Diary #037 – Rebecca’s Crossing part 4

…That’s it! I hope you’ve enjoyed in whatever way you can this little busy adventure told through the eyes of Nintendo.

So many of you now have and enjoying the PDF booklet I’m offering right now but did you know, were you aware…?? Patrick Alexander has just released his own unbelievably beautiful PDF booklet. This will drive you mad with wonder. And better yet, you might be lucky enough to snatch up one of his shittingly awe-inspiring originals!

I cannot believe how talented that man is. Looking at those drawings makes me want to dance and weep. Get that booklet and try to get an original postcard and you will have made one of the best decisions of your life.

…And if you’d still like to be a part of my KinokoFry Summer Donation Drive:

EVERY donation, big or small, will get you a copy of my new PDF booklet, “KinokoFry; Behind the Scenes

Donations of $20 and over will get an ORIGINAL INKED POSTCARD such as this.

Donations of $30 and over will get an ORIGINAL MARKER COLOURED POSTCARD such as this.

Donations of $40 and over will get an ORIGINAL WATERCOLOUR PAINTED POSTCARD such as:

On top of that, for every $200 raised, you will all get a new, special adventure Submameen comic!

Aaaaaaand at the end, the 3 highest donations will receive one of those original Submameen comics!

If you remember from last time, simple suggestions for the postcards are welcome. Here are a bunch from the previous donation drive. The PDF booklets will be mailed out every day (please make sure your email address is correct), and of course, please make sure you include your mailing address if you’re getting a postcard.


EVERY donation helps to support KinokoFry. Thankyou so much for your support :)

If you’re reading via RSS, come check out the Submameenometer on the website!

- Rebecca Clements

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Oh man! I love Animal Crossing!

I immediately recognized it after I saw the hat on the girl.

Good job!


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