Thursday, June 30, 2016

LibertyCon Schedule

In case you're interested, this is what my schedule looks like for LibertyCon next weekend

Friday July 8th:

5 PM Opening Ceremonies
"Opportunity to meet the LibertyCon Guests and Staff"
Everyone will be here.

6 PM  Autograph Session (Cochrane, Finn, Herring-Jones, J. Young)
"Autograph sessions will be located in the Dealer's Room. Authors will cycle through hourly, except for the author's that have their own tables who will be available when they are not scheduled in the program. Limit 5 books (if you bring more, get 5 signed and go to the back of the line.)"

Yes, I'll be there with James Young and Julie Cochrane. Yeah, this will be interesting.

9PM Reading
"Come out and have a seat as our author guests read passages of from their works"

Yes, I have to read for an hour. In public. Shoot me now.

Saturday, July 9th

02:00PM Do Utopian cities or Dystopian cities make the better backdrop for Urban Fantasy?
"Gail Z. Martin moderates this panel discussion on what zeitgeist provides the most interesting framework for urban fantasy."

Do you know how strange it will be to be moderated by someone who you had as a guest on your show?

07:00PM  Invasion of the Podcasters
"Brian Cooksey moderates this eclectic panel of experts from different backgrounds on all things podcasting!"

Yeah. They saw my Catholic Geek Cred and said, "Ah ha! We must put him here!"

08:00PM It's in the Blood: What Fuels our Fears, Attraction and Fascination with Vampires
"Karen Bogen moderates this panel on what motivates our unending quest for all things vampire."

Oh dear. I'm not even sure what the hell I'm going to say. Expect a lot of Honor At Stake.

Sunday, July 10

10:00AM  Kaffeeklatsch
"Have coffee / continental breakfast and chat with the pros"
I'll at least be able to say hello to Lou Antonelli.

And that's it. I would have expect that they would have wanted me to work more, but that's it.

Wish me luck. I have to get rid of 70 pounds of books in 72 hours.

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