This past weekend I attended Scares That Care, a benefit horror convention in Williamsburg, Virginia. I’ve put off doing conventions and signings since I started publishing, but this year I decided it was time to get my face out there and from what I’ve heard, there’s no better event than the Scares That Care Weekend. For those who might not know, it’s a charity horror convention that donates its profit to families in need.
So many awesome things took place this weekend and I’ll do my best to pack it all in here. Continue reading
Seriously. As I get older, time moves faster. I guess that’s common. But, man. June sure came and went in a blink. Oh well. Welcome to the party, JULY!
July will be a pretty exciting month. Much more eventful than June. June, let’s face it – you were boring. July, you’re gonna be a blast. That’s because I’ll be attending Scares That Care in Williamsburg, the 22nd through the 24th! It’s shaping up to be one helluva a weekend, and if you live anywhere near Virginia, I recommend checking it out. I can’t wait to meet and hang out with some of my favorite authors. Also, I’ll be signing books in the vendor room! SUNFALL co-author Chad Scanlon will also be there Saturday and Sunday, so we’ll have plenty of copies of Season One and Season Two to shove down your throat – you know, if you’re into that sort of thing.
Well, it’s been fun checking in, but I need to continue writing/plotting and watching Shark Week. I’m more than halfway through the second draft of my newest WIP, tentatively titled KILL HILL CARNAGE. It was supposed to be a novella around 30k words, but I ended up writing twice that number. So, it’s a novel! Not sure what will happen with it once I’m finished. I might shop it around and take a break from Indie Publishing for a while. I love DIYing it, but it’s a ton of work and I have so many stories I want to tell. Publishing myself takes a lot of time away from creating new content. But who really knows what will happen. Only time will tell! And as for Shark Week (which has taken up more free time than intended), well – I might just have an idea for a new novel brewing. I’ve always wanted to explore the deep blue sea.