GoFundMe Campaign

Posted: December 17, 2013 in Writing

Dear Friends,

While “Rockapocalypse” continues to build momentum on the publishing front, it appears my effort with this particular project has little or no support from the general public at this time. After much soul-searching, I’ve decided to end this funding campaign as of 12/31/2013 if we can’t reach at least $750.00 by then.

We’ve raised only $510.00 in six months – from two wonderful contributors (very early on.) There has been virtually no FB sharing, Twitter re-tweeting, etc., among social media contacts to promote this effort on a broad scale. In fact, very few people have clicked the GoFundMe link to see what this is about. I suspect those who have, felt the $5 minimum donation was a bit too much for them. And I truly wish GoFundMe could have been more flexible and allowed smaller donations. Maybe a $1 minimum would have attracted more donors? I don’t know.

If you’ve shown your support by “liking” a status post, or making a comment on another social media site, or to me in person, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

And as a reminder, “Rockapocalypse” will be republished THIS WEEK by Webster Falls Publishing! The ebook version will be available for the first time since September ’13. New print editions will be available within the next 2-3 weeks, as well. ALL can be found on Amazon, B&N, and the Webster Falls Publishing website when it goes live.

One final thing…if you could “share”,”re-tweet”, “pin”, (or whatever your mode of social reaching may be) this post, I would greatly appreciate it.

Warm Regards,

Byron

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