I was fortunate in garnering interviews with four award-winning authors: Susan Kearney, Sandra Hill, Lori Handeland, and Susan Sizemore. Each of these ladies has published multiple books and experienced great success in the literary world. You can purchase their books at the Missing Volume Science and Fantasy Bookseller at www.themissingvolume.com.
The blood drive continues to be a huge success! According to Doc Koslow, the director of the drive, as of 5PM Sunday, 1,000 people have participated and donated 750 units. The drive expects to collect a total of 1,000 units by the close of Dragon*Con. This will break the record held by Comic-Con of 856 units. Almost all of the… Read more →
In the Hyatt on Saturday, Debra Dixon talked about her book, Goal, Motivation, and Conflict. She talked about the four areas that every writer needs to cover in their books: who, what, why, and why not. When sending out queries, editors want to know the plot, the main characters, and the world. She claims that although she did not come… Read more →
I was lucky to meet one of the founders of the TAPS, Grant Wilson. I spotted him in the Hyatt as he was traveling upstairs and asked him a few questions for the Daily Dragon.
In the Q&A in the Centennial Rooms on Friday afternoon, Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk were warm, friendly, and comical. They had the audience laughing from moment one, fielding several questions and autographing a variety of items to give to each participant. Nathan also talked about his charity, “Kids Need to Read.”
In the Marriott on Friday, Kevin Sorbo was charming and funny as he fielded questions from the audience. He talked about his movies, as well as Hercules and Andromeda. He’s had five movies on the table this year, but all of them fell through at the last moment. His charity, A World Fit For Kids, has had huge success. Of… Read more →