Road Virus, The. Aims To Enrich Communities with Horror
Road Virus, The. Crowdfunding Campaign
An amazing crowdfunding campaign is drawing to a close. This particular venture is not multimedia specific. Yet, the idea itself encompasses the essence of Horror and Science Fiction. One might say this particular project resurrects the core of the above-mentioned genres.
Literature has many variants such as graphic novels and comic books. To find a specialized selection under one roof is unheard of. Best friends Em and Sade spearhead The Road Virus, a concept morphing into fruition. The Road Virus is the culmination of a lifelong vision. The goal will be to bring Horror, Sci-Fi literature and related sub-genres to the forefront.
Both Em and Sade contribute passions for the genre. Experience in the field of literature curation also serves as a driving force. A unique and inspirational project is on the horizon. If funded, The Road Virus will serve to enrich communities nationwide. Providing access to a slate of themed publications is only part of the service.
Em and Sade hope to offer community-based projects. With financials hindering any chance of opening a store the duo sought the next best solution. Em and Sade obtained a used bookmobile to serve as both living quarters and a mobile bookstore.
The Road Virus allows the duo to reach out to neighboring communities and cities across the U.S. Some of the services planned are
• Private tutoring and free access to wi-fi
• Large children, Young Adult section
• Free movie nights catering Adults and Family demographics
• Wide selection of literature encompassing Horror, Science Fiction, and related genres.
This article serves as an introduction to The Road Virus crowdfunding campaign. For more in-depth information and/or to donate visit the Kickstarter platform. Only seven days remain to reach the target goal of nineteen thousand dollars ($19,000). Three thousand five hundred eighty-three dollars is the current total.
The journey The Road Virus will embark on begins the 1st of February 2017.