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We have allocated our own resources and money to cover expenditures over that goal including marketing and sales. We will use the income from the initial sales to publish more copies, and market to more stores and partners. This total profit will then be used for promotion, payment to authors and artists, stipend for support staff and publication of the next issue of the DayDrifter. We will also be simultaneously raising funds through another fundraising campaign, ad sales and annual subscriptions to grow our readership and continue the DayDrifter for future issues.
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There are plenty of risks and challenges with any venture, especially in the creative arts. Below, I have compiled a list of some actual questions and some made up questions about our risks and challenges:. Luckily, we have commitments from several stores and shops throughout Indiana to carry the DayDrifter immediately. We are certainly looking for more opportunities. One of the ways we have made friends and partners is to guarantee ad space at a discounted rate for our distribution partners. We hope the DayDrifter gets in so many stores over the next year that this becomes impossible to satisfy--but that's a good problem to have down the road!
We have been very upfront with our contributors that we do not have the ability to pay them immediately. We plan to be able to pay out after a few issues, but that is all dependent on the readership and our success. As we have explained this, we have found that most of our contributors have happily agreed and are just as excited as we are to be part of the DayDrifter.
Our goal is to allow our contributing writers a new vessel to display their talents and to increase their readership. Essentially, anyone that wants to. We have commitments and drafts of stories already from the entire spectrum: Again, part of our mission is to be a platform for creative people to tell their stories and share their experiences. We also have a recurring paranormal and conspiracy section. And a contributor sent us a draft of a story about some fascinating untold history of Indiana. By providing copies of the DayDrifter as rewards for KickStarter contributions, we guarantee the sale of some copies.
We also all have parents that we can guilt into buying a few copies. In the case that we do not sell enough quantity, we have assembled a team capable of making strategic choices. Our team includes business owners, musicians and authors. We believe in the concept of our idea, and will make decisions that will benefit the concept. This may include scaling back production, or more fundraising. But we will not give up on encouraging others to write, create or make art to share with others!
Questions about this project? Check out the FAQ. All contributors receive their name on our "Thank You" list on the website at the time of publishing. It will remain there for as long as Daydrifter is in circulation. For being such a cool dude, we are going to put your name inside our first issue and show everyone how much we love you! Thanks for the contribution! Not only will we give you a big shout out in our first volume, but when we launch our first volume, we are going to have a big party and you're invited!
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Let us return the favor to you with a full page ad, a t-shirt and a couple extra copies of the magazine for you! If you are this serious about us, I think we should sit down and talk. This sort of contribution gets you and 1 guest a dinner in the Indianapolis area with the DayDrifter crew and contributing authors to talk about the mag, our writing and to learn more about you! Sep 1, - Oct 1, 30 days. Share this project Done. Short Stories and Tall Tales. Short, entertaining read of folk stories in Qwill's hometown.
Sep 23, Bill Bennett rated it liked it. First, a moment of transparency. My family and I have read the "Cat Who That being said, I currently am waiting on two holds at the library and have caught up on three months of "Nat. As a "Cat Who" fan I found the one and two page stories enjoyable but doubt that anyone who hasn't visited Moo First, a moment of transparency. As a "Cat Who" fan I found the one and two page stories enjoyable but doubt that anyone who hasn't visited Moose County would feel the same.
Oct 02, Warren rated it it was ok. I found the book short and sweet. Some of the stories left me thinking, and then what happened? Most if not all of these stories could be found throughout The Cat Who series. They're okay here but I think they're a lot more fun when you hear them in the context of their given books. I found it enjoyable overall and recommend it for fans of the series who may want to reminisce. Oct 22, Lorraine rated it it was ok.
You need to have read some the the "The Cat Who I had not, so was just baffled by the amateur writing in this book. If I had the connections, I could write up my grandmother's memories much better than these! Sep 16, M. White rated it it was ok. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. Not bad, but I was very disappointed that all the 'Tales ' we're just repeats of stories already told in her 29 other books. This just repeated them with no additional information or expansion, so I felt it was a waste of time. Jul 24, Kim rated it really liked it.
Sure to bring a smile to fans of the Cat Who series However since I'm a big fan i got a kick out of these original stories.. Sep 24, Mark Ennis rated it it was amazing. May 25, Susan Kosel rated it liked it.
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Very clever story telling. Nov 07, Eliz rated it it was ok. I thought this was short stories but instead it's really snippets from the books that do not include mysteries, the cats and largely Qwilleran is missing too. Oct 16, Carol rated it really liked it. A great collection of stories collected by Qwill in his years as a newspaper columnist.
I really enjoyed reading these short stories. They're the ones that Quill was compiling for just such a book as this one is titled. Jul 16, Susan A Horton rated it it was ok. A few months ago I saw this book but did not select it. Now having finished this very light easy read my opinion is it is not quite on par with Ms.
May 11, Pat Welte rated it really liked it. Good book to read when you only want short stories. Jul 22, Isaiah Vianese rated it liked it. A charming collection of short stories, mostly folklore and local history about the imaginary Michigan region Moose County. Recommended for Cat Who fans.
May 14, Nan rated it really liked it Shelves: I listened to the audiobook. Oct 15, Gillian rated it it was amazing. Oct 16, Jesheckah rated it liked it. A cute look into the cat who universe. Quirky, fun, and never steeping to far to either side. Braun is truly missed. Oct 01, Marilyn Romine rated it it was ok. Not satisfying; it was like nibbling carob bits, when you really want a chocolate bar! This is an anthology of stories captured by James Mackintosh Qwilleran from the citizens of Moose County. The stories are known by the readers of the cat who series.
Other readers may pick up this book for a taste of the style of writing, if one is unsure. There aren't any spoilers for the mysteries of the series, but details of the stories will be duplicated if the series has been read or will be read after this book.
Feb 25, Elizabeth rated it really liked it Shelves: Some repetition but still good. I recently picked up a copy of this book and found it to be just what I expected, although I have found others anticipated a mystery book it's anything but mystery it's chock full of little stories people have told James Qwilleran when they ran in to him in Moose County. I found them delightful and love how people came up to him on the street or at his residence with another story from long ago. I think people need to remember that James always said one day he'd write a book about all these litt I recently picked up a copy of this book and found it to be just what I expected, although I have found others anticipated a mystery book it's anything but mystery it's chock full of little stories people have told James Qwilleran when they ran in to him in Moose County.
I think people need to remember that James always said one day he'd write a book about all these little stories that have been sent his way over time.
I thoroughly enjoyed the stories definitely some quarky ones to say the least. I have been a fan of Lilian Jackson Braun since I was a teenager and my aunt handed me one of her books to try out and see if I would like it which I did so during my summers she would get me caught up on the recent cat who books, such a joy to read and go back to that time when I didn't even know what a cozy was much less had a genre for it.
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It all started with the cat who saw red and the rest they say is history! For those who love the Cat who books which ones is your favorite? Sep 08, Cindy rated it it was ok Recommends it for: I was really disappointed by this latest entry into "The Cat Who" series. I've been getting a little tired of the series anyway, but I thought this might really be something different, something fun. It wasn't nearly as good as I had expected. These tales are slight at best, and mere sketches at worst. I was hoping for something meaty with some depth. Even she wanted to write some short stories, did they have to be this short?
I don't really understand the whole point of this book.
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I think the i I was really disappointed by this latest entry into "The Cat Who" series. I think the idea was to just present some sketches that portray a certain mood, and if that's what you're looking for, you may enjoy the book.