I tell you what, lads,the NO DOMINION response is really making me want to do something else to share with you guys. This has been wonderful.
I mean, realistically, Not Right Now, because I’ve got the Dinocalypse book (you’ve bought in, right? 7 e-books for $10, how can you POSSIBLY go wrong with that?) coming up to write, and the Walker Papers to finish, and a bunch of other stuff, but still!
For me, it turns out there’s an energy to direct market writing that’s different from traditional publishing–the whole sense of us all being in it together, among other things. Also, of course, the instant feedback–I mean, I’ve also just finished MOUNTAIN ECHOES, but it’ll be another 9 months or so before readers get that, whereas NO DOMINION is in their hands already. There are no doubt other things as well, but those are two of the most obvious ones. It’s pretty cool.
That said, I really haven’t a clue when I’ll run another one, certainly not when I’ll run another solo project. I mean, right now I’m involved with Dinocalypse, there’s still ElectriCity pending, and there are at least two other potential collaborative projects on the plate. And those ideas excite me, because I think collaboration may be one of the real boons of Kickstarter–reaching different audiences by bringing in different people for different aspects of the project. Over time, it may be one of the ways to work past the problem of being unable to expand one’s own audience sufficiently.
As for running a solo project, well, it’s not that I lack the ideas or desire–or indeed, it seems, the audience–just the time. Where’s a TARDIS when you need one?
email ted’s cousin
call the voice people
(x-posted from the essential kit)