First, I want to say THANK YOU to Greg Burnham & Marcus Williams (Tuskegee Heirs), Celia Peters (Godspeed), April Adams (Gwen7 Series) and Neil Gibson (Twisted Dark) for lending their talent and expertise to this panel and then I want to send out an even bigger THANK YOU to everyone who stood in line, waited and attended our panel. We had over 100 participants with standing room only! (Maybe next year, NYCC will give us a bigger room. ;-) ) It was truly an incredible experi
Hi Everyone! The release of To Find You is almost a month away and we are starting to spread the word with a blog tour! From October 24-November 6th, To Find You will be going on tour with Sage Blog Tours. The two week tour will feature exclusive interviews, reviews and more! So jump in and join us at http://www.sagesblogtours.com/to-find-you.html Hope to see you there!
(From the Left) Neil Gibson (Twisted Dark), April Adams (Gwen7Saga), Celia Peters (Godspeed), Marcus Williams and Greg Burnham (Tuskegee Heirs) and me at our standing room only panel! I'll admit that I was *very* surprised and a little intimidated by the turnout, but the crowd was wonderful. Man! What a month! Since late September when I had the privilege of participating in the wonderful Creatures, Crimes and Creativity Convention in Columbia, MD, I have been going! From ex
Roll Call! Who's going to NYCC this year? I will be in the Small Press section, Booth #1158, as always. :-) Plus, on Sunday, October 9th, we will host a panel on How to Complete Your 1st Indie Project. I am so excited to bring together indie artists at the TOP of their game in film, comics, graphic novels, and books to give you sound advice on how to move forward with your projects. Hope to see you there!
So let's celebrate! October is Black Speculative Fiction Month - a chance to raise awareness about the many authors of color writing incredible horror, science fiction, fantasy, paranormal and other generally "out of this world" literature! If you're wondering why we need a 'Black Speculative Fiction Month', I can tell you that *every* convention I go to I still get asked, "Are there other people of color writing science fiction?" I get asked the question so frequently that I