If you are attending this year’s Norwescon in Seattle, I hope to see you there. Below is my panel schedule.
Friday – 1800 So You’ve Finished Your Novel, Now What?
Saturday – 1100 The New Space Opera — Is It Still Going Strong?
Saturday – 1500 Autograph Session 2 — Giving away mini-cards with free ebook URL
I’ll be arriving at the con on Friday afternoon and staying until Sunday afternoon. If you see me walking around or attending other panels, do say hello. I might just reward you with a free paperback novel or a free ebook.
This Friday I will be in Seattle for Norwescon 35. I’ll be on a panel that evening and again on Sunday morning for two more. This will be my first Norwescon and my first time on panels as a professional. I’m looking forward to meeting many area writers and fans. If you are attending Norwescon, please say hello.
Here are the panels I will be on.
Changing Star Wars at 7:00 PM Cascade 6
Should You Publish an E-Book First? at 10:00 AM Evergreen 1 & 2
New Media DIY: Self-Publishing at 11:00 AM Evergreen 3 & 4
I’ll be attending Seattle’s Norwescon 35 this April. You can see me on three panels there. I’m mostly free on Saturday, so if you see me hanging around, do introduce yourself!
Here’s my schedule for the panels I’m on:
Friday 7 pm Cascade 6
Changing Star Wars
Do creators have the right to change their work after it has been released into the wild? Why is “pulling a Lucas” so upsetting to so many people?
J.C. Gordon Granger (M), Ken McConnell, Amber Clark, Jack Skillingstead, David Nasset, Sr.
Sunday 10 am Evergreen 1&2
Should You Publish an E-Book First?
The publishing landscape is changing rapidly. Now anybody can e-publish a manuscript and even sell it on Amazon. But just because you can, should you?
Leah Cutter (M), Mike Shepherd Moscoe, Matt Youngmark, Ken McConnell
Sunday 11am Evergreen 3&4
New Media DIY: Self Publishing
Webcomics, e-books, as well as physical media. What are your options to get your ideas out there?
Julie Hoverson (M), C.A. Scott, Ken McConnell, David A. Page
Looks like a bunch of really fine folks talking about some interesting topics. I hope to see some readers and lots of fellow writers at this huge, regional convention. I might have a few paperback copies of Starforgers and Starstrikers – fingers crossed!