We have received over 1,500 orders. That is a lot of orders. A lot more orders than expected. We are going through each order individually, meaning every order is reviewed by an actual human before it will be put into production. If we see weirdness, we may email you to doublecheck that everything is correct.
We can put everything automatically into production, but we decided to take the extra step of doing this because you are not just customers. You are BDH. We love you, and we want to make sure that everything is okay. This means that orders will be filled gradually over the course of this week. You will get notifications when the order is shipped.
Some of you emailed regarding the order changes. We will respond to you later today. We have your emails, we are just going through things in order.
If you had messed up your order somehow, now is the time to email us through the store contact form. Nothing is in production yet, but the first set of orders will be by this afternoon. Once it’s in production, we can still correct some things but our options are limited. Please include your order number.
So how about them clams? Sorry, couldn’t resist.
I’m thrilled to announce that Magic Claims has broken through all sorts of sales records for us. It’s kind of wild how many copies were sold. Thank you so much for putting your trust into our work.
Also, thank you to everyone who joined us to celebrate the release of Magic Clams. We were so happy to see you and hang out. Someone of you asked for subtitles. Unfortunately, Zoom subtitles don’t play well with accents, and sometimes they end up subtitling horrible things instead of what we actually said.
We’ve leveled up our set up quite a bit. Brad, our publicity person, overhauled our streaming set up, Kid 1 and Kid 2 overhauled our office, and we now can simultaneously stream to YouTube. The goal is to be able to stream to social networks as well by the end of the year. This was our first run, and it went much better than expected.
We know there was a bit of a glitch with the screen share, but no worries, we’ve got you covered.
First, here is a video from Hillary Huber, our narrator for Wilmington Files Kate.
Second, we have a small thank you for you. You can find it here. We hope you like it.
We will try to do more of these coming up. It’s fun to check in with the Wilmington pack once in a while to see what is happening. After all, there are so many towers to open.
In the future, we will try to have fun surprises during zooms, so if you want to be the first to know about things, don’t forget to sign up.
Let us know if you like our small present in the comments. Happy Thursday!
PS MOD R: You can watch the recording of last night’s Zoom session on YouTube here.