ok, this is funny. An email conversation with the one person I didn’t know, who backed my Kickstarter campaign. Read all the way to the bottom….
On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 7:23 AM, <email@example.com> wrote:
I wanted to reach out and thank you personally for supporting my Kickstarter campaign for my book on HOPE.
You are the ONLY person whom I don’t know personally to have pledged. It has given me some insight in crowdfunding in general and I’m grateful to have reached my target despite books probably not being the best product for this kind of fundraising.
I would love to know what motivated you to pledge for this book and how you came across it. I would also like to hear from you after you receive the rewards.
As you can see, in the attached pictures, I’m receiving samples from different printers. I’m also getting quotes on my “love key” which you are entitled to. It will be quite beautiful.
It is highly unlikely that these will arrive before the end of April, but I am shooting for early May delivery. I will definitely keep you abreast of the process as it develops.
Thanks for your message.
To respond to your question about my motivation to pledge to your kickstarter, I’m an active member of our local BDSM group. Being a submissive, my dom was interested in the unique skeleton key that ships with your book, and instructed me to back you. I’m both excited and scared about the plans he has in store for me and your unique love key. As you’re undoubtedly aware, you’re a huge influence in our community and it is both our pleasure and our pain to support you.
We’ll make sure to keep in touch and provide photos of all the excitement the key provides.
Just kidding man! This is xxx- the guy whose truck and dog you had for a week while me and xxx went on our cruise. The real reason I decided to back you is I believe you’re a highly intelligent and insightful person and am interested to learn more about the message you’ve decided to share with the world.