Over Labor Day weekend, I attended my first-ever Dragon*Con, and I just have to say…WOW. Huge, amazing, such a sense of community. Loved it. Yes, there will be pics at the end of this post. Before I get to that, a few things:
More than Publicity debuted the music video for my Vamped series at Dragon*Con. You can view it here. It’s not quite final yet. As soon as it is, I’ll be blasting it out there, posing on my website…you name it. I think the song is addictive, which I can say because while I had input, all the credit goes to the amazing artist, Catriona, and to Shannon Aviles at MTP.
I was up yesterday on Mike Kabongo’s Agent Incite blog with “The Real: Lucienne Diver.” Hope my answers do justice to the spirit of fun inherent in the questions themselves.
Also yesterday, the amazing DEAR BULLY anthology released from HarperTeen. This is a collection of essays and other non-fiction formats written by 70 young adult authors about bullying, complete with an index of resources for those who need to know how to reach out. A portion of the proceeds to to the Stomp Out Bullying campaign. Yes, I’m a contributor to the anthology. Yes, this is a subject matter very near and dear to my heart.
Charles de Lint gave Steven Harper’s WRITING THE PARANORMAL NOVEL a nice write-up in his September/October “Books to Look For” feature in the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.
And now, some pics from Dragon*Con! (1-Magical Words gathering; 2-Rachel Caine and I as we begin booth set-up; 3-Jessi Vail, Kaylan Doyle, me, Samantha Sommersby, Melisa Todd and Sarah Weiss post booth set-up; 4-Part of The Knight Agency dinner (Marley Gibson, Deidre Knight, Tyler, Jennifer St. Giles, Jade Lee and Patrick Burns); 5- Another part of The Knight Agency dinner (Peter Wheeler, Kalayna Price, David B. Coe, Riley, Jud Knight and Faith Hunter); 6- Pete and I done up as Perseus and Andromeda for the masked ball; 7- The sith and I; 8- The Wizard of Oz (the first thing I saw upon entering my hotel!); 9- Zombie Cows; 10- Puppet Pal Snape & friend)
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Love the photos!