Rockets in my pocket

Goodness gracious! Has it really been that long since I’ve posted? Apparently it has, so onward and upward.

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Sasquan was my first WorldCon, but it won’t be my last. It was a great convention with a few not-so-great moments (such as food poisoning, followed by a raging case of bronchitis thanks to the smoke).

I met so many wonderful people at Sasquan that there’s no way I’ll be able to name and thank them all. I’d like to call out two in particular, though.

One is Shahid Mahmud, my wonderful publisher at Galaxy’s Edge, who made sure I didn’t go home rocketless no matter what happened at the awards ceremony. The lovely red rocket he gave me now has a place of honor on my brag shelf. 🙂

 

CrashLander The second is my fellow nominee, Ken Burnside, who graciously sent out 3D-printed Crashlander Awards. THREE-DEE PRINTED! How cool is that? It, too, has a place of honor on my brag shelf.

I offer my heartfelt thanks to both of them for their kindness and generosity.

I Am WOTF Gala Bound

I Am WOTF Gala Bound

Writers of the Future

I am pleased to announce that I will be attending the 28th annual L. Ron Hubbard Achievement Awards in my cheap jerseys secret identity as a mild-mannered reporter. In addition to announcing the winners of a the Writers and Illustrators of the Future contests,  the April 15th gala will feature predictions by the cheap nfl jerseys likes of Issac Asimov wholesale mlb jerseys that were sealed in a time capsule 25 years ago and opened on stage.

Which talented writer and illustrator will take home the prestigious Gold Award?

How many autographs will fit in one anthology?

Will there be shrimp 50% rings?

Stay tuned for the answers to these and other questions.

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