Panama City Creative Con this weekend

Every week I’ve been, like, “I should totally write on my blog.”

And then something happens that prevents me from doing so. In a good way. Not dead, just busy.

BUT, I found the minutes to jump over here because there’s a show coming up this weekend that I will be attending and if you’re in the North Florida area, you should definitely plan on going: Panama City Creative Con 2016!

Now in its 7th year, the Panama City Creative Con returns this weekend, SEPT. 17&18 2016 at the MARINA CIVIC CENTER in PANAMA CITY, FL.

This is the third year I’ll be participating and PCCC is a great show run by amazing people and due to its mammoth growth the event has relocated to the Marina Civic Center, which is bound to be a ton of fun.

I’ll be there on Saturday only, but I plan to make the most of my hours as I hawk my wares, talk comics and hopefully meet some fun new people.

For all the details and ticket information visit www.pccreativecon.com

Oh, I’ll also be on a panel this year! So if you’re there, come get intimate. But not in that way. Bring your comics-makin’ questions.

The Process of Creating Comic books – 3:15pm
Marina Civic Center theater – Balcony
Chris Arrant, Wes Locher, & John Holland talk about the process of creating comic books from start to finish.

Oh, and Chris Arrant (comic writer, CBR, Newsarama, et al) will be there. He’s better-looking than I am, so feel free to stare at him for the duration of the presentation.

I’ll have lots of comics for sale, too. Some of my stock is running low and this will be the last chance to grab a few of my books before they “rest” for a while.

See you there?

Yeah, see you there.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Self-Publishing Panel

In a recent post I detailed my recent trip to Orlando where I was invited to speak on the panel, A Beginner’s Guide to the World of Self-Publishing, held in February at Full Sail University as part of their annual Hall of Fame Week events.

Alongside authors Matt Peters, Bill Thompson and Kim Craft we shared our experiences and answered questions for the student body. The panel and experience was a ton of a fun and now it’s available on YouTube!

I spoke mainly on my experiences self-publishing my humor book, Musings on Minutiae, and discussed the advantages to working with indie comic book publishers.

Check out the video below if the topic is of interest to you. Maybe grab a snack first. Runtime is an hour and fifteen minutes.