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2012-10-20 05:54:26 PM  
Subby here to offer a bit of pitch:

The Object is an interactive serial novel designed to engage, inspire, and entertain. Set in Louisville, Kentucky, The Object follows a cast of characters from all walks of life as they deal with the chaos, heartbreak, and insanity caused by the sudden appearance of . . . something . . . in the sky. What is the object? You'll have to start reading to find out.
 
2012-10-21 02:24:31 PM  
Thanks for submitting this, Mr. Laing, and thanks to everyone who takes a look at the project. The reason we're raising money is so we can do a bulk order of paperbacks and go on a small book tour. We've been talking to quite a few venue owners/managers and most everything lined up. We just have no money. The Object has been a free serial all year, with illustrations and music to accompany each episode. We've spent countless hours working on the project to make it fun and engaging, and amazingly people want to read the complete book enough to pre-order it via this Kickstarter campaign.

Feel free to drop by the website and take a peek at an episode or two. Even if you don't want to pledge, we'd love to hear what you think of the story. Thank everyone. Link
 
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