Strange Box Sharefest and Myth of the Maker

Our Strange Box Kickstarter campaign is going strong, and we know that current fans of The Strange know about it. But we’d like to reach out to new people who may not have heard of The Strange RPG—and that’s where you, dear reader, are of critical importance. By letting other people know about the Kickstarter through retweets on Twitter and shares on Facebook, you help get the word out to new people.

So let’s make this a fun little challenge!

Bruce’s next novel, Myth of the Maker, comes out in April of this year (you can preorder it now!). The idea behind the novel served as the basis for The Strange RPG—he and Monte thought it would be a cool game setting as well as a cool story.

If we get 100 shares of this Facebook post and 100 retweets of this Twitter post, Bruce will record a 10-minute video of himself reading an excerpt from Myth of the Maker, and we’ll post that video to our YouTube channel. We’ll be tracking our progress on the Strange Box Kickstarter campaign with a chart that looks like this:

And if we push past 100 to even higher numbers, we may get Bruce to do something even more wild!

But we have to hit those two share/retweet goals before the Strange Box Kickstarter campaign ends (March 17th), or it doesn’t count!

We already have over 500 backers for this Kickstarter campaign. With your help, we can boost that to 600, 700, or even more, which means we hit more stretch goals, and means more cool stuff for you!

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Sean Reynolds
Sean Reynolds

Sean K Reynolds grew up in southern California. He’s been a webmaster, game designer, developer, freelancer-wrangler, and many other jobs that can’t be described in one or two words. He’s worked on a couple hundred books for a half a dozen RPGs, designed videogames, taught classes on game design, written plays and musicals, judged international talent-search contests, won game design awards, and had bit parts in geeky movies. He lives in Seattle, Washington with his four cats. Sean is the Community Relations Coordinator at Monte Cook Games.