|A Poison Ivy on line, with Zombie backup.|
I had taken notes, but much of the notes I had taken had been posted online in various and sundry pieces and parts.
As I said, it wasn't exactly as I wanted it to go.
However, one of the things I did get to record involved John Ringo. You might get the impression that John Ringo is my favorite author, given how much he's been mentioned lately (and considering my review of his latest novel). He might be, but considering that I read practically anything that's not nailed down, that would be hard for me to say.
I can tell you that it would be nice to be John Ringo when I grow up. I'm already about as sane, but I would like to write as much, and as often ... then again, that would presume I'm also published, so....
Anyway, John Ringo appeared at one panel on the Saturday night of DragonCon, called Fightin' and Writin' ... yes, it was spelled exactly that way, try not to shoot me. Things went a little strange with the audio, so I spliced the bad audio to the end -- the last part might be harder to hear, but it's a small part of the whole video. I thought the facts he went through are fun.
Writers really should be taking notes.
|I shot her twice on two different days.|
The Ivy's started to blur after a while.
Now, next, there was another panel that I was not at.
Again, it was a panel that I could not get in to.
Welcome to DragonCon.
Who was on this panel? The case of the Avengers? The leaders of a major TV show? Major film stars?
James Marsters and Juliet Landau.
If you're asking "Who?" the answer is Spike and Drusilla from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer universe.
Anyway, this will be the last video I post for this week. The last time that I did a DragonCon report, I was pounding out transcripts for a month. I am so not doing that again. So I'm going to take my time, and assemble a lot of my notes in an orderly fashion.
Don't be surprised if I have a whole blog dedicated to pictures at some point next week.
Now, on with the vid.