Dear Reader-Subscriber-Follower-Family-Friend-Inquisitive Person,
You may have heard I wrote a Cookbook. If you’ve been around the Blog or my Facebook page (or me) for anything length of time, this is not news. In fact, you may think it’s all I talk about.
The truth is, I’ve worked very hard at not spamming you with an abundance of posts relating to the Cookbook itself. Sure, you’ve been reading about my recipes and Meal Plans and how places like Casey’s Cupcakes and WinCo Foods are taking notice. So I must be doing Something Right.
But it’s not quite enough.
I need your help.
The Cookbook cover below links to my Kickstarter campaign. I need to raise $3,200 more before February 1, 2013. Kickstarter is all-or-nothing. My goal is $5,000. If I’m one penny short, the Project is unfunded.
Kickstarter is a great way for creative people to pre-sell their projects, and find Project Backers. Each Project is as different as the person creating it.
My Project offers a copy of The Unemployment Cookbook, Second Edition, to Backers who pledge $15 or more. And there are more Rewards as well. Recipe cards, coffee mugs, and tote bags.
People who pledge now don’t pay until Project completion. My end date is February 1st. That’s only 20 days away. That means I need to average $160/day to meet my goal.
I have to be honest, here. I’m nervous that I might not have the funds to succeed. And that’s a thought that didn’t enter my head before I started this. I’ve had such a great response from those who have the First Edition, and comments on my Blog and Facebook Pages.
The news reports are constantly telling us that inflation is back. Grocery prices are on the rise. People are having a hard time already. I believe wholeheartedly The Unemployment Cookbook is not just a collection of recipes, but an essential tool to help others feed their families with less financial strain.
My drive to publish The Unemployment Cookbook, Second Edition, is not just to say “I did it.” It’s to help others put hearty, tasty, frugal meals on the table.
Will you help? I invite you to check it out for yourself. Visit my Kickstarter campaign. Watch the video. Read the updates. Leave a comment. And share the link with your people. Help me get the word out. Please.
And thank you.
And Frankly, My Dear… that’s all she wrote!
Found you through NaBloPoMo. I’ve reposted your link in several places. Hope it helps.
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Thank you, so much, Carrie. I love BlogHer/NaBloPoMo. This is the first month in nearly two years I’m not posting every single day. It’s a hard habit to break, but time doesn’t allow it any more. Thanks for stopping by!
I’ll share the link, and tweet.