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One Week In – Over 1/4 Funded!

The response to this project has been even more enthusiastic that I imagined.  From only 20 backers, I am already more than a quarter closer to Restored Voice Project’s goal.  Backers from both the Eastern and Western hemispheres have pledged.  I am humbled by this generosity as well as excited by how tangible RVP is beginning to feel.  I am more confident than ever that the goal will be reached.  What I hope is that you, my community, will continue to spread the word about this project – I think we can reach beyond the minimum goal!

I’ve also done an edit of the video – quickened it up, cleaned it up, and added some Himalayan-inspired music.  Take another peek, if you haven’t seen it already!  As a writer, I must say that it’s definitely worth it to compose second drafts.  And I’m sure all of my past teachers would agree.

And for that video, here I must thank Alex Nezam and Billy Engel (my videographer who put so many hours of work into this, and my creative sound engineer with much expertise, respectively).  This video looks much neater and more creative than it would have if I’d been left to deliver my message via -smart-phone-recording.

Keep passing the message along – this project is really taking off!




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