Over the weekend, I finally did something I’d been considering for some time now: I launched my own Patreon:

If you’re reading this, then you probably know what the Nyteworks sites are all about already. That said, I feel like I could be doing more, and would really appreciate any sort of help that you, my readers, might be able to offer towards that end. With that help, I would be able to focus more on these sites and expand my coverage, making them all around much better than they are currently.

Ideally, I’d be able to expand my review coverage on Mario’s Hat to a little more even of a spread between the Xbox and PlayStation platforms. As it stands, the most current non-Nintendo machine I have is an Xbox 360. Getting the games isn’t a problem, but the hardware is another matter.

On PoisonMushroom.Org, I want to bring more original content on a more regular basis. Instead of trying to pitch articles such as “Toy Infinity and Beyond: Why WB Should Join the Toy Figure Video Game Market” around to other sites, I can just bring it directly to you right here (in this instance, I just knew that Warner Bros. joining the “toy to life” market wasn’t a matter of if, but when).

Trust me, I’ve no shortage of ideas– I’ve got an ever-growing backlog of articles I’ve been dying to write, but have had to put aside in the greater interest of paying the bills.

With enough support, maybe I can even expand into video more regularly; I’m starting at the bottom, so that would take a bit of work and dedication. On that same note, enough support could even bring back the long-dormant Pre-Order Blog, too!

In short, I want to write for you.

On that same note, one might notice a lack of rewards on my Patreon page. That’s because I’m interested in what sort of rewards you are interested in for supporting me at specific levels! Do you want to be able to suggest articles? Play games with me online (that’s apparently a thing)? Something else (within reason)? Let me know in the comments, and I’ll see what I can do!

If you’d like to get started, then…