Author: terribleminds

  • Merch? Merch!

    So, I used to do merch. Art Harder, Motherfucker, and Certified Penmonkey and all that fun stuff. Except, time took its toll and I dunno, I got distracted by a shiny object, because essentially at the core I am an easily-distractible crow. The merch faded with time, into the mists. But now. Merch hath returned. […]

  • Lickity-Quick News Kick, Slick

    Very quick, let me light a news-scented candle and waft the gentle perfume in your direction: First up: The Book of Accidents is on the long list for the Stoker Awards. Thanks, all! Here’s hoping it ends up there. That’s really cool and I’m in really great company. Sidenote, I re-upped my HWA membership after […]

  • A Little Tiny Baby Of A Book Tour?

    Hey, guess what? I might maybe mayhaps kinda sorta could be coming to your neck of the woods soon, in person, assuming that a) your neck of the woods is somewhere in the Northeastern United States and b) some new COVID fuckery doesn’t rise up and bite us on the ass in the next two […]

  • Three Bucks Gets You An Apocalypse

    Hey, in preparation for Wayward, the sequel to Wanderers, coming out this year (August 2022!)… guess what? You can nab the first book for a cool TWO DUCATS AND NINETY-NINE CHITS. You can do this at: Amazon Apple Kobo B&N And any other e-book retailer. It’s 280,000 words, 800+ pages, which means you get roughly, […]

  • The Great Surrender: How We Gave Up And Let COVID Win

    I feel like I’ve lost my goddamn mind, but we’ll get back to that point soon. Let’s start with this. Two things seem to be true at this moment in the pandemic: First, that our numbers are higher than they’ve ever been, in most cases not just by a hair’s breadth, but often by two, […]

  • Writer’s Resolution, 2022: The Necessary Act Of Selfishly Seeking Joy

    Last year, my writer’s resolution was about healing and growth. This year’s will be simpler, more visceral, and dare I say, more selfish. To preface this, I remind folks who are new here (though is anybody here really new?) that every year I like to do some kind of authorial resolution, and this is more […]