I’m back and recovered from the fun that was Scares that Care weekend. Even though the event is over, you can still learn more about or donate to Scares that Care by clicking here.
A big thank you to everyone that came by and said hey or picked up a book. I had the pleasure to meet a lot of great authors and was able to meet Adrienne King, killer of Mrs. Voorhees (original Friday the 13th) and Jason’s first victim (Friday the 13th Part 2).
Doesn’t look bad to have taken a screwdriver to the head.
As with almost every con, awesome cosplay was on display. From current, classic, and just plain fun, the costumes on display at Scares that Care was great to behold. See the sampling below.
This guy was a lot of fun.
The gremlin was a working puppet.
I’ve never seen Jamie Lloyd from the end of Halloween 4 cosplay.
Carl Kolchak, a classic icon.
We all floated at Scares that Care with Pennywise & Georgie
A big thanks to Brian Keene, a phenomenal writer who just happened to be honored this year for his contributions to the charity. He told me about the show and it was a lot of fun to get to go.
That’s a wrap for this show, but I’ve got more appearances to come. Next stop, Dragoncon where I will have copies of the Winston & Baum novels at my cover artists booth in the Art Show.
Please keep checking back for where I’ll be and what I’m working on.
Hello, faithful readers! I wanted to post a quick note to let everyone know that I will be attending Scares that Care weekend on August 3rd through August 5th in Williamsburg, VA. I am really excited to be there with some iconic actors and writers of horror. The real reason that I think this show is great is they are scaring away childhood disease and illness.
This is a really worthy cause, and I hope that anyone who can make it out to Williamsburg, VA that weekend will come by, but if not, you can visit their website to learn more about the charity and make a donation.
Hope to see you there. If you can’t make it, keep checking back here for more information on where I’ll be popping up next.
Good morning all, I wanted to thank everyone that came by at Atlanta Steampunk Exposition (ASE) and picked up a book. This was the show’s first year, and it was a great show. We saw a lot of great, top-tier cosplay, and I had the opportunity to meet some great independent authors like myself.
Here are just two examples of the cosplay that was on display.
If you are a fan of steampunk fiction, this was the con for you. ASE had a lot of great authors, and I was able to pick up some books. You can click on any of the covers below to pick up the books that I added to my library this weekend.
ASE 2017 was a success in my opinion. A lot of people attended and everyone appeared to have a great time. We have received confirmation that they will be doing a second show in 2018. If possible, I hope to be a part of it. Thank you very much to everyone that came out, if you weren’t able to make it, I hope to see you at another show sometime soon.
A big thank you to everyone that came out to Christmas in Lithia this year. I was able to see some familiar faces and meet a lot of great new people. This is one of the few craft shows that I do, and the people just keep making it an awesome show that I can’t resist.
This coming weekend, November 18-19th, I’ll be with my wife and cover artist at Atlanta Steampunk Exposition. I hope to see you guys out there. This will also be my last show of 2017. If you are looking for something to do this weekend and are in the Atlanta area, stop by and say ‘hi.’
Again, big thanks to everyone that came out this past weekend, and I hope to see some of you this coming weekend.
Hey guys, I just found this review on Facebook: “Just finished Winston & Baum and The Secret of the Stone Circle by Seth Tucker – Author Action-packed page turner with a pair of steampunk monster hunters and a colorful supporting cast. A quick and entertaining read.”
If you’ve read any of my works, always feel free to let me know what you think or post a review on your favorite site.
If you want to pick up your own copy of any or all of the Winston & Baum Steampunk Adventure series, come out to C1 Comicon in Ringgold, GA this weekend. I will also be part of their author’s panel at 2pm on Saturday. Hope to see you there.
Hey guys, I’m back from another great Connooga and wanted to tell you guys some of the great things that I had an opportunity to participate in. First of all, let me say that I’ll be posting the audio from the panels that I participated in. So, don’t worry there will be more to come.
The con was a great show, and I can’t wait to go back next year. I was able to co-host a panel with Victoria Price, daughter of horror icon Vincent Price.
I also got to judge the 2017 Connooga Scream Queen contest alongside Martin Klebba from Scrubs, and The Pirates of the Caribbean films.
We saw a lot of amazing cosplay. One of the cosplay guests was Michael “Knightmage” Wilson. On Sunday, he came wearing the best Darkseid costume that I’ve ever seen.
You always bow before Darkseid.
All in all it was a great weekend, and I can’t wait until next year. Keep checking back to hear the panels that I participated on.
Steampunk Expo was this past weekend, and we had a great time. A big thank you to everyone that came by and picked up a book, some art, or just stopped to talk for a little bit.
Even though it was a small show, it was incredibly well run and a lot of fun. A lot of great artists and vendors were there. Below are just a few of the highlights .
We got to hang out with the tea maven of Dryad Tea. If you are a tea lover you should check out her stuff at http://dryadtea.com/. She has a massive variety of teas. My wife is a big fan of her chai teas.
For the heavier drinkers out there make your own special brews of absinthe with the flavors at http://www.leloupgaroualchemy.com/. They have a wide variety and import their wormwood for a true, authentic absinthe.
We got to meet the members of the Dark Princess Theatre. They had some really good tales of supernatural events in the Chattanooga area, and I can’t wait to get started listening to their podcast. You can find them at http://www.darkprincesstheatre.com/.
One of our neighbors was artist Eddie Price (www.eddieprice.net). Go check out his site and pick up some really cool comic art, or one of his handmade 3-d pieces, which are incredible to see in person.
Steampunk author Geoffrey Mandragora was there with his Thunderbolt Chronicles series. Check out his books on his Amazon page here.
We also got to see some of our friends that we haven’t seen for a little while.
If Steampunk Expo will have us, Caralyn and I will be back next year for another fun, steam-driven convention at the Chattanooga Choo Choo.