A few months ago, the creator of a popular blog called Creative Pebbles released a series of tutorials aimed at getting more people to pay attention to his creations.
It turned out to be a big hit.
Now the blog is going into overdrive with its own videos and book series, as well as an ongoing campaign to raise awareness and awareness for its mission to bring attention to what it says is a “creative problem.”
This week, the site will launch its first video series, “The Creative Problem,” in which it will give an overview of how to get people to check out and read a book that’s just a little bit creative.
It’ll also feature a book signing with the author, which will coincide with the launch of the book.
The book is titled “Pebbles: A Memoir.”
The creator of Creative Pebbled, the blogger Nick Haidt, is also launching a book, “Curious: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Unthinkable.”
The two books will be released simultaneously on Aug. 12 and are priced at $20.
The campaign has garnered over 10,000 backers as of Monday, and has already generated more than $1 million from more than 15,000 Kickstarter backers.
Creative Pebble has been gaining followers on Twitter and Instagram, and he’s gotten requests to do more podcasts and events.
In one recent video, Haidts describes how he decided to start the blog after realizing how many people don’t like to read books, but would rather hear about new things.
The goal of Creative Pebble, Hidts says, is to create a place where people can “go and get a little peek into the creative world that is going on, even if it’s just for a few minutes.”