This was a great year for doing live events. I said yes to every opportunity that came my way and met a bunch of great people as a result.
At the Broad Universe reading at the World Horror Convention in Atlanta, Georgia,I read the beginning of the first chapter of The Dangerous Type.
I read the whole first chapter at The Dangerous Type release event at the Borderlands Cafe in San Francisco.
At the World Science Fiction Convention in Spokane, I read the scene where Raena watches her booby-trapped tomb collapse from The Dangerous Type at my first Broad Universe Rapid Fire Reading.
At the first Borderlands Books Sponsors’ Open Mic, I read Raena & Ariel’s escape from Imperial custody from Kill By Numbers.
For this year’s Litquake, I read a different scene from Kill By Numbers at Gamescape North in San Rafael, California.
I read the space fight scene from Kill By Numbers at SFinSF.
I read two scenes from The Dangerous Type at Writers With Drinks. That’s one to cross off my Bucket List.
I told the ghost story that’s been published as “The Ghost of Friends” at San Francisco’s Literary Speakeasy in October.
I got to sign The Dangerous Type in my hometown Barnes & Noble, with my best friend. That may have been the highlight of the year.
I was on FCCFreeRadio twice this year, chatting with DJ Lilycat about the space opera trilogy before and after it was published.
- Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 12-2 p.m. Listen to it here.
- Sunday, December 6, 2015 at 12-2 p.m. Listen to it here.
Legendary San Francisco newsman Peter Finch featured Morbid Curiosity and Cemetery Travel again on his Finch Files in October.
Malina Roos featured me in her Women in Horror series on How to Dismantle Your Life, March 3, 2015.
Awwthentic Magazine interviewed me about my memoir All You Need Is Morbid and the Wattpad HQ award it won.
Shells Walter interviewed me about The Dangerous Type on her blog in July.
Fiona McView interviewed me for her extensive series of author interviews.
Carole Ann Moleti interviewed me about Kill By Numbers on her blog.
Alyx Dellamonica made me face The Heroine Question.
Terri Leigh Relf featured me on her Day in the Life of an Author interviews.
Wendy Van Camp interviewed me about No More Heroes on her blog.
Lisa Haselton interviewed me and ran an excerpt of No More Heroes on her blog.
And I’m not done yet. Tomorrow I’ll put up the final installment of Never Enough 2015. Thanks for following me so far!
You’ve had quite a busy year!!! I’m glad that I was a small part of it. 🙂 Thanks for hanging out with me at World Con. It was great to get to know you and to hear you read from your book at the Broad Universe Rapid Fire Reading. I hope you’ll continue to stay in touch. 🙂
Meeting you was a highlight of my year, Wendy! I’m looking forward to seeing you again at next year’s World Con.
I should be there. I look forward to seeing you again. 🙂