Phew. Already DragonCon is tiring me out, but it’s been an incredible experience. I’m hugely pleased with the quality of the panels and the programming overall, and I’m proud to have been a part of it. I also want to thank everyone who turned out yesterday for my first DragonCon reading. It was a blast!
Today’s schedule is light. Here’s my only “official” appearance. (And yes, I’m amused writing that.)
- 3 p.m., signings and giveaways at the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) booth. Yes, you could get your hands on free signed copies of The Daedalus Incident and/or The Enceladus Crisis, but only while supplies last. And if you miss that…you get a bookmark. Hey, it’s something. Unless they’re gone, too. Outside the Comics Alley and Art Show, Hyatt Regency.
I’ll also be manning the SFWA table after my signing slot, so feel free to stop by after. But if past conventions are any indication, it’s very likely there won’t be any free books available after…oh, let’s say 3:15 p.m., and that may be pushing it. So get there fast!
Other than that, I’m planning on spending the day as a fan. There are a couple great panels on governments and conspiracies I’ll be hitting up as part of some early research for future projects, plus the fanboy in me will probably check out Colin Baker’s presentation about his time as the Doctor, along with the Ghost Hunters panel because, well, ghosts.
Once again, I’ll be active on Twitter, so check out my feed if you want to see what I’m up to.
I haven’t done any of the late-night events here, primarily because I’m being greedy about my time. I’ve taken to holing up in the hotel and working on The Venusian Gambit, which has been lovely and really rewarding. I can’t wait for you guys to read it next spring!