Kevin Bragg's latest update for Transilience

Jun 13, 2016

In all the power of the Dunning-Kruger effect, I will assume I have not overstayed my welcome on Inkshares. That despite taking my novel elsewhere to be crowd-funded, you all want to know what’s happening in my tiny world.

I am certain you do...

I have good news!

At this very moment, the ultimate answer to the universe is: Order a copy of Transilience today. https://unbound.co.uk/books/transilience

Fun fact: I originally had Order a copy of Transilience today in quotes but I changed it to italics because it looked sexier.

The number of days left in Transilience’s campaign: 42.

See where I’m going with this??

If it helps, I’m not sure I do. This seemed funnier in my head.

Seriously though, please take a look at the site. Many of you support Transilience during its run on Inkshares. Some of you said very flattering things about it. Some of you have supported it on Unbound, and I am eternally grateful. I’m hoping for the more of the same...even if its on another site.

It’s a bit like when a friend transfers schools because a parent got a new job in a different city. You don’t have to stop being friends with them. Maybe you get to hang out on the weekends. Go see a show. Hang out at the mall. The situation has changed, a little, that’s all.

Oh! And! And! I am giving away a painting. It’s a painting I did on a noir theme. It’s original and it’s unique (in that it’s the only one I’ve painted like it).

And!! Regardless of your contribution level, you get your name placed lovingly in my novel. For a mere 10 pounds (~15 bucks) you receive an eBook with your name immortalized within its pages.

(Deep breath) And!! You get to do an incredibly noble thing for a guy trying to be a writer.

One more time. The link: https://unbound.co.uk/books/transilience

Oh! I also wrote a piece on why I write. You can find it on my blog. A place where I am the Hobo King and a wooden nickel will buy you a tin cup and an endless supply of gin.

https://braggkevin.wordpress.com/2016/06/07/why-i-write/

Cheers!

Kev