The Kickstarter campaign for my novel made me insane (but it was worth it)
If you've ever run a Kickstarter campaign, you know how much work it is. I ran one throughout December of 2016 in support of my novel Everywhere She's Not. By the time that campaign was coming to a close, I had gone insane, as we can see from this photo I posted at the time. But my campaign was (at $33,431) the most successful for a debut literary novel in KS's history, so . . . whew (because with Kickstarter, if you don't reach your funding goal, you get exactly none of the funds you did raise). I'm grateful every single day to the people who stepped up to help me realize my literal life-long dream of writing and publishing Everywhere She's Not. I simply couldn't have done it without every single one of them.