I am so excited to announce that Unearthed after Sunset's Kickstarter campaign is now live!
Kickstarter is a crowdfuning platform that many creative-types, including indie authors, use to help raise money to fund their projects. Backers pledge money to help bring a project to life, and in return receive gifts like signed postcards, swag packs, and free books.
Unearthed after Sunset is an Urban Fantasy vampire novel, that I am currently trying to raise $1,000 to publish. I have set up a Kickstarter campaign that will run until August 25th to help me reach this goal.
About the Book: When Greg Erickson is killed by sultry and seductive vampire Lila, he wakes up cold and alone in a wooden box. After clawing his way out he finds himself thrust into a vampire turf war, unsure of exactly what he’s fighting for. Greg discovers that it’s not easy to be human one day and hunting humans the next, and while his new vampire cohorts try to get him to accept his newfound existence there’s one girl from his human life he’s unable to forget.
Caroline Christensen lived a normal life once. Then her brother was killed by vampires and her family legacy as a vampire hunter was handed down to her. When she meets Greg out at the bar one night they both feel a connection. Then Greg discovers Caroline’s secret and she worries he’ll never talk to her again, but soon she finds out that he has a very different reason for not calling – he’s dead.
Now Greg has become the thing Caroline is supposed to hunt, but can she bring herself to kill him? Greg, however, isn’t Caroline’s only concern. There’s something going on with the vampires. They’re fighting over something and she’s determined to find out what it is.
Find out more about Unearthed after Sunset
Kickstarter page you can pledge money, any amount from $1 to the entire $1,000 I need, or more, and in return I am giving away prizes such as signed postcards and books.
Please, help me publish this book. Even if you can't give much, every penny counts, and if you can't give anything you can still help by sharing this blog post on Facebook and Twitter.