You Still Have a Chance to Get ‘Something Like Fall’
INDIEGOGO CONTRIBUTORS get exclusive eBook copies of the “sort-of sequel” this week, a perk for supporting the film during the crowdfunding campaign last fall.
As he notes in a foreword to “Something Like Fall,” author Jay Bell says, “The outpouring of support for this project was moving.”
UPDATE: Talk about “Something Like Fall” with other fans on our discussion page!
“During the fundraising efforts, I was already searching for a way of giving thanks,” he adds. “I figured the best thing I could offer is more of what most of you expect from me. Words! How many? I figured I could manage a short story, but the result is more like three short stories that intertwine.”
The result is a 100-page book, available in multiple eBook formats. “‘Something Like Fall’ is a sort of tour through the other Seasons books, but from Ben’s perspective,” Jay says. “I absolutely loved writing it.”
DIDN’T CONTRIBUTE on Indiegogo, but still want your own copy of “Something Like Fall”? We’re offering a last chance to people who missed out during last year’s Indiegogo campaign. Here’s how:
- PayPal $25 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- List your name, email and perk level ($25).
- You’ll receive “Something Like Fall” (now that it’s available) and, in the future, a digital download of Something Like Summer when the movie is ready for wide distribution.
- If you’re interested in any of our other, premium perks (which are all bundled with “Something Like Fall”), check out our original Indiegogo page, select the perk(s) you want and PayPal that amount as instructed in No. 1 and 2 above. Include your mailing/shipping address if the perk you select requires shipping.
MORE STORIES! Readers of ‘Fall’ will be the first to learn about Jay’s future plans to revisit the world of the Seasons books. If you weren’t an Indiegogo contributor, you can still get Jay’s final visit with Ben Bentley by contributing $25 to the production.
We, like Jay, appreciate the support that is helping us bring his characters to life. “Thank you again for your support, not just in regards to the movie, but also my writing in general,” Jay says. “I feel so lucky that I’m able to do this for a living.”