JordanCon Follow Up
So, JordanCon was great! I sold some jewelry, which was awesome, but not actually my primary purpose in going. However, I will take just a moment to revel in this photo of my name in the program:
I also achieved my primary and secondary goals. I met Seanan McGuire and I got Brandon Sanderson to sign my copy of Warbreaker, which had previously been defaced by Dan Wells. So, that was all made of win!
Seanan is as awesome as I had hoped. She was funny and intelligent and very nice. She even complimented my skirt! So, I’m chalking that up in the happy-shiny category.
Brandon was also very nice. I only saw him on one panel and at his signing because I was going to all Seanan panels and I had to miss Saturday for rehearsal.
However, coming home turned out to be lucky. I got a package from my MPS rep that had two promo kits for Brandon’s The Rithmatist, which comes out May 15. I was planning to get him to sign them and do a giveaway, but I met to earnest fans while I was standing in line. Here’s Paige from Truth or Consequences, New Mexico with her bag.
I probably won’t have a regular blog post this weekend because I’ll be at the Magic City Art Connection at Linn Park. I’m in Booth #208, so if you’re local you should stop by. The show runs Friday & Saturday from 10-6 and Sunday from 10-5. It’s a rain or shine event, so grab an umbrella and head over!
I’m also (because I’m a crazy person) in a Steampunk rendition of King Lear this weekend and next weekend at Eastlake United Methodist Church. The show is being put on by the Bards of Birmingham and is going to be awesome! I made some steampunk crowns for the major players. I’ve got two very small roles, but the show is going to be amazing!
One more reminder, don’t forget to enter my Stolen Magic giveaway or my Wildwood Dancing giveaway!