Don’t Extinct Me, Bro
Well, anyway. Just wanted to do a few things in this post: make you aware that there are only 15 days left of my Kickstarter, provide some information for those of you who may not be familiar with Kickstarter, give you links to a few of the posts about the book, and hopefully encourage you to help out!
What is Kickstarter?
Kickstarter is a fundraising campaign platform for creative projects (like a children’s book) where the creators offer rewards for donations. Like in my case, there are many reward tiers to choose from: $5 donation gets you the PDF version of the book and a desktop background, while, say a $50 donation gets you a physical book with a special dino-doodle, signature and the PDF and desktop background, and more!
The most interesting part about Kickstarter is that there is a time limit on the campaign. Every donor is initially pledging to donate. If the project reaches its goal, the credit cards are charged and everyone gets their stuff. If the project doesn’t reach its goal, no money changes hands, and the creator is not stuck with orders he/she can’t afford to fulfill.
Some links about the book
- What I Remember About Dinosaurs: A Kickstarter Project to Look Out For | ForeverGeek (review)
- ‘What I Remember About Dinosaurs’ | The Maine Edge (interview)
- What Brian Russell Remembers About Dinosaurs | Up Up Down Down (review)
There are only 15 days left!
The book is a quirky and humorous children’s book about dinosaur facts I learned nearly 30 years ago to share my love for dinosaurs with the next generation! Please consider donating to this project! Just click on the link below!
If that doesn’t work, click here to help!
Don’t let this idea go extinct!