Challenge,  Kickstarter Campaign,  workshops

RESCUE TWO Kickstarter Doing Fantastic!!

Seeders Kickstarter Campaign… Doing Great!

Actually, we funded in about 40 minutes and hit the first stretch goal very quickly after that. Then we hit the next one the first evening and are about to hit the fourth stretch reward, which means all backers get more books and so far three Pop-Up writing classes on different types of World Building in science fiction.

Each Pop-Up is worth $150.00.

So in case you want to take a look and help us pass the word to get as many of these Pop-Up Classes as we can, go to RESCUE TWO SEEDERS UNIVERSE KICKSTARTER.

Plus we have all kinds of great books and workshops, including for the first time a Lifetime Subscription to the Pop-Up series at half price.

Here are the ten World Building Pop-Ups that if we get enough backers will be given out to each backer. (These are all craft classes.) Once we go past the next one shortly, the first three will be going out to everyone. So help us pass the word to get more out. And the ones we don’t make in stretch goals, we will record for everyone to buy.

— World Building Inside Our Solar System

— World Building Inside Our Local Galaxy Sector (Like Star Trek)

— World Building Inside Our Full Galaxy

— World Building On A Colony Planet

— World Building In Near Future Science Fiction

— World Building In Far Future Science Fiction

— World Building In Historical Science Fiction

— World Building In Alternate Worlds Science Fiction

— World Building Inside Spaceships

— World Building Inside Generation Ships


  • Kris+Rusch

    You forgot to mention how wonderful the books are. I’ve read them all. Folks, if you like sf, you’ll love these.

    • dwsmith

      Brandon backed all viable (meaning not scams) publishing projects going on right now on Kickstarter. About 300 plus and way cool that he did that and at the end he said what Loren and I have been saying for some time, that readers will not start looking at Kickstarter as a place to buy nifty new books.

      • Nathan Haines

        I think what I appreciate the most about Brandon doing this is that he took the sort of implicit conclusion that Kickstarter’s a great place and outright announced it to his 352,000 YouTube subscribers.

        Actively giving back to the Kickstarter community might be good business, but that doesn’t take away from it’s magnanimity.