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  • Nine Reasons I Enjoyed FanX

    Posted on March 19, 2017

    Where Authors Meet Fans – and Authors The Spring Comic Con Convention in Salt Lake City is called “FanX,” which is short for “Fan eXperience.” The organizers limit attendance to about 55,000 fans, which is a far smaller group than the Autumn Comic Con, which is reportedly the second-largest convention of its kind in the United States. I have attended FanX previously, but I’ve usually been manning the Future House

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  • Beginning Luck – 2016 In Review

    Posted on January 6, 2017

    The Year of Beginning Luck There’s a bit of advice, both brutal and poignant, called “fake it ‘til you make it.” On the one hand, I understand I should be writing stuff regularly for the blog and the newsletter and providing interesting things for fans to follow because it helps keep me “top of mind.” But, for cryin’ out loud, I only have one novel and half-a-dozen short stories to

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  • Comic Con 2016 – Fiction and Fans

    Posted on September 11, 2016

    September 1-3, 2016, marked the annual Comic Con in Salt Lake City, which is always a great time to hang out with other authors, glimpse the visiting movie and television stars, see the latest pop-culture products,  and check out all the interesting people in cosplay. I met an adorable Honey Lemon when she stopped by the Future House Publishing booth and purchased a copy of Got Luck. (Which reminds me, I need to

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