Con Report

I am incapable of saying or thinking those words without thinking or saying them in the voice of Hubert J Farnsworth of Planet Express, or just Futurama if you’re a little lost.

So what’s the good news?

East to Adonia is now only $2.99 on eReader!

In other good news, this weekend’s ConQuest 42 in KC went off without a hitch. They say it was a slow year, but at least it was close to home. 🙂

So I’m back from my first Science Fiction/ Fantasy Convention in Wayne, Nebraska!  All in all I must say that it was a pretty great weekend. I took tons of pictures and video, which seem to have disappeared into the black hole of random data loss otherwise this post would be much shinier.

The highlight of my weekend was getting to hear Harry Turtledove read his short story “We Haven’t Got There Yet.” (Link to The story answers the question, “How would Shakespeare react to a performance of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead by Tom Stoppard?” Mr. Turtledove confessed that the idea for the story struck him after seeing the play with his daughter, and I’m confident that he’s not the only one to have asked the question, but I’m pretty certain no one else has answered it nearly as well.  As a Theater Geek, I was hooked from the premise and fell in love with all the little pieces of Elizabethan English ( I love the word groundlings) and Shakespearean quotes scattered throughout the story. Fantasy, history, theatre, Shakespeare, if any or all these subjects catch your fancy you’ll love this little tale. Check it out.

And if you happen to be near Wayne, Nebraska for Willy Con 14 check it out!