Hello, hello, readers. I've been having a jam-packed week at the Writers Digest Conference this week, but I wanted to take a moment and let you know a few things.
After about a year and a half living beachside in Florida, I'm finally heading back toward my mothership: D.C.
D.C. is often associated with transitory career climbers, hard-nosed politicians, and pushy locals. And all of this is true. But God help me, of all the different places I've lived, it's the only place that feels like home. (Judgements made on these statements are likely 100% accurate.)
This makes my first event back in DC all the more special. So I am very pleased to tell you that I have been accepted to participate in the DC Author Festival.
If you're in D.C., hit me up! I'd love to chat at the event, sign your book, or grab a drink after.
Get the deets on my Events page.
But before I leave Florida, I've got a couple more things lined up. First, come out and see my panel about creating magical worlds at the Space Coast Comic Con! I'll be talking it up with some amazing speculative fiction authors: Janice Hardy, Jaimie Engle, D. Ryan Gish, and Keith Rommel. We'll all be selling and signing our books all weekend long, too, so if you're in the area, be sure to come say hello!
I'll also be at the Florida Writers Conference. I will have a signing at that event (time TBD--again, keep an eye on the Events page) and this will also be where I find out finally if MUD made it past its Finalist status and won an Royal Palm Literary Award.
And, New Yorkers, I'm coming back your way in November for Book Riot Live! No signing, just fangirling this time, but I'd love to meet up if you're going too.
So much excitement! I've got more coming down the pipeline, too, so keep an eye on that Events page.