As you may or may not know, Eat Your Serial is a web start-up company that will be featuring the talents of up and coming writers. The site will fully launch in the fall with daily content to be serialized each and every week. It’s quite the project and we here are extremely excited to showcase some incredible talent. However, we need some help.
And now, Eat Your Serial is on Kickstarter, a social site that allows people to “fund and follow creativity”. You can check out our page here, but please keep reading for more information.
Before we get to the awkward begging, I wanted to straight up thank all of you for your support in the infancy of Eat Your Serial. This is a project that has taken on a life of its own and grown exponentially – and a lot of that is due to the excitement of everyone involved.
But with growth comes added costs. So here I am, coming to you hat in hand asking for a different kind of support. Along with our upcoming Happy Hour event, as I said in the introduction, we have just launched a fundraising initiative through Kickstarter. If you’re not familiar with this great site, I would suggest checking out the link.
In a nutshell, it is a site that provides a platform for creative ventures to seek funding from the public. But we’re not just asking for money here. The fun part of working with Kickstarter, is that we’re offering up some very cool rewards to match people’s donations.
The more you can contribute, the wilder the reward. And the faster we will be able to bring the full potential of Eat Your Serial to readers and writers everywhere.
Also, for now, the kickstarter.com website is the only place you can see our delightfully ridiculous first ever Eat Your Serial Commercial. So that alone is worth checking out, even if you can’t donate.
But if you can, please contribute. And if you are so inclined, please forward this on to anyone else you can think of that would find this to be a worthwhile project to donate to. Our whole goal is to promote up and coming talented authors. We’re attempting to give a voice to those who might not have a voice otherwise, and maybe even make some dreams come true by becoming publish authors. That’s worth $10 right? We think so.
Here’s the link again. We can’t do this without you.
– Shawn, The Chief