Hello everybody, and welcome back!
So during my last post, I said I was going to be doing a Kickstarter for my upcoming book Spring-Heeled Jack and I wanted to talk about it briefly here. Essentially, what the Kickstarter will be funding is an editor, a review, as well as a brief print run among a few smaller things. Spring-Heeled Jack is primarily going to be available on the Amazon eStore, but I’m a much bigger fan of physical copies as I know a lot of people still are. The Kickstarter will launch June 1st of this year and will last for thirty days. Well, I don’t have a whole lot left to say right now. I’m still doing a lot of research as to what makes a project successful and I’m trying to build hype in my local community. I’ll continue to keep you all updated as we get closer to launch, but until then you’ll have this.
Now, my Kickstarter project is not the only one I want to talk about today. No siree, I want to show you guys project that I funded myself called Sarah Faire and the House at the End of the World! I don’t tend to fund a lot of projects on Kickstarter primarily because I’m a little low on the money myself. However, Sarah Faire stuck out to me and I just had to fund it. Here is the video straight from the Kickstarter page.
This project looks like it combines so many things I love. I love its feel and style and how it has the faint hint of neo-Victorian/steampunk vibe to it, I love the artwork, I love Halloween, and I love creepy children’s books. Coraline, bot the book and the film, is one of my favorite stories of all time and this project makes me think the exact same way. I wish for all of you lovely protagonists out there to at least spread the word of this gorgeous story and help as much as you can to get this funded.
Anyways everyone, thank you very much for reading thus far. I hope you take my words into deep consideration and may you all have a very wonderful day.