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We’re half way there!

I’m happy tHalf Way!o announce that thanks to my friends at the Denver Entertainment Art & Design Academy, I Want More Comics!, Escape Velocity Comics, and Mile High Comics, who all hosted events that I was at this week, my latest Kickstarter campaign for my whimsical, rhyming, bedtime storybook, There’s a Zombie in the Basement is officially past the half-way point to it’s goal! Only $1,500 more to go in just over 2 weeks!

I also decided that my Twitter campaign, which could win your child’s school (or your local school) a free visit (or video conference visit if you’re outside of the Denver-metro area) from me was going to be expanded to include not just Twitter, but Facebook and Instagram. Plus, I’m going to do a drawing EACH week, instead of just once, so there will be 2 more chances for your school to win.

How do you enter:

Twitter: follow the instructions on this blog post.

Facebook: Share the pinned post at the top of my fan page, with the link to my “LIVE: There’s a Zombie in the Basement”.

Instagram: Repost this image from my Instagrsm feed to your own Instagram with the following message: “You and your #kids need a #zombie #bedtime #storybook! #There’sAZombieInTheBasement.”, or something close.

It is important that you follow these instructions so I can track down the sharers. I will put each sharer’s name into a bucket. Each share will get your name in the bucket again, so share often!

This week’s winner: Dustin Resch!

More media coverage!

My interview about my Vincent Price: Zombicatures comic book with Charles Folsom, the villian and this campaign with Smurf from Girls of Geek 12 from  the Colorado Horror Con!

Finally, I wanted to share some links to some of the campaigns I’m also backing that I think you might appreciate knowing about:

B is for Brains by Ellie SuttonB is for Brains by Ellie Sutton. As you can probably guess, I think the world needs more zombie kid books. HAfraid of Everything by Adam Tierneyere’s one for your young ones still working on their alphabet!
Afraid of Everything by Adam Tierney. An illustrated collection of short horror stories & poems for kids, young adults, and those who miss being creeped out.
 Poses for Artists by Justin MartinPoses for Artists: 200+ pages of Poses Art Book by Justin Martin. A 200+ page coil/spiral-bound book of simple, pose breakdowns for artists.

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