Neil Carter
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The school year is fast approaching, and for my day job I teach high school Algebra. Then I write in my “spare time” when I probably should be doing something else to help pay the bills (have you ever seen what teachers in Mississippi make?). Aside from a full panel of Daddy duties, I try to use any free time I get to catch up on the writing I haven’t had the time to do during the rest of the week.
I’ve finished the first of two manuscripts for books that I’d like to get into print over the next few months (let me know if you have connections to a publisher you’d recommend) and I’m a good ways through the second one as well. I’m also going back through about 50 favorite posts and converting them to audio files for release on a podcast (see all the most recent posts that start with the word “Episode”). On top of that I also plan on producing some short videos for my YouTube channel over the course of the next few months. It’s going to be a busy year.
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So how can you help? I’m glad you asked 🙂
A number of subscriptions I use for putting posts and episodes together have come up for renewal and it’s making it tough to finish everything. You can help me finish what I’m doing by either supporting me through Patreon or else, more urgently, by giving a gift via Paypal (my account is GodlessInDixieBlog at gmail dot com) to help free up my time over the next few weeks to catch up on these projects. If you’d like to help, please head over to one of these two places, or else email me at GodlessInDixieBlog at gmail to find out other ways to help.
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Neil Carter is a high school teacher, a father of four, and a skeptic living in the Bible Belt. A former church elder with a seminary education, Neil now writes mostly about the struggles of former evangelicals...