Well, now what?

Now the real work starts.

We have been on cloud nine since getting the notification from Kickstarter saying our project was fully funded, and knowing that a lot of people out there feel the same way about libraries means we can make a difference, however small, with your help.

If you didn’t know, we are committing 20% of profits to public libraries in the UK through library ‘friends’ groups (what’s a friends group you ask? Basically a gang you can join- check out The Library Campaign’s information on friends groups to find out more). You can nominate your local library right now- to nominate, take a look at our nominate form.

To donate money though, we better start making money- so to keep you in the loop we have made a helpful timeline (for you and us) to see what comes next in our story.

Can you see our first mis step from the time line? That’s right- you don’t have to wait for November to pre-order from our first collection! Check out our shop to grab one of our limited edition t-shirts inspired by George Orwell’s 1984.

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