A Good Month


So we’re in the last week of the Kickstarter, and closing on the milestone which will unlock the sweet hardback printing of the Wearing the Cape Special Edition. For everyone who has been waiting for this, the ebook and paperback stretch goals have already been unlocked; whatever happens the book is getting a professional edit, new cover, and interior art. That will be sweet.

Just to make sure everyone knows, the ebook is priced at $9.00, and the paperback + ebook at $19 (the ebook becomes free). If the hardback printing happens, that will be priced at $29.00, for both the hardback and ebook.

If anyone following this blog is wondering how to get the book without pledging for the game stuff (and yes, I know I have readers who aren’t that interested in tabletop role-playing games), all you need to do is go to the Kickstarter page and pledge $1 to become a Cape-Watcher, adding another $9, $19, or $29 depending on which publication (ebook, paperback, or hardback) you want.

Oh, and if you want to make sure that the hardback printing gets unlocked, spread this around! Tell all your friends! We’ve got 5 days to bring in $5,000 dollars. Not impossible, but some work required.

I’ve got to say, this campaign has succeeded to a degree I really didn’t expect; I would have been glad to just hit the $15,000 milestone so I could publish the gamebook and sourcebook. Instead we’re funded at 450% of the initial goal with 5 days to go. Thank you, everyone who has been participating in this.

And thank you, everyone else who has enjoyed and boosted the series over the years; this wouldn’t have gone anywhere without you.

See you in 5 days.

Marion G. Harmon

4 thoughts on “A Good Month

  1. Good job, George. I am happy that you had quite a productive month. I look forward to reading more of the Wearing the Cape YA series. I have been busy myself, finishing up a first draft of my fourth novel and revising the fifth.

    Take care of Hope. She is a wonderful girl and quite the hero.

  2. Glad to hear it’s going well. If not for the fact that I’ve been out of work for over a year, I would have been all over this kickstarter, as I love the series, and I play RPG’s. I hope you make the hardcover goal. Good luck!

  3. glad to hear it, even tho I’m not a hardback guy any more. The cover is pretty decent. I still really love the two covers on the right side of your page; who did those? they’re just awesome (everyone’s tastes are their own, those two just really rock my eyeballs in just the right way). I’ll be very curious to see if the rpg takes off enough to warrant the time (I used to play rpgs a lot, but haven’t in ages).

    1. My first three book covers were created by Viktoria Gavrilenko, a Swedish artist now working professionally in London with a creative design studio.

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