This year will mark my 7th consecutive year as a vendor at the InConJunction Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention! This convention holds a special place in my heart because it’s where, as an author, I “cut my teeth,” as it were. I promoted my very first novel, appeared and moderated my first panel as an author here and was welcomed with open arms. I met quite a few authors I admired, and developed long lasting friendships along the way. The people who run this convention are amongst the most loyal and dedicated group I’ve encountered yet, on my writer’s journey. Please plan to attend and visit me there!
WHERE: Indianapolis Marriott East, 7202 E 21st St, Indianapolis, IN 46219, just off Shadeland Avenue.
Of course I’ll be signing the books and giving out FREE handshakes and fistbumps, you know how I do!
So be sure to come on out to the Marriott on the east side of Indianapolis, 21st and Shadeland Avenue to be exact. Admission is FREE to the public for the vending room ONLY! To attend programming, there is an admission fee. I hope to see you there.
Hello everyone! I’m EXTREMELY excited to announce a NEW venture I’ll be embarking on in March 2016, called the Two Towers Talk Show! This will be a YouTube talk show featuring:
Comic Book reviews/commentary (primarily from me)
TV and movie reviews/commentary
Classic/old movie reviews (primarily from R.J.)
I’ll be co-hosting the show with friend and fellow author, R.J. Sullivan. Together, we will explore and discuss Pop Culture, geeky stuff, etc… While R.J. and I are often in sync with our opinions, we contrast sufficiently to make for insightful, positive and interesting conversations.
The show will be sponsored by the Speculative Fiction Guild, shot in Indianapolis, Indiana primarily at our Two Towers Talk Show Studio, but also sometimes on location at various conferences, conventions and community events. We will also place a strong emphasis on Indie and Small Press authors from around the globe, as well as Indy region authors. Over the holidays, I approached R.J. with the idea of creating a YouTube talk show about things we normally would spend quite a bit of time talking about anyway. Coincidentally, he had already had pretty much the same idea (Great minds think alike!).
We’re both looking to have individual video and editorial features where we discuss personal Pop Culture interests as well.
R.J. and I have had plenty conversations about the various directions the show may go, but we both agreed that things like this are best grown organically, and that’s how this show will develop.
We’re also looking forward to interacting with our viewers and readers via comments on our videos, blog posts and social media outlets. There will also be a Mail Room segment of each show where we answer on-air, a selection of email questions you send us @: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sometimes we will be broadcasting live and/or on location, where we will be taking a selection of twitter questions as well.
The show will begin airing on YouTube starting in March 2016 and has a companion blog/website and social media presence (see below).
Be sure to check us out by clicking the categories below: