The big Kickstarter question: Is this actually going to happen?
No one has said this to me directly, but I know that when people hear about a big ambitious project, one of the core concerns they have is if it's going to happen or if the creator is going to back out.
The best predictor of the future is the past. Shelter in Place, my RPG, is in the hands of the backers who ordered it. When I said I was going to write The Ministry Initiative, I did. When I said I was going to stay out for 24 hours in the city, I did it. When I was asked to illustrate the inside of Heroine with photography, I RENTED OUT A PRISON and made it happen. I Make Things Happen.
When I make a promise that I'll make a project happen, I do it.
I may put off the dishes till tomorrow. I may not get to the gym as much as I should. I might drink too much coffee.
But when I say I'm going to finish a creative project? I do it. You can build your house on my word.https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/458185346/in-their-own-worlds