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.
My apologies to everyone for taking so long to post here, but life has been busy to say the least. Connooga was a blast. It was a lot of fun, and I got to be part of some exceptional panels. A big thanks to Chad Sides, who runs the horror track for having me back, and creating a killer lineup of panels. I always enjoy going to shows and getting to meet people.
It’s because of that reason that I’ll be returning to Chattanooga next month for Steampunk Expo from April 15-17. I won’t be doing any panels at this show, but I will be there with my cover artist (www.mysticreflections.com). So for you fans of steampunk, this event should be right up your alley. Stop by and see what it’s all about.
Also in April, I will be back at the Hiram Bookstore for a signing. It will be Saturday, April 9th from 5-8. The flyer is below, so print them out and share with your friends, or post them on your favorite social media site. Either way, hope to see you sometime in April.
Thanks for stopping by and keep coming by to find out what I’ll be up to next.