HorrorHound Cincinnati was a success. I only went for a day and hung out with the fine folk from Post Mortem Press, selling books and taking a few pictures. You can see those pictures over in the gallery.
If you need a book, you’ll have to get it from Amazon.
Next up on the even list for the year is That Book Place’s Author Fair on April 4th. You can see the Facebook event page here. Seriously, if you’re a reader and you’re within 100 miles of Madison, Indiana and you need to show up. It’s a bookstore and there’s going to be a 100 authors on site selling books and talking. Slam dunk.
After the Author Fair comes the best event of the year, Texas Frightmare Weekend. But more on that closer to May.
Updates… updates… I’ve seen two mock covers for “They Are Among Us” and I’m liking what I’m seeing. Once there’s a final version, I’ll share it here and on Facebook, so all you awesome Brownies know what to buy when it releases. So far, early reviews have all been positive.
I’m still waist deep in editing the young adult fantasy novel and outlining the two books that come after “They Are Among Us.”
Yesterday, I spent 13 hours catching up on movies and television shows. I don’t feel like I wasted the day, even though most of the stuff I watched wasn’t very good. The best of the bunch was Oculus, and it was fair overall. I ended the evening by watching The Colony. It was a meh movie as well, just a little more so than Oculus.