Philosophers' Dogs

By Samuel Dodson and Rosie Benson

All philosophers stole their ideas from their dogs.

Thursday, 11 June 2020

We're almost there!

Hello, friends! 

First things first, we're extraordinarily pleased to say that thanks to all of you brilliant people, we're now over 95% of the way towards our crowdfunding target. At the time of writing, we're at 96% with 307 absolutely incredible supporters (that's you, that is). 

This means we're very much on the final stretch - and we are SO close to our final goal now. By our reckoning, we need just 20 new pre-orders of our book to get us over the line. 

You have already done so much to get us this far - but we're now asking if you can once again lend us a paw (or four). 

It would be so excellent if you can please share our book with people you know. Direct messages/texts/emails work best, but sharing on social media is also great, too. So, please do 'Like' us on Facebook, and 'Follow' us on Twitter and Instagram

We can't say how much it would mean to see our book on bookshelves and in the paws of dogs everywhere - and it will be especially brilliant to know in the pages of our book are the names of all you absolutely excellent folks who have helped make this idea a reality. 

As well as sharing our project with your friends/family/dogs, it would be unbeliavably excellent if you're able to upgrade your pledge. To do this, all you need to do is:

  1. Log in to your Unbound account
  2. Go to your supported projects page
  3. Find the book that you want to upgrade and click manage project
  4. Click on the 'Upgrade or donate' button.
  5. Choose the upgraded 'reward' option you'd like (e.g. personalised pawtraits, signed copies of the book, 'dog-rees' for a very smart pooch you know, or sign up for a philosophical dog walk with Sam and his dog, Reg). 

Or, if you'd just like to pop a little extra something in, you can donate directly through Unbound (using the steps above). 

We know there's a lot going on right now - but anything you can do to get us over the final hurdle is so hugely appreciated. 

So, all that is left to say is: 

Thank you; thank you; thank you. 

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