Funding

Funding, Future Plans and Editing Work

Hello everyone,

I thought I would take a minute to post a quick update to let you know about a fundraising campaign that I have created, both as a means to generate resources that might be put toward the publication of the ‘Alluvion’ novel as well as to act as a recurring point of focus for my own productivity. The campaign has been launched via the Patreon website (http://www.patreon.com/), and a direct link to my own page can be found under the ‘Funding’ tab at this site.

I would be humbled to think that anybody out there enjoys what I am doing enough to support it financially, and eventually being in a position to devote myself to my writing full-time would be a dream come true. It all begins, however, with the first book and so I have included a couple of exclusive offers which will be made available in return for more substantial contributions that will help me to achieve this goal. If you like what you have read so far and would like to support me in any way, it would be appreciated more than you know. If you can’t (or don’t want to), then that’s alright too.

I am also still very much open to any copy editing and proofreading assignments that you might have, and would be more than happy to discuss a very modest fee for taking care of this for you. The frequency of this sort of work that has come my way has been steadily increasing over the past twelve months, but I’m still more than willing and available to take more on.

Previous proofing and copy editing clients include:

  • Elite Respite Care: http://www.eliterespitecare.com.au/ (Correspondence)
  • Students from the Australian Maritime College [AMC] (Thesis Editing)
  • Students from Monash University, Victoria (Assignment Edits/Proofing)
  • Students from Deakin University, Victoria (Assignment Edits/Proofing)
  • [Gareth Jack Sansom], I appreciate your help and thank you for taking your time to proofread my assignments. I am extremely happy with the services that you have provided, such as keeping me updated on the progress of my three assignments and for your provision of prompt communication along the way.”

    – Kim C. (University Student)

    Thanks so much for reading, and for all of the terrific feedback I’ve received throughout 2015/16 – it’s been great to hear that my writing is being seen and enjoyed by so many, and I’m looking forward to publishing even more in the coming months.

    I can be reached at E. gjacksansom@gmail.com if there’s anything you’d like to know.

    Thank you,
    Gareth Sansom