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FIVE DAYS LEFT TO SAVE THE ADVENTURE!
Greetings, fellow adventurers and delvers into the unknown! We are just five days away from our kickstarter deadline! Your support has been overwhelming, and we want to say a huge thank you to everyone who has contributed so far. With time ticking away, we just need a few more of you to open your hearts (and, let's be honest, your wallets) in order to ensure that we can rescue the scores of hidden Adventure gems that are just waiting to be rediscovered. We are very close... and with your help we can still hit our goal.
Tell your family, tell your friends--tell your enemies! (Just cackle madly when you do, to disconcert them- they are your enemies, after all.)
...is Kickstarter time, because it means we're about to bring you a whole new line of vintage pulp, delivered straight to your newfangled mobile devices!
Because of the huge, incredible outflowing of support for our original SavetheScifi Kickstarter, and of all the subscribers since then, we're happy to announce that we're expanding our offerings into the realm of Adventure novels. So many amazing stories going woefully un-ebookified! Well, we're about to change all that.
Huge thanks to everyone who has supported us so far! You're what makes this all possible, and we can't wait to bring you the new line, which will include lifetime and yearly eBook subscriptions, just like its Scifi sister.
A word for our original SavetheScifi Kickstarter backers: if you choose to back SavetheAdventure too, we'll send you an awesomely pulpy vintage paperback Adventure book as a thank you.
Here's a list of some Adventure titles similar to those you might see coming your way soon, just to whet your appetites
- Marcel Allain and Pierre Souvestre’s crime adventure "Fantômas" (1911)
- Edgar Rice Burroughs’s atavistic adventure "Tarzan of the Apes" (1912)
- Arthur Conan Doyle’s science fiction adventure "The Lost World" (1912)
- Zane Grey’s Western adventure Riders of the Purple Sage (1912)
- Edgar Rice Burroughs’s science fiction adventure A Princess of Mars (1912)
- Sax Rohmer’s espionage adventure "The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu" (1913)
- André Gide’s "Les caves du Vatican" ("Lafcadio's Adventures") (1914)
- John Buchan’s Richard Hannay adventure "The Thirty-Nine Steps" (1915)
- Rafael Sabatini’s sea-going historical adventure "The Sea Hawk" (1915)
- E. Phillips Oppenheim’s espionage adventure "The Great Impersonation" (1920)
Grab your guns and the hat of your choice, and back the SavetheAdventure Kickstarter now!