What Do You Want To See From Terribleminds?

So, the new year looms and I start to slowly, groggily come out of my holiday coma (just before I tackle New Year’s Eve and guzzle liquor with friends) to start prepping the terribleminds Kickstarter for the New Year. The Kickstarter, as noted, will in part go toward making this site financially viable, but it will also have a concrete goal of updating this site somewhat (a terribleminds 2.0, if you will).

What I’m asking is, what do you want to see here in the new year?

Both in terms of content and in terms of changes to the actual site itself.

I do plan on putting up an e-store with merch. Though I’d love to know what kind of merch you’d be interested in seeing? Any suggestions would be appreciated and high-fived and sloppily-tongue-kissed.

But really, I’m talking about anything: what would make your terribleminds reading experience a better one? Give a shout. I’ll see if it goes on the list.


  • I will happily third or fourth Mirriam’s request for a mug with the “…finish the shit that I started” quote, perhaps with an image of the flap-cat to spice it up. One caveat though; it must be a BIG mug. Twelve ounces, or better, sixteen! So that I can cradle it in my frozen hands on ugly Minnesota winter mornings and defrost them enough to get back to the keyboard. Plus, more coffee that way, and who doesn’t like more coffee?

    But seriously, Chuck, just keep up the wonderfully weird, creatively cranky, and productively profane work, thanks!

  • Just be careful when asking for advice from “customers.” As Henry Ford may (or may not) have said: If I’d asked my customers what they wanted, they would have said a faster horse.

  • I definately echo the ‘more of the same’ comments.

    Also, what about linking up the Flash Fiction challenges with the ’25’ lists. Basically, you write a 25 list such as how to write horror, or sci fi etc. and then follow it up with a Flash Fiction challenge where we can show you we were all paying attention.

    … oh, and more Blackbloom please.

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