Pieces and Parts (Gets Printed) Project

Pieces and Parts (Gets Printed) Project

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Winter Park Author and Artist Gears Up Kickstarter Book Project

Winter Park, FL - The new children’s book “Pieces and Parts” written by Winter Park author and artist Michele Gerber, is about all the weird and random elements that go into making each of us special. In “Pieces and Parts” you will find disco balls, old tires, peacock feathers, glitter and a lot of love mixed together with tidbits of parental advice cleverly disguised as more funny ingredients.

The Kickstarter campaign has now launched to help complete the most expensive part of the book project, printing. Funding on Kickstarter is all-or-nothing; if the project does not reach its $10,000 goal in 30 days, it will not be funded. Once the campaign has been funded, the printed book will be available in early November, which means they will be in the backers’ hands in time to give incredibly lucky children a special holiday gift. Backers will receive a variety of rewards including a “Pieces and Parts” ibook, signed copies of the newly printed book and fun artwork from the book.

Kickstarter is a funding platform for creative projects: everything from books, films, games, and music to art, design, and technology. Kickstarter is full of ambitious, innovative, and imaginative projects that are brought to life through the direct support of others.

Once the “Pieces and Parts” (Gets Printed) Project is successful and printed, we will launch the book nationally and take our project to the wider marketplace. This is why your support of our Pieces and Parts (Gets Printed) Kickstarter Project is so greatly appreciated. For more information, please visit Kickstarter.

About Michele Gerber

Originally from Syracuse, NY, Michele now lives in Winter Park, FL. Shortly after graduating from SUNY Oswego with a degree in Broadcasting and Mass Communications she relocated to the Central Florida area. This is where Michele and her husband, Ron, are raising their family.

After years of freelance production and working in the communications field, Michele felt it was best for work/life balance to create her own company. For more than 10 years she has been running Round Circle, Inc., a small television production company. Round Circle has been lucky to work with some amazing clients and to have been a part of some really exciting projects, including a Telly Award winning documentary, and a screenplay accepted into the Independent Feature Film Market.

Michele’s most recent new adventure besides her Kickstarter Project is teaching. She just completed her first year teaching Video Production at Winter Park High School. She says, “It is wonderful to work with so many new artists and foster an environment that inspires so much creativity.”

Media Contact
Company Name: Pieces and Parts
Contact Person: Salvador Briggman
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Phone: 339-203-2841
Country: United States
Website: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/piecesandpartsbook/pieces-and-parts-gets-printed-project?ref=watched_project_launched

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