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I Am Going To Die
In This Game-Like Dimension
When mysterious portals start opening up around the world at large events, swallowing everybody, you’d think that would warrant some kind of danger pay when you have to sell hotdogs at a Comic Con, right? ‘No, of course not; what are the odds of that happening here, out of all the big events in the world?’
Well, Emma was always pretty good at beating the odds when it came to shitty luck.
Now she’s stuck in a strange dimension, where the normal rules don’t seem to apply, together with a costumed crowd who seem strangely happy about this whole thing.
At least, until the first people start dying.
The story is taking off! I hope and plan to post many many more chapters, and while I am very committed to finishing this story... life has a way of getting in the way.
Which is why I've decided to set up a Patreon account.
For those unfamiliar, Patreon is an online platform and community through which people can support aspiring artists.
You can become a level 1 'Patron' for as little as two US dollar a month (through Paypal or creditcard; any currency works) and as my Patron you will receive early access to a number of chapters, eventual bonus content AND you will get your name or nickname listed on this website, next to the chapters.
By supporting me, you help me to continue creating not only this story, but also the novel I am concurrently writing, and every Patron helps bring me one step closer to my goal, of becoming a full-time author.
For those who can't afford, or are currently not willing to support me; don't worry, this webnovel will ALWAYS remain free to read.
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(Heads-up: When you subscribe, you are supposed to receive an automated email. When I tested this myself (on gmail) it ended up in the category promotions. And I don't know about you, but... it's not the most well-read portion of my inbox.
In gmail at least it's easy to fix; you can simply drag the email to your primary inbox. After you've done this once, gmail should get the idea, and send any further mails to the right place.)