Thursday, August 13, 2015

Fandom Fest 2015 Recap

Author & filmmaker Amy McCorkle manning her table.
I have to admit to being nervous about Fandom Fest this year. It would be the first time I drove up to the loading dock, and while getting in proved fairly easy, getting out was a different story entirely. (Yes, I admit, I needed help. And no, I will never qualify as a semi driver.)

This was the first year of the concurrent Fantasmagorical Film Festival, and my screenplay adaptation of my short angel paranormal novel Death Sword was a finalist. Alas, it didn't win.

However, I scored with parking this year, finding a lot a short walk away. Only cost $5.00/day.

Everything seemed to run smoothly from what I can tell. Glad to hear some of the literary panels were full. I was only on  the manga/anime panel, which went well.

Book sales also went well. I brought a few copies of The Ripper's Daughter and Malice and Mayhem: Tales of the Macabre. Sold them all.

Next convention is the Indie Gathering Film Festival at the end of this month, then Imaginarium in September.

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