I just updated my appearances page, but I figured I’d throw the information here on the front page in case people only look here or only follow my RSS feed.
I’ll be at MileHiCon 50 from October 19th through the 21st. Here’s my schedule as I’m aware of it at the moment:
All weekend: Author’s Row — Second Floor Lobby — I’ll have a table where you can swing by and get a copy of Griffin’s Feather or have me sign a copy you already have in hand or just chat with me for a bit.
Friday, 3PM: Mesa Verde A — Pantsing, Grid Paper, or the I-Ching: Many roads to plots
Friday, 9PM: Taphouse & Kitchen — Writers Night Mixer
Saturday, 2PM: Wind River A — Soundtracks That Soar
I hope to see loads of familiar faces, plenty of new faces, and make lots of friends while there over the weekend. I’m really looking forward to this weekend as this is one of my “home cons” where travel is easy, the hotel is good, and the people are always fantastic!
Hey everyone. I’ve been silent for a while here mainly because I haven’t made much to post about. Things are going smoothly on Modern Mythology book #2, and I’m almost ready to submit it to WordFire Press. However, this post is about Griffin’s Feather! I have my first public book signing lined up at the downtown Colorado Springs Hooked on Books location. I’d love to see lots of familiar and new faces there at the event.
Date: Saturday, September 8th
Time: Noon to 3 PM
Location Hooked on Books, Downtown Colorado Springs
While I was in Texas, my box of 20 copies of Griffin’s Feather arrived. I plan on using these copies for some smaller book signings, but my highest priority purpose for these copies is to set up an online shopping cart where distant friends and family can purchase a copy directly from me. That will give me the opportunity to sign the book, personalize it if they want me to, and then ship the book out to them.
I’m not trying to replace the regular book sellers out there. Not by a long shot. I don’t have the infrastructure, buying power, or shipping agreements with the various carriers to make the shipping cheap. As a matter of fact, it costs me $4.50 to get a book out to someone via USPS media mail. I have to pass this cost on to the buyers. I deeply apologize for doing so, but it’s how things need to be.
If you’re interested in getting a signed copy from me, and we’re just too far away from one another to make an in-person meeting reasonable, feel free to snag a copy from me here on my site, and I’ll get it out to you!