Monthly Archives: September 2012

VampCon Release Event

Well, it’s official! VampCon is available for your reading pleasure! In the USA: The print edition is available on Amazon. The Kindle edition is available for $4. If you need an ePub version (for the Nook, Sony eReader, Apple iBook, … Continue reading

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It’s On!~ VampCon Kindle Edition $4~ Available Today.

There’s a dark secret in Downtown Boston. On Monday September 24th, join reluctant vampire, Jonathon Stoker, as he uncovers the truth in VampCon. Available now for Kindle.    

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File Under: “Could Do Better” aka: the Big Blue Pacman

Actually, file under: “Could do A LOT better” It all started a few weeks ago when someone in one of my LibraryThing social groups suggested a diversity challenge, specifically challenging us to read science fiction and fantasy works by minority … Continue reading

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VampCon Final Cover Art

A fine blend of horror elements and comic book style by Jonathan Banchick. Click here to check out the sketch that it was based on. VampCon should be out in a few weeks! Very excited!

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The Rules Lawyering Effect- another reason to love fantasy worlds.

I used to think that my tendency to pick apart the mechanics of fantasy novels was a sign of weakness in the whole genre, but I’m slowly coming around to the idea that it’s actually a sign of strength. I … Continue reading

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