ANNOUNCEMENT ON MISSING BOOKS
Months of bookless frustration has come to an end. We have a problem. A solution. And a timeline.
GdM’s distributor for this project approached me on Friday of last week and admitted the greater majority of books were never posted. This is despite the distributor advising GdM that three batches of approximately 200 books had been successfully posted in May and June, as per the updates posted on this project.
THE SOLUTION AND TIMELINE
I’m immediately getting every piece of Evil is a Matter of Perspective material—books, bookmarks, posters, and postage material—on a FedEx truck back to the original printer, Thomson Shore, in order to be packed and posted to you. This is happening this week. These will arrive early next week.
Each and every package will then be shipped from the Thomson Shore warehouse in Michigan by Friday of next week (25/8/2017). Thomson Shore will email you your tracking number directly. I will continue to communicate with you until you tell me you have your book in your hands.
I will not allow any of you who trusted me with your money for this Kickstarter to not get your book. That has always been my commitment, and it remains so.
LAST CALL FOR ADDRESSES
If you have any last minute changes of address or concerns your address is not correct, now is the time to let me know. Message me directly on Kickstarter. Please do not comment with your address on here.
We are getting this sorted. I appreciate all the trust you have shown me so far and ask that you trust me for a few more weeks while I get these books to somebody I can trust, and then get them to you.
This is the harshest of lessons for me as a business person and manager of Kickstarter projects, but I now have the state of play and a way forward.
As always, if you have any questions, please contact me.
A PERSONAL NOTE FROM ADRIAN REGARDING THE TERMINATED DISTRIBUTOR
Many of you know our distributor. It’s a small community and many of us are mutual friends.
I ask you to please leave him be and allow me to resolve this issue. Going after him doesn’t help me deliver your book to you.