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A book about fitting in and finding your way by Victor Saad & David Kelley.
A book about fitting in and finding your way by Victor Saad & David Kelley.
647 backers pledged $24,587 to help bring this project to life.

Wow! x10000000

Posted by Victor Saad (Creator)

The past two weeks have been awesome! We blew past our new goal of 500 backers and 20k. Because of you, we’ll be able to print 3,000 copies of the book. And we’ll be able to use the proceeds for something really meaningful (more on that after the campaign). 

In the meantime, the books are just about to hit the printing press to make sure they arrive in time for the holidays! Everything on the production side has come along really nicely. This book is going to make the perfect companion for your nightstand, bookshelf, and storytelling nights.

Now, one final push!

We're curious if we can reach 750 backers by Thursday at 10pm CST, when the campaign ends. But there's no way we can do that without you. So, we're curious...can you share this project with at least two friends/colleagues/family members? There's some sample copy below for you to make it super simple. Take a look and give it a go.

Thanks again for being part of this. We can't wait to end on a great note together!

A Post for Facebook:
This Thursday is the last day to back this Kickstarter for the children’s book, The Shapeless Shape. It’s a delightful story about fitting in and finding your way written and produced by an incredible team. Learn more and snag your copy here: 

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Subject: Interesting project + Holiday Gift
Email: Hey, I recently backed this project on Kickstarter by Victor Saad & David Kelley. It’s a children’s book called The Shapeless Shape. The message, the team, and the way the book was made are all really special. The campaign finishes on Thursday night. Learn more and snag a copy here:    


PS: A special project from a talented friend

One of my friends, heroes, and one of the kindest people I know, Tanner Woodford, is also creating a publishing project. He collected 50 letters from designers and creatives answering the question, "What's worth preserving?" The final product is stunning and the lessons in the book are timeless. If you love publishing projects, art, design, and/or people...take a look at Tanner's project here. Thanks ahead of time for supporting one of our friends!



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