Homegrown Heroes signing June 19

Homegrown Heroes signing June 19

Jun 17

I’ll be signing books at Comic Book Ink in Tacoma on Saturday, June 19 from 2-5 pm as part of the Homegrown Heroes signing (directions). Also at the event will be members of the Dockyard Derby Dames, some of the folks who put together The Gamers: Dorkness Rising (which I saw on netflix recently, and which is hilarious) Heroclix sculptor Ben Misenar, Author Jack Cameron, and cartoonists Mark...

Norwescon, Gamestorm, PLA

Norwescon, Gamestorm, PLA

Apr 08

Finally have a chance to breathe a little after our whirlwind con schedule over the past couple of weeks (well, that's what it felt like to me, anyway), so I figured I'd take a minute and jot down my convention impressions. This might get kind of lengthy, so buckle in. Thursday the 22nd I drove down to Portland (a city which I adore, although I didn't get the chance to combine Red Stripe and Qbert at Ground Kontrol, which is the entire reason I usually make the trip) and split the weekend between Gamestorm and the Public Library Association Show. Both were interesting, but the culture shock of going back and forth took a little getting used to. My book was on display at the IBPA booth at the library thing, and that was mostly about meeting book folks and trying to kind of soak up the publishing industry through osmosis. I'm not sure if it'll pay out in terms of books sold to libraries vs. cost of being there, but it was definitely worth checking out, especially since it coincided with the REAL reason for our visit. MUCH MORE after the jump!

Into the social networking abyss

Into the social networking abyss

Apr 07

I finally set up a facebook fan page (mostly in an effort to separate the book-related updates from the “saw Clash of the Titans and it made me want to claw my eyeballs out” stuff), and launched a brand new twitter feed as well. These will likely feature most of the same stuff, so feel free to pick your poison and utilize whichever social networking platform yanks your particular...

Emerald City Comic Con wrapup

Emerald City Comic Con wrapup

Mar 18

Emerald City Comic Con has come and gone, and left me pleasantly exhausted. I met lots of folks, gave away a ton of buttons and promo cards, and gave copies of Zombocalypse Now to such geek luminaries as Wil Wheaton (who seemed genuinely excited about the book), Brian Bendis, Joe Quesada, Kate Beaton, David Malki, Scott Kurtz and others. Dawn Marie got to meet Lou Ferigno, who did not get a copy...

Enter to win a free copy of Zombocalypse Now!

Enter to win a free copy of Zombocalypse Now!

Mar 03

Geeks of Doom has five copies of Zombocalypse Now to give away for their Geek Read Contest, and all you have to do to enter is sign up for their email digest and fill out the form here. The contest is open until March 15th. Update: The contest is now closed. Thanks to all those who entered! Winners will be notified...

No, I haven’t been signed by Tor Books…

No, I haven’t been signed by Tor Books…

Mar 03

…just reviewed at Tor.com! Eve Conte from Geeks of Doom is blogging there now, and just posted a delightful and humongous review of Zombocalypse Now. Make sure to check out the review, and double your chances to win a free copy of ZN in the Geeks of Doom Geek Read Contest. Thanks, Eve! And thanks to Tor.com, for spotlighting new fiction that they don’t even publish....

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