If you’re new to me and my work, I appreciate your getting to know me. If you’ve been with me for awhile, I deeply appreciate your sticking with me. If you backed the Kickstarter campaign for my novel, “What I Did To You,” I’m in awe of how you’ve thus far refrained from hunting me down and killing me.
(Kickstarterers: in October you should have received my latest Backer Update [which can also read here]. If you didn’t get that e-mail—and/or if you haven’t been getting my updates all along—check for them in your Spam folder. In the next week or so I’ll be sending out a new update. Bottom line: This August-September I’ll be shipping you the novel and whatever other rewards you’ve got coming. It’s very exciting! For me, anyway. For you it’s a reason to maybe save the cost of having me hit.)
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