Hello, everyone. In March of ‘12 I’m joining That Book Place in Madison, Indiana for two days. On Friday, March 16th, Im working with my friends and store owners Frank and Kim in putting together a friendly event. We’ll have more on that as it draws closer. On the 17th, they are hosting a large author’s fair with up to 50 authors attending. I’ll be joining them for this event as well. For those of you in the area, check out their link at http://www.thatbookplace.com. Thanks again for coming by.
Hello, everyone and welcome back. Just returned from Orlando and Spookie Empire. The torrential rains kept everyone inside at the convention and made for an exciting weekend. I met Sam Trammel and Kirsten Bauer from True Blood. They are really cool people. I’m not sure how else to describe them. Sam will be coming to Philadelphia in June for Philly Comicon and I’m hoping to talk more with him. On Facebook, you can see a picture of each with me that I just added. I also met William Katt, the executive voce-president of production for Sideshow Productions. Many of you might remember him from the horror films “Carrie” and “House” or “The Greatest American Hero”. Lance Hendrickson, Clive Barker and even Steven Adler from Guns & Roses were there as well. What a lineup!
My panel on Books to Movies went very well. I was fortunate to have my good friend Jeff Breslauer (Police Academy 5, Swamp Thing, Sesame Street, et al) join me. We had a good attendance and left everyone feeling good.
I also learned that my new novel, Galaxy of the Damned, will be released in March from Helm Publishing. I had hoped for something sooner but its better to let it follow the process with editing and illustrating. I also added two new conventions to my schedule. In March, I will be attending Midsouthcon in Memphis and in April, I’ll be at Conglomeration in Louisville. Check my appearances below for the dates and my links to visit their website. I hope to have more information on signings, events and projects soon so check in again soon.
All the best to you,