Do or Dinosaur Time.
As we approach zero hour, I've cut loose a bunch more Executive Packages. If you're the type who just can't be satisfied by anything less than the best, the time to act is now.
In that spirit: If you haven't pledged, pledge. Waiting around to see if anyone else finishes off the project gets you nothing, except a chance to wait longer and spend more money. This project pays for printing, shipping and artwork, as well as something for my efforts and anxiety. It's not the only time you can get this book, but the price is only going to increase. Origami is not the only reward for early adopters.
If you have pledged, thank you thank you thank you... but I'm not sure it's enough. With eight days left and more than a thousand bucks to go, we're on target to collapse and die right before reaching the finish line. I've promoted this as best I can, and I'll admit that's not the best because I'm a better writer than I am a marketer. If you want this, I'm going to have to beg for your help, AGAIN. I apologize for that. (Trust me, no one wishes harder than me that this was an easy process.) To push this over the edge, my self-interested cheerleading isn't going to cut it. I can say it's funny (and I believe it's some of the funniest stuff I've ever written), I can promise it's well made (which it is, to the utmost of my abilities), but I've been saying that from the start and I don't think repetition is going to convince anybody new. But you, if you believed enough to put up your money, have to have some sensible reason for your trust. What I'm asking you to do is share that reason with someone else who might want to hear it. If you dig the idea of rockabilly paleontologists, you probably hang with similar folks. If you like rules-light comedy games, that's not a hobby you're practicing in isolation. Ask your friends. Spread the word. Tell them time is running out and together, we might just keep this crazy thing afloat.
One more 'thank you.'