With one week to go, I've realised that running a Kickstarter campaign is exactly like running cross country.
I don’t know about you but I despised cross country running. I enjoyed most sports at school but those days filled me with dread. It never seemed that you would hit that point where it felt like it was almost over, or the end was in sight. When you got to the halfway point it was more, oh lord, I can’t believe I have to do all that again and by the time you’re three quarters of the way there, your lungs are burning and that final quarter feels harder than the previous three.
Hopefully, this where running a Kickstarter and cross country differ.
We’re on the final stretch, there's still a bunch to go but we’re super excited about our progress. Luckily I enjoy this a lot more than I enjoyed running so it’s not feeling like the painful chore that cross country used to. (Damn you, Mr. Harewood, telling me off for talking to my friends rather than focusing on running)
It's at this point that we wanted to ask you wonderful backers for your support, again.
With one week to go, we need to continue to get the word out there, and we’re hoping that you can help us with that by sharing our project with people you think might be interested a couple more times! Be that with an email, or a Facebook post, or even by carrier pigeon (I assume this is less effective but it would be pretty cool anyway).
In our last update, we changed our social stretch goals and made a little headway but we’ve still got a way to go.
We’re working hard to make sure that we can bring Home on Lagrange to life so we can all move into space and create stories of our own but space travel is always a team affair and we need you!
If you have a look on our Facebook page we have a pinned post that can be shared, and on the last update, we shared a few images that can be used on Instagram, or wherever else you want to use them. If you have any other suggestions for us, influential people who may enjoy the game, or places that may share it, then please let us know!
Thank you, Jordan.
p.s. Callum says that he really enjoyed cross-country running, so maybe the comparison was just for me.