whithouse, which is wrapping up a first run on BBC America despite being made by the BBC proper. That’s supported by the Patreon, which is undergoing a bit of a transformation. It’ll be funding that and the two Christmas posts (one on Last Christmas, one season wrap-up) this month. Next month, it’ll fund something as of yet determined (I’m tempted to have it be Sherlock Season Three). And come February and beyond, it’ll fund… whatever goes up on this site.
Ultimately, the nature of that is going to be up to a vote of the backers on Patreon, and the amount of it will be determined by how much the Patreon makes. If it makes a solid $400+ a week, thrice-weekly content of some sort remains very viable. If it makes less than that, we’ll see. Last War in Albion will of course run at least once a week until the end of time, but other than that, it’ll be the Patreon that determines what happens at this blog, and how often.
So, if you’re interested in having a voice over what sorts of things I cover, backing the Patreon as it funds December and January’s content and weighing in when I actually start framing those numbers and laying out options would be a good idea.
(Right now, the leading candidate in my mind is a Game of Thrones blog, relatively short run, going episode by episode. Other possibilities include the episode commentaries, should those prove popular. Or a book of some sort. Or video game writing. Or who knows.)
So, please consider backing the future of this blog on Patreon. More discussion there. And here, if you like.