If you fall off a cliff, you might as well try to fly…

ameresco-revenues-fall-off-fiscal-cliffFor those of you who have been following, I was running a Kickstarter program to try and fund an anthology project called Winter in the City.

The project, unfortunately, never got past the 40% funding mark.  I won’t pretend I’m not disappointed that this first attempt did not succeed and I still believe the concept for the anthology is sound. I also believe the project isn’t entirely dead but rather, let’s just say, it’s in a medically induced coma.

First off, I want to say thank you.  So many of you blogged, tweeted and shared information of the fundraiser.  Many even donated and I am grateful for your support.  I’d like to especially thank M. J. King and Marty Halpern for their help specifically with the fundraiser.  Also, a big thanks to Kip Ayers for his brilliant artwork and to the few folks who helped get the word out (you know who you are and I owe you all a debt).

Perhaps this is the Universe’s way of telling me to stop messing about and to get on with my own writing projects.

But we’ll see.  I have the paddles ready should I decide to bring this project back to life in a different form in the New Year.

You all have been wonderful and supportive—Thank you.


Kindest regards,


R. B. Wood