IndieGoGo: GlassOuse Assistive Device

Campaign title:

Glassouse Assistive Device

 

What are you raising funds for?:

Disabled People

 

What is your Fundraising goal?:

10.000

 

Where do we go to make donations?

Non-profit organizations

 

Start/End dates for your campaign?:

April 26

 

Give us more details about your fundraiser:

The GlassOuse is comprised of a pair of glassed and a “click” button. First, activate the Bluetooth connection on your device, then press the “Connect” button, and the app will find and connect to “CEBA GlassOuse.” After you put GlassOuse on your head, the cursor on the device’s screen moves according to your head movements. When your head is in a centered and comfortable position, the cursor should be in the middle of the screen. To move the cursor left or right, simply move your head from side to side. You use same method to slide the cursor up and down. You can click the mouse by biting or pressing the “click” button connected to the glass by flexible cable. This button has been tested 50,000 times under 3 tons so you don’t need to worry about the quality. A 330mAh 3.7v Li-Po CEBA cell is used for GlassOuse. This cell provides nearly 15 hours of use. The cell can be recharged so you can use it repeatably.

 

Tell us why we should give to your campaign:

Its social responsibility project

 

Any other links or information you’d like to share?
I am running GlassOuse campaign on Indiegogo. It is very transparent on cost and I am not aiming to earn money from this campaign. I just try to help disabled people. If you read about our campaign and watch our video you will understand it well. Please help us to reach more people. I am just trying to do something good and I need good people to help me.. Thanks a lot..

IGG: http://igg.me/at/glassouse
FB: http://facebook.com/glassouse

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Kickstarter: Truth Niagara Handmade Bath & Body Products

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Campaign title:

Truth  Niagara Handmade Bath  & Body Products

 

What are you raising funds for?:

a machine to help facilitate the speed in making my product as well as funds to be able to hire on a sales person/production

 

What is your Fundraising goal?:

$10000.00

 

Where do we go to make donations?

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2002995222/truth-niagara-handmade-bath-and-body-products

 

Start/End dates for your campaign?:

April 22nd to May 22nd 2016

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Give us more details about your fundraiser:

Your help will enable me to buy a bath bomb press that will facilitate and speed up making our bath bombs which will allow us to keep up with demand and concentrate on growing our brand into something international.

Currently we have a brick and mortar store in Niagara Falls, Ontario. We just recently opened up a store on etsy which is doing fantastic and are now concentrating on getting our website out there to focus on online sales. Our store itself features over 100 different all natural products and growing. We have 40 different types of bath bombs that sell out on a daily basis not to mention large wholesale orders for weddings, baby showers, birthdays etc.

 

Tell us why we should give to your campaign:

I have never been one to ask for help and I’ve always been working since I was 14 years old however my business is at a point where I cannot keep up with making my bath bombs alone. The money raised would help me buy the bath bomb press as well as hire one extra person to help make these bath bombs. The rest of the money raised would help me get my costs down and be able to order larger quantities of ingredients. I thank you so much for your support and we cannot wait to send some bath bombs to you!

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D.E. Haggerty – Never Trust a Skinny Cupcake Baker

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Author: D.E. Haggerty

ISBN or ASIN: B01CNZ75DE

Page count: 156

Genre: (Cozy) Mystery

Price (Print and Ebook): $8.50, $1.99 

Author Bio:

I grew up reading everything I could get my hands on from my mom’s Harlequin romances to Nancy Drew to Little Women. When I wasn’t flipping pages in a library book, I was penning horrendous poems, writing songs no one should ever sing, or drafting stories which have thankfully been destroyed. College and a stint in the U.S. Army came along, robbing me of free time to write and read, although I did manage every once in a while to sneak a book into my rucksack between rolled up socks, MRIs, t-shirts, and cold weather gear. A few years into my legal career, I was exhausted, fed up, and just plain done. I quit my job and sat down to write a manuscript, which I promptly hid in the attic after returning to the law. Another job change, this time from lawyer to B&B owner and I was again fed up and ready to scream I quit, which is incredibly difficult when you own the business. Thus, I shut the B&B during the week and in the off-season and started writing. Several books later I find myself in Istanbul writing full-time.

 

Tell us about your book:

A mystery with a heap of laughs, a generous portion of romance, and just a smidgeon of suspense

Callie’s life is rather awesome. She owns a successful bakery and teaches German literature at the local university. There’s just one tiny problem. She has no self-confidence when it comes to her body. And then there’s the little matter of her being accused of murdering her pole dancing instructor. There’s no way Callie’s going to risk losing her teaching position and thus she embarks, with her best baker bud Anna, on a journey to discover the real killer. Between stripper auditions and a detective who insists Callie is the woman of his dreams, it’s a roller coaster adventure. Cupcakes not included.

 

Share any thoughts you’d like the readers to know about you and/or your book:

Never Trust a Skinny Cupcake Baker is the first book in the Death by Cupcake series. The series will consist of three books. I’m currently working hard on the second book of the series, which tells the story of Callie’s best friend, Anna. Anna is completely crazy and totally fun to write. I anticipate a publish date near the end of June. Hmm… it is really nice weather out now so maybe July is closer to the truth?

 

Where can we go to buy your book?

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Never-Trust-Skinny-Cupcake-Baker-ebook/dp/B01CNZ75DE/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1457501176&sr=8-9&keywords=D.E.+Haggerty

Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/620975

Barnes and Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/never-trust-a-skinny-cupcake-baker-de-haggerty/1123498864?ean=2940152907117

Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/never-trust-a-skinny-cupcake-baker

 

Any other links or info you’d like to share?

Author links:

Website: http://dehaggerty.wordpress.com

Blog: https://dehaggerty.wordpress.com/category/mymusings/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dehaggerty

Twitter: https://twitter.com/denaehaggerty

Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+DEHaggerty/posts

Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/denahaggerty/

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7210211.D_E_Haggerty

Amazon author page: http://www.amazon.com/D.E.-Haggerty/e/B00ECQBURU/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_5?qid=1438239628&sr=8-5

Email: dena@dehaggerty.com

 

Excerpt from book:

Anna starts to fiddle with the lock, but it’s pretty clear she has no idea what she’s doing. My heart nearly jumps out of my chest when I hear the door behind me open. “What are you doing?”

I turn to stare at the man yelling at us and nearly fall down the stairs in surprise. He’s tall, way taller than Ben, although the kitten heels he’s wearing probably add several inches to his already impressive height. He’s wearing a pink flowered silk robe and his hair is in a hair net. Is that mascara he’s wearing?

I start to apologize for bothering him and take the first step down the stairs, but Anna interrupts my escape attempt.

“Oh thank goodness, you’re home.” She smiles up at him and flutters her lashes. “We’re in a bit of a jam.”

The neighbor crosses his arms over his chest causing the robe to drape open. His chest is completely hairless. I look down to see he’s wearing woman’s underwear. And not just some simple underwear from the local department store. This is the good silk and lace stuff. That can’t be cheap.

“Richard Wagner reportedly liked to wear women’s underwear made of silk and satin.” I can’t seem to help myself from blurting out random facts when I’m nervous.

He ignores me and demands, “What’s going on?” in a voice that makes it clear that although he may enjoy wearing woman’s clothing, he’s definitely a man who won’t be putting up with silly females.

“We’re at our wit’s end,” Anna says as she saunters up to him. Never one to acknowledge another’s personal space, she’s nearly rubbing up against him. With their difference in height, Anna’s chest is nearly aligned with the neighbor’s manly parts. I start to worry about the effect, if any, having Anna’s female attributes in such close quarters will have on the man’s underwear. “We’re trying to notify all of Dolly’s friends about the funeral, but those stupid police took her phone. We have no idea how to find her friends now.”

The man leans away from Anna and relaxes a tiny bit. “You’re friends of Dolly? I haven’t seen you around here before.”

“We know her from work,” I pipe up.

He raises an eyebrow at me and then proceeds to very obviously check out my assets. A smile lights up his face. “Yeah, I can see you working at Club Bristol.” He looks down at Anna and smirks. “But this little pink-haired one isn’t exactly the type.”

I nearly swallow my tongue and manage to stop myself from asking what Club Bristol is. He needs to think we work there as he obviously doesn’t know about Dolly’s job as a pole dancing instructor. Anna is much quicker on the uptake than me. “I work behind the scenes,” she says. “You know costume design and that sort of thing.” Does she actually know what Club Bristol is? Or is she guessing?

The neighbor nods as if it makes sense. I can only hope it does. “Sorry, I can’t help you. I don’t have a key to Dolly’s place.” He scoots back into his apartment. “I need to get some sleep. I had a late shift last night.” I wonder what kind of work he does. “Good luck.” And with that, he shuts his door, and I hear the lock click as well.

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