In this podcast Mike Davis talks about The Lovecraft eZine, Living with Fibromyalgia, Patreon, and much more.
About Mike Davis
Mike Davis is a Dad, husband, editor, publisher, podcaster, and reader. He is the chief cook and bottle washer at Lovecraft eZine.
- [05:05] Life lessons growing up
- [08:50] Breaking free from a religious cult
- [13:00] Early books and reading habits
- [16:00] Lysette, via Patreon, asks about Autumn Cthulhu 2
- [19:20] Fibromyalgia
- [23:45] Navigating through physical pain and living a comfortable life
- [28:35] Starting the Lovecraft eZine
- [35:50] The importance of Patreon and impetus for starting a Patreon page
- [38:20] Patron perks
- [46:55] Only continuing one arm of the Lovecraft eZine
- [52:15] Lessons learnt since podcasting
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