I'm doing something neat for the end of this KS. It's a prequel story that takes place one tweet at a time, with each pledge unlocking one tweet. It's pretty good so far, if I do say so myself. It's about a battle in the air between a seasoned air Admiral and a mysterious pirate captain sailing a ship armed with the lightning it collects from storm clouds. Latest installment:
Her skin goes white as she lowers the spyglass. "Admiral?" the first mate leans in."Do you know that ship?" "Yes," she says. "It's mine."
The whole thing can be read here (with constant updates): http://storify.com/toenolla/the-voyage-of-an-unknown-airship
We are in the final stretch of my Kickstarter campaign, which ends Tuesday at 9 PM CST. Er...that's surprising, right? I've been so busy working on the project I've barely had time to mention I was doing it. I suspect I may not be very good at this PR thing. :/
Anyway, YES! I am doing a PHENOMENAL project and raising money for it on Kickstarter. What makes it a phenomenal project? I'm writing a story series, but I'm doing it in my own particular way. Instead of a book of bound pages, I'm creating fictional evidence from seven disappearance cases that take place in a steampunk world. The central piece of evidence is something new fro