Dragon Con is upon us once more, which means I will depart (within 90 minutes of writing this).
To mark the occasion, I have three surprises for you all. Some may already have this, others might be hearing about this for the first time. Either way, spread the word to your friends–I have free things to read!
I went to Dragon Con over the weekend. I have plenty of tales to tell. Many lessons were learned.
One of them is simple and can be summed up here:
We go places from time to time. This summer, I’ve gone northwest to surprise my Uncle for his birthday. I’ve gone south to see my nephew on his birthday. I’ve gone north to see some balloons, only to encounter rain instead.
In a few days, I’m heading southeast. I’m going back to Dragon Con.
For the past couple of years, I’ve spent Labor Day weekend in Atlanta, Georgia, going to Dragon*Con. If you don’t know about it, Dragon*Con is a huge party that’s got a book convention, a D&D/Role Playing convention, movie/TV convention, and all sorts of, well, fun.
Let me run down a few things I’ve pulled off in past years, as well as some goals for this year. Continue reading
It’s finally happened! I’ve gotten something published! I have a short story in a fantastic new anthology by a fine little press. Fans of steampunk, I present to you, Dreams of Steam II: Brass and Bolts.
Since I’ve returned from the 2011 Dragon*Con in Atlanta, GA, I’ve learned a few things and wanted to try some of them out. If nothing else, I thought it might be a good idea to spell out the plans I’ve come up with so they might be better accounted for. It might even convince me to actually get a few things done. Continue reading
It’s time for Dragon*Con again, which means I’ve got work to do (more than usual). Aside from anything I might need to do in preparation, I thought it might be interesting to put together a list of things I need or want to do while I’m at the big Atlanta con. Continue reading