A mockup of the cover!
Although my husband and I ran a Kickstarter for our game Crea three years ago, this is my first art-based Kickstarter and I am nervous. I think it's because it has a definite possibility of failure. Usually, if you post artwork online, it can't really "fail." It can be ignored, in which case you just tell yourself to give it time and eventually you'll be noticed. But a Kickstarter, well, that can definitely fail, and that failure would be immortalized on the Kickstarter website forever. Like Han Solo encased in carbonite, except digital. And Princess Leia can't kiss the internet and make it melt, can she? (I'm a little fuzzy on details when it comes to Star Wars)
Whatever. Let's just do this.
I know a lot about Kickstarter, and about how to put together a solid campaign. However, the success of Ladies of Kirk probably depends on my ability to bring it to the attention of Star Trek fans. I've been doing my own research, but if you have ideas for any other places where Trekkies congregate, I'd love to hear them. I could use your help and support!