I have some good news and bad. First the good, Kickstarter marked The Robin Hood of Couches as a project they love! The bad is that I broke my leg and am going to go to surgery on Monday. No, I’m not joking. I slipped on ice and busted my tibia. So now I get metal plates to become more machine than man (ok, so maybe triggering airport scanners for the rest of my life) How will this affect the project? Maybe some delays but nothing too serious. Either way, the break has gotten in the way of me promoting as much as as would like. So even though we aren’t at 25%, I’m going to give out a free book anyway. The Teristaque Chronicles are free on kindle until the 17th!
If you haven’t yet supported the Kickstarter, you can do so here.
There are also some other projects going on at Kickstarter by some other great authors. Check it out here.
If you want to help me spread the word, tell three people who might want to be a part of this Kickstarter. They’ll love you forever and ever and ever and ever until you escape from their basement.
The Kickstarter for the sci fi comedy murder mystery The Robin Hood of Couches is finally here! And now’s your chance to get this exclusive edition and see your name in the acknowledgements at the end of the book. For just $25, you’ll get a physical copy, an eBook of ORION and The Robin Hood of Couches, a never before released short story, and your name at the end of the book. There’s even more rewards for those who want to be in the book as a character!
You can check it out here.
And guess what? I want to throw in something extra for all of you. If we get to 25% funded by next week. I will make every story in the Teristaque Chronicles free on kindle!
If you want to see it happen and get some free stories. Tell three people who might want to be a part of this Kickstarter. They’ll get a “kick” out of the book (pun intended).
If you are located outside the US, there is a $14 shipping fee and $6 for inside. I wanted to make you aware because I know I have a lot of folks who support me from all different parts of the world. I attempted to negotiate a better price, but ultimately couldn’t do so. I wanted to at least let you know.