ConCarolinas! Where I’ll be!

Hey Folks!

So ConCarolinas is this weekend! Huzzah!

What’s ConCarolinas? It’s Sci-Fi Carolina Style! Seriously. That’s the tag line for the con. And it’s true! Very groovy con with some awesome authors and media folks. John Scalzi is the guest of honor this year. So, if you want to know more then click on any of the ConCarolinas links spread throughout this post.


Last year was my first year at ConCarolinas (CLICK IT!) and I had a blast. Didn’t sell many books, but I met some great people and have stayed in touch with them over the past year. Looking forward to hanging out and having a drink or two with these folks.

But, it’s not just about the drinks (yes, it is), it’s also about the panels and workshops!

I’ll be on five panels and running one workshop. Check out my schedule and the descriptions below. I hope to see some of you there!


Friday, May 29


The influx of Young Adult literature in media has made writing for a younger audience a very enticing opportunity. How far should you tame your writing for a younger audience and how to keep them reading your work.


From The Terminator and Person of Interest to I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream, science fiction has been predicting the rise of artificial intelligence. Are we doomed? Is there anything we can do to prevent disaster?


Supernatural and urban fantasy set in the south.

Saturday, May 30


A Step by Step Guide On How To Turn Micro-Fiction Into A Novel

Sunday, May 31


Sometimes you just can’t seem to end a book! How to recognize when your plot have spiraled out of control and your work is bogging down.


Once upon a time, the genres were pretty broad. Nowadays it’s hard to know what marketing niche you fall into, even though its spot on the bookshelf can make or break a book’s success. We’ll talk about the importance of knowing your genre (and its subcategory) and we’ll help the audience determine exactly what genre their own works represent.


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