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Life beyond Kickstarter

Getting ready to start packing for Farpoint (and doing a little cleaning for our guests who stay with us during Farpoint). Farpoint is a SF/F convention with a heavy dose of Star Trek and other movie or TV related Science Fiction and Fantasy. It’s not as big as Shore Leave, but that gives me a chance to catch up with people I might only have time to say “Hi! Bye!” to at other shows.

Between it and Shore Leave, I always enjoy catching up with the other Trek authors who attend. It’s interesting to see what they’re working on these days, both media tie-ins and original works. Media Tie-in isn’t quite the ghetto it used to be among SFF writers, but working in any sub-genre draws its fans and disdainers.

I did get an interesting e-mail today. I may be talking to some people about placing another of my stories, which would be incredibly cool. Not going to spoil it by saying what or who, simply because, let’s just say, until papers are signed, everything is as solid as Jello. However, once there is a decision one way or the other I’ll let you know.

And, of course, there’s a Kickstarter update. I had some wonderful donations today and my first “Uh, sorry, I’ve changed my mind”. And you know what, I’m cool with that. Sure, I wish they hadn’t, but everyone’s got their own story and life happens. Sometimes, you get a little over-extended–trust me, I was a junior enlisted in the US Army back in the 80s, I know over-extended–so I’d rather they change their mind now than 20 minutes before the Kickstarter is supposed to close. That would be a tad more awkward. *sigh*

But, again, thanks for all your support.

Originally published at Richard C. White. Please leave any comments there.

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