Phenomenons: The Wind And Fire

A project in Port Washington, NY by Museworthy Inc.

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A superhero prose anthology written by some of the most inventive science fiction and fantasy authors around. The third in a series!
Backers: 198
Average Pledge Per Backer: $42

Funded: $8,259 of $7,500
Dates: Nov 3rd -> Dec 2nd (30 days)
Project By: Museworthy Inc.
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December 1st - via:
My friends, You did it! 177 of you wonderful people pushed us over the line and made Phenomenons: The Wind And Fire a reality! We're thrilled and immensely grateful--and we're not done, because now we can talk about stretch goals! At $8,000,  we'll... (Read More)

The thing about the cavalry...

November 30th - via: sometimes it comes and sometimes it doesn't. I'm an optimist at heart. I want to think we'll get that legendary Kickstarter rush over the last couple of days of our campaign, and it'll push us over the goal line. But I'm also a realist. So... (Read More)

Last night was pretty incredible!

November 29th - via:
In a matter of hours, we cut the last leg of our journey to $7,500 in half. That was amazing to see, and it's all because of you guys--not just the incredible bunch that joined us last night, but those of you who put us in striking distance to begin... (Read More)

Adding Tuckerizations by Peter David!

November 26th - via:
My peeps, Our friend Peter David will be contributing a story to Phenomenons: The Wind And Fire, probably in collaboration with one of our other writers.  We can offer two Tuckerizations in this story. As you may know, Peter has been battling some... (Read More)

On this Thanksgiving holiday...

November 23rd - via:
...we're thankful for you guys. We know there are a bunch of worthy campaigns out there. That you picked ours to support is a choice that warms our hearts--and if we're fortunate enough to meet our goal, we'll do our darnedest to be worthy of your... (Read More)

Three more tuckerizations!

November 21st - via:
My friends, Since the Tuckerizations for Michael A. Burstein and Keith R.A. DeCandido have been snatched up so quickly, we're adding new ones. I've added a third Tuckerization opportunity in Mike's story and two more in Keith's. Because, when you... (Read More)

In Media Res

November 17th - via:
My friends, In media res is a dramatic technique you see all the time, probably without giving it much thought. It's Latin and it loosely translates to "in the middle of things"--which is where it's often most effective to start a narrative. Homer... (Read More)

The Valiant!

November 14th - via:
My  peeps, Over my last few campaigns, I've tried to include an add-on an item at a bargain price. This time around, it's a signed paperback edition of The Valiant, the Star Trek: The Next Generation novel in which I tie together Starfleet's first... (Read More)

Writing Is A Solitary Business

November 13th - via:
I learned the truth of that statement soon after I gave up my office job back in 1985. Outside of the occasional conversation with my editor, the only person I was likely to talk to on a daily basis was me. Nor did that change over the decades when I... (Read More)

Tuckerization? Whuzzat?

November 8th - via:
My friends, Among our rewards are a bunch of Tuckerizations. Like, thirty of 'em. But, it occurs to me, some of you may not even know what a Tuckerization is, much less how much fun it can be to get Tuckerized. According to Wikipedia (and they  know... (Read More)

Jeff Hayes, Our Cover Arist!

November 7th - via:
My friends, A number of you have asked who rendered our spectacular cover image. The answer is...the very talented and professional Jeffrey Ray Hayes! Jeff, a denizen of the Austin, TX metro area, worked in law enforcement for 30 years, serving as a... (Read More)

What a great start!

November 6th - via:
My peeps,  In just two days, you guys have propelled us 30% of the way to our goal. That's a heart-warming response, not only for me but also for the other 15 writers who can't wait to get started on Phenomenons: The Wind And Fire. Not to mention... (Read More)

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