My publishing company, Posthuman Studios, is in the last week of our Kickstarter to fund Transhuman, our next book. It’s been very successful, raising over $70,000 to date with over 1,300 backers helping us along.
We’ve unlocked some cool stretch goals and still have some awesome ones that we’re hoping to hit: a new adventure from the people behind the Know Evil podcast series, a cross-platform character generator, and a conversion guide to the Fate roleplaying system.
Please check it out: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/507486226/transhuman-the-eclipse-phase-players-guide — we have sweet rewards for backers and appreciate each and every one of you.
I’ve been super busy lately because the company I co-own is running a Kickstarter to fund Transhuman, our next book (and we’re into stretch goals, so it’s funding plenty of stuff beyond that book.)
Running a Kickstarter is a hell of a lot of work, but it’s proving to be very rewarding, not just from a financial/security sense, but also in the outpouring of support and well-wishes from fans, friends, and family.
We make sweet stuff. Peek at it: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/507486226/transhuman-the-eclipse-phase-players-guide
And thank you.
You’re damned right that this is my teacup today! :D
Testing different table designs…
They’re going to look at the sweet high quality books that you still have and that will be produced for decades to come. They’re going to look at the art you have on the wall, and the cool sculpture by the stairs and the amazing board game collection you have, including the homemade one that you’re working on perfecting while your kid draws the art on the cards. They’re going to check out the plants you’re growing and the intricate jenga-esque tower of boxes that you need to take to the recycling place.
If the only thing in your house to be admired is your book collection — fuck, boring!
(Source: bookrageous, via ebookporn)