QUEEN OF HUNGER at BayCon in Santa Clara
QUEEN OF HUNGER has been out for a couple of weeks now and it is slowly building momentum on Amazon — thanks in part to all of you. Please, continue to link it to your friends and if you enjoyed the read, a good review on Amazon would be awesome. Amazon reviews are the heart of the recommendation and ranking system for Kindle eBooks, so everything thing helps. Thanks in advance for that.
BUT! That’s not what I logged in to tell you today. Today, I have another announcement.
I, your local author, will be on three panels at my local science fiction/fantasy fandom convention — BayCon — May 24-27!
This is awesome for a number of reasons.
- My family has been attending BayCon as staffers and patrons almost every year for the last ten, so finally being on the other side of the panel table is a real thrill.
- This will give me a chance to introduce QUEEN OF HUNGER to my ideal audience — speculative fiction fans like myself.
- I’ll also get to chat endlessly about other topics that I care a great deal about to an interested audience.
My three panels:
- How To Be a Better Game Master: In which I’ll discuss various table top RPGs that I’ve run and how I kept my players coming back for more.
- Fans of Color in SF/F Fandom: In which we’ll review the current state of the art and hopefully inspire us all for what’s ahead.
- Themed Reading: Urban Fantasy II: This is the big deal for me as it’ll be my first public reading/discussion of QUEEN OF HUNGER. eeek!
Outside of these events, we’ll just be there enjoying our friends, trying out new things, and mostly romping around being fans. I’ll have badge ribbons to give and trade (if you’re not hip to the badge ribbon game, check here for a Doctor Who convention discussion on them) and will be ready to talk your ear off about the book.
Have a question? Find me and let’s discuss.
I look forward to the convention as it marks another mile on this journey. May your life continue to be an adventure. Mine certainly is.
EDIT: The dates for BayCon are May 24-27, 2013. My apologies for anyone I led astray with my bad information design.