Many of you are aware that I’m an avid fan of Doctor Who. Most of you know that I usually spend a weekend in February, ever year, at the Gallifrey One convention to celebrate my fandom. I’m proud to report that I will be attending this year, as well. But wait, there’s more! I will also be a co-host on a panel at the convention, titled, “Science Fiction TV Year in Review.” The panel is on Saturday, February 15th at 6 p.m. If you’ll also be at the con, please drop by and say hello. I’ll also be cosplaying at the event, so track me down: I’ll be either Rose Tyler (with the Union jack tee), Rose Tyler from the 50th Anniversary special (aka vagabond Rose) or Dr. Grace Holloway.
I’m also planning a few days at Disneyland after the convention because, well, I’m also a Disney freak. It’s actually kind of odd that I’ve never been since I’m in the area every year. I believe I’ve decided that if I like it, it, too, may need to become an annual tradition. Tower of Terror, here I come!
Finally, The Curse of Hekate is still obviously for sale, everywhere e-books are sold. Please pick up your copy today.
Next up? I hope to announce the completion of the first draft of The Book of Revelations. I’ve been working on this for over two years now and finally getting the story done will be a major achievement for me. Of course, much more work needs to be done, but I’m still marking this as a major accomplishment.
The Curse of Hekate
Alex Grosjean is back. A tall, dark and pointy-toothed stranger shows up at Alex's door and asks for help: he wants to find the insane monster-woman, Lamia, who cursed him. Meanwhile, a plague sweeps through the city and Lamia starts abducting children. After a trip across the world and a frightening encounter with the goddess Hekate, Alex must push herself to her limits to save the world. Again.