I’ve never had the opportunity to attend an RT convention. But I have attended many other writers’ and readers’ events, as well as a couple of Superanatural conventions, and let me tell you. There is one huge advantage to going AWAY: They can’t follow you.
I work as a freelance editor/proofreader/project manager, and today was a crisis day. Where something so stupid in the big picture turned an entire afternoon into a seething mass of chaos and people freaking out as if the world was about to explode. Hey, I write about worlds being on the verge of exploding. These problems are NOT worth the same amount of stress! LOL
So, today, I was kind of wishing I could be in a ballroom with cover models and fruity alcoholic drinks. But at least I have YOU all here with me to pretend, right?
So tell me! Have you been to RT? What’s your favorite part? What are you glad to be missing?
And while we chat, take a look at my latest release, my first superhero book!
The Color of Courage
From high-rise ledges to charming residential neighborhoods in Washington, DC, a team of superheroes saves people and battles villains…while struggling with bill collectors, day jobs, and complicated love lives.
Empath Daley Charm feels like the weakest member of the city’s superhero team—especially when someone targets them for destruction. Her insecurities also complicate her relationship with team leader Adam Tarantino, especially since she can’t “see” emotions that are about her.
When missions start going dramatically wrong, Adam pulls away even more, knowing his feelings would reveal an exploitable weakness that could mean the end of the team. As they struggle to discover who’s sabotaging their missions, Daley must confront her own self-worth and faith in her abilities. Does she step away to protect her friends, or stand with them and risk someone getting hurt…or worse?