The Emerald City ComiCon Special

As you are most likely aware, Emerald City Comic Con is this weekend. I am even going to be there! It’s actually kind of last minute, so I don’t have a table – or really enough of a fan base to justify one. But I have a most devious plan to change that!

All weekend long, 3024AD is 100% totally free! I will be handing out cards at ECCC

with that link on them. If you click it, you will instantly to transported to the magic download portal* where you can download your very own free copy! You can send it to your friends, and they can send it to their friends and literally every person on earth could download it for free, laving me completely destitute BUT with enough of a fan base to justify a table next year.

SO.

Download it. If you like it (or don’t), please tell other people and consider dropping a review by GoodReads, Amazon and/or Kobo. If you really super duper like it, click the ‘buy’ link up top and you can buy a paperback, which I will gladly sign and send to you along with goodies.

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Kickstarter and Con Journal: Three Days To Go

I never get the urge to sing Three Days Grace, because they are horrible.

Isn’t this the best table ever? No? Shut it.

As I talked about, Saturday was the Bellingham Comicon. If you are/were in the Pacific Northwest, I hope you swung by, because it was a smashing good time. The only downside was that I was at my table pretty much the whole time and could only look longingly at a lot of the stuff from afar. There seemed to be a lot of really talented artists there, and a card game I can’t remember that they were demoing on my way to the bathroom. If that is you, contact me. I want to play it!

I was next to Troy Svennes, who hooked me up with the awesome V that had been tempting me all damn day, and Mark J Smith, who I got the clone and jump troopers from, and were great fun and didn’t beat me after hearing me talk about my book for the five millionth time.

V bobblehead. My life is complete.

Also got to hang out with the folks at Larsen Geekery. You should check out their cool stuff. They were super nice and all kinds of excited about 3024AD (Hint: be excited about 3024AD and I will probably like you).

About that. Got to talk to so many people about 3024AD and the response was great (even if people still need to throw more money at the Kickstarter). People really seem to respond to what I’m trying to accomplish with these stories. Hopefully that continues to grow. I certainly look forward to hitting more cons in the coming year.

The real Batman and Loki would have agreed to a cage fight.

Of course, I’d be incredibly remiss if I neglected to that Eric Burris for putting the whole thing on. I can’t wait for next year.
-DESR