My ChattaCon Panel Schedule

I just received my ChattaCon panel schedule today. Here it is! (Hopefully I won’t get deathly ill in the middle of the convention this time.) If you are going to ChattaCon, be sure to stop by the Dark Oak Table where I will be signing books all day!

SATURDAY

  •  12:00pm, Gallery A – Author’s Panel- Out of Nowhere: The Explosion of Young Adult Speculative Fiction.
  • 01:00pm, Gallery A – Writer’s Workshop- World Building
  • 04:00pm, Gallery B – Author’s Panel- Independent Author Marketing and the Future of Publishing.

SUNDAY

  • 12:00pm, Classroom B – Writers Panel- The Concept is Awesome! (but I can’t understand what you’re saying)**

**Please note that I have a 12 hour drive home to Naples, Florida, so I might have to skip my Sunday panel.

Fantasy, steampunk, and paranormal novelist M. B. Weston is the author of The Elysian Chronicles, a fantasy series about guardian angel warfare and treason. Weston is also the hose of The Final Cut In Movies radio show that airs on TMV Cafe Monday nights at 8:00 EST. For more information on M. B. Weston, visit www.mbweston.com. To receive notification of M. B. Weston’s book releases click here to subscribe to Dark Oak Press & Media’s e-newsletter.

Click here for a full listing of M. B. Weston’s published books, and be sure to check out her ever-growing list of published short stories here.

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About M. B. Weston

Award-winning author M. B. Weston is one of the fantasy genre’s new, emerging voices. The Elysian Chronicles, her flagship fantasy series about guardian angel warfare and treason, has been referred to as, “…filling a big part of the void that will be left by the final Harry Potter,” by award-winning author, Vincent O’Neil. Weston’s writing attracts both fantasy and non-fantasy readers, and her audience ranges from upper-elementary students to adults. The Elysian Chronicles is being adapted into a graphic novel, and her newest book, The Sword of the Vanir (working title), is due out in Spring 2013. A gifted orator, Weston has been invited as a guest speaker to numerous writing and science fiction/fantasy panels at conventions across the US, including DragonCon, BabelCon, NecronomiCon, and ImagiCon. She has served on panels with such authors as Sherrilyn Kenyon, J. F. Lewis, Todd McCaffrey, and Jonathan Maberry. Weston has spoken to thousands of students and adults about the craft of writing and has been invited as the keynote speaker at youth camps and at several schools throughout the US.
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6 Responses to My ChattaCon Panel Schedule

  1. LeonardHilleyII says:

    Enjoyed all three of those panels, Saturday. Very informative. Wasn’t able to stay for Sunday due to racing bad, possibly snowing, road conditions on my way back to Kentucky. How does one get invited to be on a panel? This is my third Chattacon. I have six published novels, and I plan to return to next year’s as well. Thanks!

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    • M. B. Weston says:

      When I consider going to a convention, I look up the literary track directors, introduce myself, and tell them I would love to be part of the literary track. Once you start going to a lot of conventions, they start to know you and it becomes easier…

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      • LeonardHilleyII says:

        Thanks. I went to the 2nd Con-gregate last year in N.C. It was good, but not quite what I hoped for. Dragoncon is the one I’d love to see, but with my teaching schedule, it falls at the awkward time of the year. What are some of the better ones you’ve attended?

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      • M. B. Weston says:

        DragonCon is the biggest one I have attended. ConNooga is good, and so is the Alabama Phoenix Festival. Robbie Hilliard is the moderator for the lit track in those and he is a great moderator. I also enjoy ContraFlow in New Orleans.

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      • LeonardHilleyII says:

        I imagine New Orleans is a great one. It would be nice to spend a month there writing. We ventured to Salem, Mass. a couple years ago. Loved it. So much history and inspiration.

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      • M. B. Weston says:

        New Orleans is a great place. I really enjoy it when I’m there. The history, the food… There is something about it that inspires stories.

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