Because we only have 7 days left until the Indiegogo campaign that’s raising money to publish my next novel ends, I’ve decided to write a few posts about the book itself: you know, about the process, the main themes, about how I do my stuff, what inspired it, and what I’m trying to achieve.
Tonight’s post is about the dedication I used in the first version of the novel: “To all the people who changed my life. For better or worse.” Continue reading
With less than two weeks until the Indiegogo campaign is over, we’re at 73% funded. So here’s that post that just might give it a little push. So, yeah, support this crazy Romanian kid get his novel published.
Of course, for that to happen, you have to go here and see if you like any of the perks. There are still 19 limited edition hardcovers available. 13 days, $682, that’s kind of all that’s keeping me from reaching my goal and releasing my novel.
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After five minutes or so of staring at that fantastic landscape you’ll notice a hand and a book. Well… I wrote the book. Thank you Sarah Knipping for such an amazing surprise. Continue reading
Our main Indiegogo campaign will reach its final day in a few hours, and I’m here to thank you all. For your contributions, for your likes and shares, and for being awesome. With your, irevuo is not only possible, but it can also be great.
It’s not about the amount we raised, it’s about what we achieved. What you achieved, to be exact. You, the loyal followers of my blog, some of whom I’ve come to consider friends. You helped this project, you supported this idea from the very beginning. You made our extended goal possible, you made all this possible. Continue reading
First of all, let me tell you that we’re so close to reaching our extended goal. And because we believe we can reach it, we’re hosting this really cool giveaway on our Facebook page. We’re offering the following prizes: Continue reading
A few months ago I had this idea. I don’t remember where I was or what I was doing, but I do remember that it felt like a very good idea. I didn’t write it down, but I didn’t forget it either.
The thing was that I wanted to build a new website. One that would act as a sort of art/culture platform for promoting young artists. Writers, painters, photographers, you name it. You know, the type of website that would review independent movies and self-published books. Continue reading
So you wrote a book. You went through several drafts, found beta-readers, incorporated the advice you received, and revised the whole thing chapter by chapter. You get the picture – you have an almost finished product. It’s the best you can do. Unfortunately that’s not enough if you want to self-publish. Continue reading