This weekend, I am speaking on panels and signing books at NecronomiCon at the Hilton Bayfront in St. Petersburg, FL.
PLEASE NOTE: We had a little problem with the book shipments for this weekend. (And this has nothing to do with the US Postal Service destroying $200 worth of my books, which happened after DragonCon.) As a result, I only have 7 copies of A Prophecy Forgotten with me. I will give them out on a first come, first serve basis. (I can, however, be bribed to hold one for you with Starbucks, beignets, Krispy Kreme donuts, dark chocolate, and your credit card number. Unfortunately, beignets are hard to find in St. Pete. Seriously, if you live in St. Pete and know where I can get authentic beignets, I will be your best friend for life.)
***ANOTHER THING TO NOTE***: I have not yet announced this yet, but A Prophecy Forgotten has been acquired by Kerlak Publishing as of tomorrow. It will be out of print for the next few weeks until the new edition is released. These are the last copies of this current edition that will be available–ever. Well, except used on Amazon.
Also be sure to check out yesterday’s blog post, which I posted too late last night to be of use to anyone, and today’s post as well. Both are about creating suspension of disbelief in your readers by controlling your make-believe elements:
- 10/25/12: Writing: Keeping Character Confrontation Results Realistic
- 10/26/12: Writing: Use Realistic Numbers, Sizes, and Time Limits
My Panel Schedule for the weekend is as follows:
|Saturday||9:00:00 AM||ST PETE 2||Getting Started: Writing Believable Dialog|
|Saturday||12:00:00 PM||ST PETE 1||Writing Steampunk|
|Saturday||2:00:00 PM||DEMENS||Getting Started: Writing YA|
I am panel-free today, but you can catch me at my author table!
Fantasy novelist M. B. Weston is the author of The Elysian Chronicles, a fantasy series about guardian angel warfare and treason. Weston speaks to children, teens, and adults about writing and the process of getting published. For more information on M. B. Weston, visit www.mbweston.com. Find out more about The Elysian Chronicles at www.elysianchronicles.com.
Oooh, so I have something valuable now. 🙂 Have fun in St Pete! I lived there as a child. Lots of fond memories.