Twelve days left in The Flames of Shadam Khoreh Kickstarter

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Only twelve days remain in  The Flames of Shadam Khoreh Kickstarter. Time is really flying by! We’ve blown past the funding goal and two of the stretch goals so far. I’ve just added a new stretch goal—Bookmarks!—and I’m confident we can reach that soon. I’m really gunning for the $10,000 stretch goal, which adds three new interior art pieces for the books, and hopefully we can move beyond it, because I’m cooking up new goals with the artist, Evgeni Maloshenkov, now.

I’ve also added a set of new backing levels for those who are interested in the physical edition of Lest Our Passage Be Forgotten & Other Stories, my premiere short story collection.

The collection includes two brand new short stories set in The Lays of Anuskaya. One is a prequel story that reveals more about Nasim’s origins before he met Nikandr on Volgorod’s great eyrie. The other is a story about Ishkyna and what becomes of her after The Flames of Shadam Khoreh. The third story, “Unearthed,” is a story set in my Norse-inspired middle-gr ade world of Bryndlholt.

There are several new reward levels that allow you to “upgrade” to get a softcover edition of the story collection.

I’m very excited to announce that I’m also releasing a few of my reserve limited edition hardcover copies of Lest Our Passage Be Forgotten & Other Stories. I announced in my last Kickstarter that I would have a minimum run of 100 copies. That left me a few copies of the collection to sell in this Kickstarter, and I’m releasing 15 copies of these numbered collector’s copies now. 12 are available as an upgrade from the ATIANA package (though anyone can opt in to this reward level), and 3 more are available as an upgrade from the NIKANDR package (though again, anyone can opt in to this reward level).

Snap them up while you have the chance. These are some of the few I’ve held back. Most of the rest are going for promotional purposes and for things like Worldbuilders.

Here’s hoping the last week and change goes as well as the first few weeks have. Please continue to spread the word. Your help has been vital to this project’s success, and I very much appreciate it!