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To Be Or Not To Be - Record Kickstarter $ucce$$

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To Be Or Not To Be - Record Kickstarter $ucce$$

Postby Charles » Sun Dec 16, 2012 9:40 am

I posted this in another topic on the Forums.

Check out what's happening with this Kickstarter campaign.

"To Be Or Not To Be: That Is The Adventure"

The creator behind this is a writer from Massachusetts. He has an 80,000 word text in a format he calls a chooseable-path adventure which will involve Shakespeare stories. He'll be bringing in an extended team of artists to illustrate the book.

There's still 4 days left to the campaign. His goal was $20,000.

Well... 9,833 backers have pledged $362,207 so far making this the most successfully funded publishing project in Kickstarter history according to the campaign.

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/bre ... -adventure

Success after success with the crowdfunding system. Artists should really take note of what's going on. 8-)
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