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A project in Aurora, IL by Greg Stolze

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Get an 80,000 word novel about a smart-alec supervillain and his lifetime of hassles.
Backers: 459
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Funded: $6,785 of $6,000
Dates: Jun 1st -> Jul 1st (30 days)
Project By: Greg Stolze
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Latest News

Kicking down the door with Greg Stolze - Part 2 (Interview)

June 29th - via:
“SINNER” is a novel told from the supervillain's point of view, after he turns himself in to cops who couldn't catch him and submits to a prison that couldn't really hold him. The book is, in some ways, a mystery, orbiting the question of how a fairly nice guy wound up holding assorted individuals, businesses and nations hostage and then what event led to a mass die-off of both heroes and villains, with Sinner turning himself in to the cops? (Read More)


June 28th - via:
Now that THAT formality is dealt with, I can proceed to the next, which is... THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU Deep down, I was pretty confident this would cross the finish line, and I knew that it wouldn't be a disaster even if it DIDN'T, but still...... (Read More)


June 27th - via:
As I type this, there are four days left, but that precious time is dripping away... why, by the time I reach the end of this paragraph, it will be lessened by a small, but measurable amount!  90% is so close, but close only does so much.  So if... (Read More)

Cover Preview!

June 24th - via:
The cover layout has come back!  This isn't FINAL final, but it's close.  Feast your eyes! -G.  (Read More)

More Teasers! MORE!

June 22nd - via:
Here are examples of some of the newsclippings included in SINNER.  Formatting these for ePub has been a bit of a pain, but I'm happy with how they turned out. -G.  (Read More) which I divide your attention.

June 17th - via:
As I understand marketing orthodoxy, I really ought to hog your attention all to myself, but my instinct is that the guy with the "Avengers" poster up in his office is actually MORE likely to go see "Man of Steel," not less. So in that spirit, if... (Read More)


June 15th - via:
Hey, who wants to read part of the first chapter? Chapter One: I Hate Waiting in Line I’d just pushed my way through the revolving door when I heard a snicker. My first instinct was to give someone a smack for the disrespect, but seeing as I was in... (Read More)

(A Clarification)

June 3rd - via:
Nota bene: The hardbacks are signed, just like the softcovers.  Also, here's what the patches look like. -G.  (Read More)

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