At last week’s SpoCon 2019, the Grown Folks Kids Show (a Spokane-local podcast about comics, movies and such) asked to interview me. The topic was Spider-Man and the early (1960’s) origin story and characters. It was fun, if a lot ad lib. I had no prep for this other than some earlier discussion in a panel.
The guys from GFKS are Andre (Dre) Ervin and Charles (The Great Gunny) Brown. We were in a panel together earlier in the convention discussing the Marvel Universe.
It’s been a very busy summer and I’m looking forward to attendingSpoCon 2019. The topics list and schedule came together thanks to the incredible efforts of Deby Fredericks.
Once again, I’m one of the “speakers” at SpoCon. This year, the convention is in the Historic Davenport Hotel in downtown Spokane, WA, August 9-11, 2019.
My participation is listed on the Events page and I’ll keep that up to date over the next few weeks. The schedule is final, according to Deby. There may be some minor changes.
I’m excited to participate in panels on topics such as getting to Mars, Exoplanets, Supernatural (the TV series), and Social Engineering.
My books will be in the Marmot Market, if you are looking for my paperbacks. I have a reading on Sunday, the 11th, where I plan to read from Carolina Dawn, the last book in the Spirit Missions series.
If you can, I encourage you to attend this convention. The list of speakers includes great, fun people who bring incredible ideas from a variety of background. I’m fortunate and blessed to share panel tables with many of them.
Originally, the first two books were on those sites, as well as Apple’s iBook (now Book) store. I’m still working on getting the books on Apple’s store, but not sure things are going as I’d hoped. Since I had almost no sales on that venue before, I won’t be putting out much more effort there.
Barnes & Noble have been hosting my paperbacks all along, including having the correct cover on the display page. Now, the e-book is there, too.
This little post is just to keep you up to date on where the books are available.
Lately, the paperbacks have been selling well. Recently, all three (paperback editions) were in the top 10 of Amazon’s Teen/Young Adult Christian Science Fiction category. That was fun!