Now that WonderCon is over, I am now free to continue the work on my short story prequels. Today, the editing process of my first short story has started and I have begun writing the second short story. I am particularly eager to write this new short story because the main character is a representation of what I would be as a superhero if I chose a different power set from Patrick Donovan’s fire-based abilities. Also, I have planned how this new short story will tie in volumes three and four with the other two short stories. As for the first short story, I have decided to use one of the pieces of artwork in the computer screen to serve as the cover illustration, which I will refine while editing. Hopefully, I will have both of these short stories available in time for WonderCon 2016. In many ways, I am glad that I am planning to continue my WonderCon book signings on an annual basis because it will give me a drive that will better motivate me to write story after story. I look forward to seeing how far my series will progress as time goes by.
In the aftermath of WonderCon, I realized that this was by far the most successful book signing I ever had. I sold more books at this event than any of my previous book signings combined and reached hundreds of people. Capturing the attention of the reporters who were strolling through the aisles was a pleasant surprise that I did not expect to find there. The exposure and publicity alone are worth the experience and I plan to return in the future. Overall, this has been a very productive and fruitful book signing and I look forward to what lies ahead.
Today has been even busier than yesterday. I have sold even more books, handed many more fliers and book marks, and captured the attention of a few more reporters. Also, I caught the attention of an instructor at a martial arts dojo for autistic children. After everything we experienced so far, my team and I are planning to make my next WonderCon book signing even bigger than this one. Tomorrow is the last day of the convention and will likely be the grand finale. Wish me luck and Happy Easter!
Only one day remains until my book signing at WonderCon. Tonight, I load up all my materials and check in to my hotel. Tomorrow, the fun finally begins! For the past several months, this event has been nothing but a dream. Now, it is becoming a fast I approaching reality. Wish me luck!
Great news! I have just completed the epilogue of my first short story, therefore completing my very first short story! I am satisfied with the ending. I feel that it projects the characters’ emotions as well as tie in this short story’s connection with the other two I will be releasing before publishing volume four. Editing will begin soon and I will commence with publishing sometime after WonderCon. I will keep you updated.