I try to get these up every six months or so so that those of you who like to keep track of what I am up to can do so from one place.
So, about five months ago, this little thing called Wolfenoot came into being. If you don’t know about it, the short version is that I posted on social media about a holiday my kid had invented and it turned into a movement.
You can read more about it on the Wolfenoot website.
We also have a twitter account, a facebook page, and three facebook groups: one general group, one for crafters and fundraisers and one for memorials of animals that people have lost.
We have a RedBubble Store, and a CafePress Store (both very much still being built) and we have a book that has just gone to print and can be preordered. ALL the merch benefits charities.
It has been an INSANE five months, and there is a lot more to come.
If you would like to support Wolfenoot, following us on any or all of those platforms would be great, but you can also throw a few dollars a month into our Patreon and get some patron only bits and pieces and help me keep this thing alive.
We threw the Raven behind Wolfenoot to publish “The Wolfenoot Story“, which has just gone to print.
We have also just launched a Raven Patreon, where you can subscribe to get art postcards or illuminated story manuscripts in your postbox (or inbox if physical stuff isn’t your jam) every month.
Here’s a wee teaser of the art from the first manuscript.
We’re working with twelve writers and the astonishingly talented Min Minn to make some really beautiful things. As someone who has always had a bit of a thing for illuminated manuscripts, making these modern versions makes me very happy.
I am still running Critter Gifting, which is an astonishing community of Critters from around the world who send each other wonderful things. We are working on creating a website, and we have a Twitter account. There are exciting things in store for the Critter Gifting world. 🙂
Jax, the writer and editor
Sometimes I try to remember that before I was a crazy juggling administrative guru, I was also a writer and editor.
I also have an advice column, complete with stories about my mistakes and some strong language. 😉 It’s a bit sporadic, but if you have anything you’d like to ask me, this is where to do it.
I run the Facebook page for meBooks, which is mostly nerdy stuff about books and Kiwi publishing, but we also have a lot of historical fiction and non-fiction, mostly New Zealand historical texts. Some of it is fascinating. When I find time, I read meBooks books and talk about them on the meBooks website. I’ve read a lot of things I would not normally have read. It’s pretty great.
As you can see, I have a lot on my plate! This doesn’t even count my actual job (at the Hamilton Zoo) or my parenting, or my budding pole-dancing hobby. Life is nuts. But if you’d like to support me by following or buying or subscribing to any of the things in this multitude of links, that would be so wonderful.
I thank you and love you all. ❤