This blog has but one purpose: to document Ken Whitman's
I'd argue that one of the people most hurt (on so many levels) is Jolly Blackburn, creator of the Knights of the Dinner Table.
Jolly Blackburn has left a new comment on your post "2015.11.20 Request for Assistance" (emphasis is mine, not Jolly's):
"Well I woke up to yet another email from one of Ken's 'friend's maintaining Ken 'means well' and doesn't set out to fail. I want to make it clear what happened with these books in this latest revelation. While a lot backers were complaining about not receiving their books, Ken took the books he had in hand and SOLD them to Noble Knight. We've been compiling a list of backers who never got their books. Almost all of them are European addresses. Now Ken charged $100 for these books. For those in Europe he had them prepay $40+ in shipping. So that's $140 per book (less the $17 or so to print them) he pocketed. THEN he sold them for (Im guessing $25 to $50 each) to NK for further profit.
Nice work if you can find it I guess.
I don't want to hear that Ken "means well" any more. Sorry, I'm a little annoyed with these most recent revealation. Learning he had the books in hands and just didn't send them out is a jaw dropper.
When someone says this guy "means well" they are acting as an enabler to allow this guy to do this sort of thing to the next person in line."