When I visited my local comic book store, I pitched the idea of having a book signing at their store. They said they would be happy to have a book signing. Also, the filmmaker who made my documentary earlier this year would like to film the occasion as part of a larger documentary project she is putting together. Depending on when it happens and if it all goes well, it might become as successful as my WonderCon book signing in 2015. I will keep you updated on any further developments.
I designed new bookmarks for Numen the Slayer! I will include these in my next book signing.
Here is my writing costume to help me get into character while writing. I will also be wearing this costume during book signings.
Today, Numen the Slayer underwent its first book signing and it was a complete triumph! The whole neighborhood, my friends, and relatives gathered and everyone had a great time. I also introduced them to my hypocras recipe and it became instantly popular. Overall, this was a successful first book signing for my latest book and I look forward to the next event.
At my latest book signing, I had a close encounter with a Graboid from Tremors! I didn’t make much noise, but the creature found me out! Still, it was an unforgettable experience and made my book signing all the more worthwhile.
Due to recent developments, it looks like I may have another book signing in the near future. This book signing will take place at the Tustin Public Library, which will host a comic book convention. Plans are being drawn for this convention and once they are complete, I will have a certain date for my new book signing. I will keep you updated on any further developments and wish me luck!
As I look back on my time at WonderCon 2015, I think about a number of fond memories I had while presenting my book signing. Among them is this encounter I had with a nice lady who was dressed as a cosplay witch hunter. She was intrigued with my series and her outfit gave me some inspiration for future works. In fact, my book signing had attracted the attention of many cosplay people. One of them was carrying a Graboid from the Tremors film franchise. I look forward to what next year has to offer.
I am getting close to finishing the fourth chapter of my third short story and this is where the plot starts to get intense. In essence, a game-changing event transpires that creates conflicting opinions about Vogan and those close to him. In future chapters, the consequences and aftermath of this event will be further elaborated. Also, there will be a few hints as to what Vogan’s master plan will entail. There will be tragedy and betrayal within this chapter along with a foreshadow of the villain Vogan will become. I am looking forward to writing this short story even more and I will keep you updated.
One of the most iconic Ice Age creatures is the wooly mammoth. Thousands of years ago, this animal could be found in Europe, Siberia, and North America. This particular specimen was one of the many fossils I encountered during my visit to the La Brea Tar Pits. When it was alive, this animal weighed about seven and a half tons. The mammoth has been one of the favorite prey items of ancient man, which may have been one of the reasons for its extinction. However, ancient man, mere mortals, hunted mammoths with spears and other primitive weapons. If Vogan, a neohuman who wields power beyond reason, were to hunt a mammoth like the rest of his tribe, what methods would he utilize? That is a question I have been asking myself as I continue to write my third short story. Imagine if the most powerful neohuman ever to exist confronted seven and a half tons of muscle and rage. That would be a serious clash of the titans.
My writing assistant, Fitch had fun at the dog park today. He met an 11 month old miniature schnauzer named Robbie. They were best buddies instantly.