I've hit Twitter and Facebook and Google+ and my own blog, of course. As well as a whole host of subject-specific mailing lists I'm on, like Carl Brandon (minorities in SF/F), DesiLit (S. Asian lit.), Twilight Tales (Chicago SF/F), etc. I don't want to hit those subject lists again, I think, because I'm pretty sure that would be spammy. Minal Hajratwala enthusiastically posted to some subject-specific lists she's on, which is also a big help, and if anyone else felt like doing the same, that would be great.
I also signed up for a Broad Universe membership again; I'd let mine lapse, mostly because I didn't have any SF/F to promote, but now that I do, the $30 / year seems like a reasonable investment. Even after the Kickstarter itself is over, if I get funded, I'll be trying to sell more copies of Demimonde, so it should be useful.
And as you can see, I can post to Twitter / Facbook / G+ / my blog again. I could post daily, I suppose, but wouldn't that be tedious for readers? I don't want the next month to just be solid Mary Anne-shills-her-book-AGAIN. I could intersperse it with other posts -- writing stuff and garden stuff and house stuff and teaching stuff, and I probably will, but still, wouldn't a post-a-day on the book be kind of annoying?
Ideally, I should come up with new stuff to say about the book. I'm not sure what that would be. I have one story that I think it pretty solid and ready to go -- I was thinking I could post an excerpt from that, and possibly from some others too, as the month goes on. But what else? Would people be interested in my posting other erotic stories of mine, not necessarily from the book? I have lots of those -- I could even do one a day for the next month. (Would it be obnoxious to have smutty stories show up in your G+ feed?)
I was thinking maybe some giveaways? I could offer a drawing -- one lucky donor who gives today will be randomly selected to get a signed copy of one of my books? That would cost a little extra, of course, but might help counteract the known propensity of people to wait until the last day to donate -- we had that happen in the Strange Horizons fund drives a LOT, and it makes life anxious. If you're planning to pledge to the project, please don't wait until the last day. Pretty please? For the sake of my mental health?
At least for today, I have a special treat to offer -- Nobilis Reed will be doing a podcast of "Jump Space," the story that started this whole project going. I'll link directly to it once it's up, but if anyone else is interested in featuring this project in some way -- interviews, maybe? -- please do get in touch
Any other suggestions on what might help keep postings about this project vaguely interesting to you (and not annoying and spam-like) would be very much appreciated!