My Own Personal Grey

Onward! To Atlanta!

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I’m off for Dragon*Con in Atlanta in a few hours–7 am flight. I meant to post more between now and the last leg of the tour, but I’ve been putting my efforts into the manuscript and I hope you will forgive me for that. But I did manage 2900 words today, which brings the count up to 43,200 total.

I’ll try to get photos and updates up when I can wedge them in on my return. No promises, just hopes.

Anyhow if you’re in Atlanta, this is my Dragon*Con event schedule. I have no events off site, so I’ll be either hanging out in bars, or working (gotta keep up the word count so you can read Book 5!)

Title: Memento Mori: Ghost Stories
Time: Fri 04:00 pm Location: Montreal / Vancouver – Hyatt (Length: 1)
Description: How contemporary writers put a fresh spin on a venerable
supernatural tradition.

Title: Fictional Writing and Skepticism
Time: Fri 07:00 pm Location: 207 / 206 / 205 – Hilton (Length: 1)
Description: A few top authors, who are also Skeptics, discuss what effect
their personal skepticism has on their writings.

Title: City of Dreadful Night
Time: Fri 08:30 pm Location: Montreal / Vancouver – Hyatt (Length: 1)
Description: World-building in dark fantasy.

Title: Dragon*Reading: Kat Richardson
Time: Sat 04:00 pm Location: Williams – Hyatt (Length: 1)

Title: Writing Paranormal Fiction
Time: Sun 11:30 am Location: M109 – Marriott (Length: 1)
Description: Join Bob Blackwood and Gail Martin as they moderate a
discussion with paranormal fiction writers.

Title: Whatdunnit?
Time: Sun 07:00 pm Location: Montreal / Vancouver – Hyatt (Length: 1)
Description: Mixing the supernatural and mystery genres.

Title: Working the Graveyard Shift
Time: Sun 08:30 pm Location: Montreal / Vancouver – Hyatt (Length: 1)
Description: A look at the various jobs available to supernatural
investigators and creatures of the night.

Title: Under Raven’s Wings: 200 Years of Poe
Time: Mon 01:00 pm Location: Montreal / Vancouver – Hyatt (Length: 1)
Description: Poe’s influence on popular culture – sometimes in unexpected
ways.

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