Writer's Kit #2 (plus chance to win signed-by-Neil bag)
Regular price$ 28.95Sale
We had such fun with the first Writer's Travel Kit, which quickly sold out, we designed a new set. We only have 100 of these-- they will go fast.
A lucky clicky pen w/Neil's advice printed in silver, a tote bag, 12 postcards and a luggage tag. All the traveling writer needs to get around.
4 WISH postcards, 4 HOPE postcards and 4 FIRE postcards. (or let me know, i'll make 12 of whatever you prefer) These are the newly reprinted HOPE cards, I went with Chris Riddell's original lighter-in-color version.
**(in other news, I am sending the reprints out to those who ordered, if yours doesn't show up soon, let me know! firstname.lastname@example.org)**
This lovely tote (made entirely out of recycled plastic bottles), will hold what you need to carry with you perfectly. The straps are reinforced, to carry everything from a change of clothes to your bowling ball. Silver ink on black, w/a protection dragon!
(it WILL fit the gorgeous ABSOLUTE SANDMAN #1, but sorry to report, that giant book does not come with the kit)
The luggage tag is metal to withstand all of the rigors of travel. We've had them on our road crew suitcases for three years and they're still hanging on. Dream dangerously, team.
to further sweeten the deal, when I saw Neil at the Long Beach event, I asked him to sign 10 of the hundred bags in silver sharpie and I will send them in random orders. I thought it would be like the Willy Wonky golden ticket, and a nice thank-you to his readers. TO BE CLEAR: they are not all signed, only one in ten have been signed!
this is what the lucky ten look like! There is actually a pretty good chance of getting a signed Neil bag for a steal. We are packing ALL the kits up and throwing them in a big bin, so we will not know who gets the signed versions. Hope you will post your prizes on the Neverwear Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Neverwear/
(i also post discount codes over on that page- worth a visit)
Writers! remember Neil's brilliant advice on writing: "finish things"-