Finally Here: Vampires Versus Comicon I’m thrilled to announce that Vampires Versus Comicon is available to read and enjoy. Vampires Versus Comicon tells the story of Vance Campbell returning to Comicon the year after the zombie outbreak for an awards luncheon. At first, things go well, with happy reunions with Allison and some others. ThingsContinue reading “Vampires Versus Comicon Released”
Sunday The last day of Comicon is always a little wistful and sad, because most of the great stuff is already in the past, some stuff is already over, and the last hours are roaring by. We arrived at Comicon bright and early. I had several panels I was interested in, and unfortunately, the oneContinue reading “WIP: 2016 Comicon Day 4”
Saturday Longest day of Comicon yet. We arrived before 10:30 in the morning for the first panels, and we stayed until after 8:30 at night. Though we could have stayed longer, that’s a lot of panels. It was the busiest day of Comicon, and everything was packed. The Billie Piper event was held in theContinue reading “WIP: 2016 Comicon Day 3”
Monday In the movie Barfly, someone suggests to Mickey Rourke’s character, a writer, that he should get some peace to do his writing, to which he says, “Nobody who ever wrote worth a damn ever wrote in peace.” I saw that movie when I was a young guy, and those words made an impression onContinue reading “WIP: Writing In Peace”
There is a school of thought, espoused on places like LeanPub.com, that authors should, with their books, publish early, and publish often. The idea is that the benefits of getting early reader engagement significantly outweigh the drawbacks of releasing something with imperfections, maybe even a lot of imperfections. Thus, to produce and release a bookContinue reading “Zombies Versus Comicon Published Early”
Zombies Versus Comicon, that classic American novel that answers the burning question of what would happen if the Phoenix Comicon was overrun with real zombies, is 99 cents today only at Amazon. Don’t miss out!.
After two years of languishing in the back of my notes and twelve days of long hours and intense effort, my new novel is here: Zombies Versus Comicon. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to be trapped in an underground level of the Convention Center, after hours, unable to communicate with theContinue reading “Zombies Versus Comicon E-Book Published”