Wednesday morning, I fly out to San-Diego for my first (and probably only for a while after this) Comic-Con! My ideal schedule is up on Comic-Con’s scheduling site and it’s public/consistently updated so you can see where you’re likely to bump into me.
So good and bad and good news on the R’lyief Sale (initial details post). The good news is that the response has been great. At this point I’m anticipating at least $150 raised, allowing for a few people who won’t be able to pay their invoices until payday this Friday.
The bad news is that because the response was so good, I haven’t been able to crochet any extra WeeThulhus to put up for a general sale like I’d initially planned. I was going to put them up here, take pics, lets people claim them and donate, but that doesn’t look like it’ll pan out.
But the third side of the news sandwich is good news again—I still can make Cthulhus if people want to get in on the R’lyief Sale before it’s over. So here are the updated details:
This week, the week of March 23, 2011 (March 21st – March 26th), I’m having a sale on Cthulhus in my store, specifically those in the Ready to Ship area of my store (NOT the commissions). During this week, you can use the coupon code: RLYEH2011 to take 15% off any Cthulhu that’s already been made and is ready to ship.
One of the things any fan of Lovecraft discovers early on is that Lovecraft was very attached to certain words. We either laugh of groan every time we hear something described as “indescribable” or called “unnamable” or “antiquarian” or “cyclopean.” And sometimes we wonder how many times he actually used the words.