S Thornton wrote:Looks like the shipping cost gets added automatically. At the $55 pledge, you have to add $15 shipping to get the books. Seemed odd to me at first, too!
raven ranson wrote:It looks like it adds the shipping to the pledge when you make it. Because the shipping is different to different countries, it doesn't show it until you make the pledge.
Thank you, everyone, for your pledges so far. I pressed launch, sent off a few links then cooked pasta for dinner. Come back here and we already have backers! Wow.
Judith Browning wrote:Are you OK with us sharing on facebook?
raven ranson wrote:I added some FAQs.
Do you have any questions that might be good to add to the list?
West Clare was known for its flax fields an linen production in the 1700s. It would be great to see a few farmers return to this so that Irish linen could be Irish again!
Lynda Drury wrote:Just posted your campaign on Vancouver Island Fibreshed's page. I hope that drives some support your way. I am assuming you know about the small batch linen processors that Tap Root Fibre Lab are producing. It would be so good to get one here within the fibreshed. There may be money for that. Love to connect with you when you are not crazy busy with your campaign. firstname.lastname@example.org Oh and our website will be live within a week! We can help to promote your book there too. All the best with your campaign. Lynda
Peter Chan wrote:his is the $75 reward a book AND towel? or towel without book? thanks!
raven ranson wrote:Today the focus is on stretch goals and more importantly stretch rewards.
To get the book under 100 pages, we had to take or gloss over a lot of things. I think it would be a much better book if we could get another 40 pages in there, but that costs more money to print. But looking at what we cut out, I think it would be wonderful to add these back in. It would make the book more accessible and interesting for everyone!
We've had requests for more rewards with seeds and more rewards featuring Tracy's amazing art. We have a few ideas of our own we want to add.
Anything else you would like to see?