on 8 March 2015
There is a lot of good information here, but it is often quite difficult to read, with a lot of bullet-point lists instead of properly developed prose. However, the writing is reasonably good, which is a pleasant change. Some of the information might be a bit out of date (for example, when following up to find out more about the 33needs service, it appears that service is no longer available), but much of it is still very relevant. The focus is very definitely toward games, with the majority (if not all) of the quotes and examples coming from game projects; with a name like "The Crowdfunding Bible", I had hoped that it might provide a slightly wider spectrum of examples.
on 27 March 2016
Some of it's just common sense, but there are lots of handy tips here for the first-timer, and the interviews at the end add some welcome colour. Right, I'm off to Kickstarter to do some more research...