Do Frank J. a Favor

Posted on June 19, 2014 11:00 am

I wasn’t sure about this crowdfunding, but it’s chugging along now that Liberty Island has officially launched the campaign.

Now, I don’t ask you readers for much. I mean, I do constantly ask you for money. And there was that one time I asked for a kidney (and stop asking what for). And then there was that time I asked you all to keep quiet even though that made you complicit in a felony. But other than that, I’ve given without asking to receive. But now I am asking: Please contribute to the Liberty Island campaign. I’ve wanted to be a novelist long before I started blogging (even before I thought of nuking the moon), and now they are going to publish my first novel. And I need it to be a huge success. Think about it; what if it’s such a big hit I get down the path to being a full time writer. Then guess what I have more time for? That’s right: blogging.

Well, just because I’ll have more time to blog doesn’t mean I will, but in theory, great blog posts again. In the least, you’ll be seeing more books from me — both fiction and my non-fiction (though, if you’ve read those, you know I pretty much make everything up in those too). So please help support me by helping Liberty Island. Any amount would be great, but do check out the rewards for larger contributions (and don’t you want a copy signed by me, the great Frank J.?). And please spread the word.

So do this and you’ll be on your way to working off the great debt you owe me from reading my blog posts. So contribute now and help me and other conservative writers. Thanks.

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9 Responses to “Do Frank J. a Favor”

  1. Jimmy says:

    If you become a full time writer, what about engineering, Frank? Plus, you’d be a stay-at-home Dad and your wife would get sick of you and make you live in the garage, where (of course!) you could run a home school while building rocket launchers on neighborhood dinosaurs… in between novel writing, and, more importantly, BLOGGING!.

    Actually, I’m looking forward to Liberty Island “making it.”

  2. Harvey says:

    By the way Frank, I never did thank you for getting me that kidney. Really solved that little “problem” I was having with that “legitimate businessman’s group”.

  3. 11Charlie says:

    Great jeorb, sir. You’ve convinced me to finally join in crowdfunding something! Love the blog (all authors here) and look forward to the book.

  4. Jimmy says:

    Now, as to the name “Liberty Island…” Surely, it’s also a place!

    I need Latitude/Longitude coordinates so I can visit there and pick out some real estate. The Soviet State of Washington is wearing me down.

  5. Burt says:

    Can I read my copy of your book? or do I have to keep the dustjacket pristine to get full value out of my signed first edition? Where can I get those white cotton gloves that numismatists use?

  6. Frank J. says:

    You’ll get an ebook copy with the print, so read that one. But don’t dog ear any of the ones or zeroes because then your reader will crash.

  7. Burt says:

    Never mind…I found them:

  8. Ben says:

    I donated, because you deserve it for IMAO, but you should really figure out how to make it an audio book :)

  9. Fly says:

    Sorry I’m late to the pubslush party. If I give more than $25, do I still get the signed copy of your book? I think that’s usually how these things work (every level encompasses the previous level), but I don’t see that specifically mentioned on the pubslush page.

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