Phoenix Comicon! (Part 2)
- June 13, 2016
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Okay, yes, I was tempted. But really, there’s no room to swing a light saber in my house and somehow I didn’t think the airline would have been too happy. So I took this photo, drooled, and moved on.
Continuing from last week’s post, it’s a pleasure to feature the authors I met at the Con. They were welcoming and generous with their time and I enjoyed talking with them. I thought this was going to be a two-part entry but decided that there will be another post about the Con and the authors I met so stay tuned. 🙂
Mimi Sebastian, author of the Necromancer Books. (I certainly have a lot of books to check out from the Con!)
Joseph Nassise, who gave me the publisher’s copy of Urban Allies, and autographed it, as well as:
Weston Ochse, who autographed it as well! I love anthologies because it helps me find new authors to read.
KC Klein, whose card reads, “Writing Love Letters to the World One Book at a Time.”
And what would Comicon be without costumes? Here’s a cool one, also from the Star Wars universe:
(I didn’t catch his name but I did get his permission.)
See you next week!
Looks so much easier & more relaxed than SD ComiCon!
If you haven’t yet, read Empire of Salt by Weston Ochse. I really liked that one. I need to get back to reading more SciFi/Fantasy!
Thanks for the head’s up!
I was told that it was much more crowded the day before, these were taken on the last day.