The Ancient Egyptian Daybook: watch us grow!

The Ancient Egyptian Daybook -- Kicktraq Mini

Here’s a little widget that is tracking our progress with The Ancient Egyptian Daybook project on Kickstarter. If you didn’t believe that social media has benefits before, you can see it in all its glorious data proof here. The two big “bumps” in the last week came after significant social media attention.

We’ve got a week to go, and a bit toward our two stretch goals to go as well. The only way this happens is if more people get involved. And the only way that happens, is if we share the details with more people.

You can help by sharing this project far and wide. Link to this blog. Link directly to the Kickstarter project page. Share posts on Facebook from my Facebook page. If you’re on Twitter, follow me at @tamarasiuda. I have relevant posts here on my Pinterest account and here, on my Tumblr. If you’d like to interview me or talk to me about the project, or know someone who would, contact me. Let’s boost this signal all over, for Ancient Egyptophiles everywhere, and make things happen.

And thank you so very much for all of your help. I could not do this without the incredible support you’ve provided.

About tsiuda

Check out my "about" page at tamarasiuda.com. In one word? I'm curious.
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2 Responses to The Ancient Egyptian Daybook: watch us grow!

  1. Sue Magill says:

    Hi Tamara,
    I just watched your video on the calender- research for an Ancient History class. What an exciting project. As an artist and art teacher, I would love to be involved. Am wondering if you have found your artist yet? If not, I would love to have a go at it, personally! and even if you have- the criteria brief would be an exciting project for educational purposes: so I would love to hear from you , it would raise awareness of what you are doing and that is great.
    Hope to hear from you
    Sue Magill

    • tsiuda says:

      Dear Sue: I am still reviewing art needs and the many samples I’ve received. If you’re interested in being considered please feel free to forward your information (along with some examples of your work) to tamara at tamarasiuda dot com and I’ll add you to that. Thanks for your interest! -T

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