Dragon Con is Huge
I’m down in Atlanta for the weekend to attend Dragon Con. I’ve been to several smaller Cons over the years, but not one of this size. My wife came along, and we went over to the Sheraton to get our badges this afternoon. The line wasn’t too bad, but I got a good idea of how large this convention is by wandering around downtown Atlanta. The convention takes up five hotels and the convention center.
Normally, I go through the convention schedule and pick out the panels I want to check out, but there are so many. It’s a bit overwhelming. I decided to throw out the planning and just wander around. So, tomorrow I’ll be checking out the exhibitor halls and probably hang out mostly in the Hyatt where most of the writer/literature stuff is happening.
On the writing front: I received my novel back from the editor and am working on the last (?) revision. I still don’t have a final title for this one (working title was Half-hand), but as soon as I do, I’ll announce it and hopefully have a cover reveal coming soon after. It feels good to be getting close, but that only means the marketing effort will be ramping up soon. I’m looking at a December release date.