All I did was write an update. What happened next blew my mind.
Wednesday, 4 July 2018
I've got a few bits of news to share with you and if you're a fan of The Hunger Games, you're in for a double treat!
1. THE FINAL PUSH
I'll start with the best news: Glarnies, Green Berets & Goons is now 70% funded! This is an important milestone to reach because, as I've mentioned before, Unbound lore states that books hitting this target almost always go all the way to 100%. This is the final push, folks! If each of you manage to persuade just one person to pledge for their own limited edition copy of the book, we'll be there.
2. VACANT LOT
Another performance date has been added for Vacant Lot, the sitcom written by Larry Stephens for Tony Hancock in 1952. It will be presented at Stourbridge Town Hall on Wednesday 19 September before the show at the British Library on Thursday 20 September. For further information and ticket details, click here.
You may be wondering why you’re looking at a photo of The Hunger Games star, Sam Claflin, on the front cover of ARTICLE Magazine. Well, it's what’s inside this classy publication that's of importance to Glarnies, Green Berets & Goons. From page 30 onwards, you'll find a feature about Larry Stephens, illustrated with plenty of photographs, and the book's Unbound page has been included too. ARTICLE is a celebration of all things British, covering everything from art and design to culture, entertainment and contemporary men's fashion and you can find out more here.
4. 10 QUESTIONS
As always, I'd like to thank each and every one of you for your support. Your faith in the project means a lot to me.
Onwards and upwards!
P.S. I thought I’d experiment with a clickbait title. Whether the results blow my mind or not will soon become apparent!
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