Come January, I’m going to do a terribleminds Kickstarter.
Here’s the logic: I’m a busy dude. I can never say the blog here is a burden because, truth be told, I love doing it — but I went ahead and calculated the loose word count I offer to this site annually and it’s…
Well, around 312,000 words a year.
That’s a lot of words. That’s four or five novels, easy.
This was less of a concern before the Tiny Wendig arrived, as B-Dub is a demanding dictator who forces his parental puppets to dance and dance and dance some more. All for His Tiny Lordship’s Pleasure.
Which means it’s time to look at this blog and see where it fits in my overall penmonkey ecosystem.
So, a Kickstarter. To fund the site by, well, funding my time. At least to some degree.
Which means it’s time to ask:
What are your “best practices” when it comes to Kickstarter? What do you like to see? What don’t you like? If you’ve backed a project or, even better, had a project on Kickstarter (or any crowd-funded site), I’d love to hear from you. Care to share what you’ve learned?