Jesse, I made under 12K last year, including by book sales.
If I get doxed at work, I get to write more and collect unemployment.
I have mentioned that I live on White Avenue in Hamilton, Baltimore many times. Just by reading my Harm City content a person could find me. My picture is on the sight, video as well. I would be easy to assassinate.
Having my lair picketed would be fun.
My mother and sister have different last names than I and live out of town.
When my youngest son went through college and got his nifty job, he made certain to let the employers know that his father was a crackpot author that had written scores of books and made no money—hell, he got some breaks because his mentors felt sorry for him having me as a father.
My oldest son lives out of town. His best friend is the enforcer for a motorcycle club whom I trained—go mess with him. See how it goes. Besides, anyone who goes after my family will end up having a private meeting with me in a lonely place just before my suicide by cop.
Jesse, thanks for the concern, but I stripped away all my value when I decided to write fulltime. We did not monetize the site. I am a bloodless stone. I am a dead man walking, a ghostly shell that once housed a tormented thing that cared.
I do wonder, though, what is the origin of the term Dox—oh yes, I forgot, this is not a typewriter. Here is the result of my search:
1.search for and publish private or identifying information about (a particular individual) on the Internet, typically with malicious intent:
"hackers and online vigilantes routinely dox both public and private figures"
Early 21st cent.: alteration of docs, plural of doc (short for document).
doxed (past tense)
doxed (past participle)