Yesterday I launched my new bibliotherapy site, LitTherapy, and now I've started my Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign. It's been a busy weekend!
If you're new to the concept, crowdfunding is a way to get all sorts of projects backed online. Kickstarter is a really excellent way to raise money for creative projects that you may not otherwise be able to fund (e.g. art projects, CDs or books), but as I'm creating a new web application I've chosen to use Indiegogo.
I think crowdfunding is one of the most exciting opportunities for all us entrepreneurial and creative types, and I'd love to hear if you have experience of it. Alternatively, if my own mission is successful, maybe I could help you out with your own pursuits!
The more the project is shared socially, the more chance it has of reaching the Indiegogo front page and reaching even more people. Therefore, it would be great if you could manage a retweet or Facebook like if you have a spare minute before March 28th (in 33 days!)
Like I said in my introduction post to LitTherapy, I really do think that a free bibliotherapy resource is something that we could all benefit from having access to.
Here's the video about the LitTherapy project:
It would be amazing if any of you could contribute, but I'd also be incredibly grateful if you could manage any of the following:
How LitTherapy could work for bloggers
If the campaign is successful, I'd like to get bloggers involved and help you promote your writing through it. Whether it's by linking to your reviews, featuring your thoughts on specific books, or even by you helping me with the running of LitTherapy, there will be plenty of opportunities!
Also, if you follow my blog but don't have one yourself, I'd still love for you to get involved!
Got any questions? Comment below or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can chat!