Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Storming the ConFusion - Dearbon MI Jan 17 - 20

Hey all,

I don't travel often, but when I do, I like to tell readers where I will be in case you want to come out and say howdy, grab a drink, or whatnot. This weekend Robin and I will be traveling to Dearborn Michigan for Storming the ConFusion.  I'm not an "official" participant so I won't be in any sessions, but we are staying in the hotel, will be hanging out in the bar, and even playing some board games and stuff in the lobby. 

Current plans are to arrive around 11:00AM on Friday and leave in the morning on Sunday. So if you need a signature on a book, or just want to sit and chat drop me an email (michael (dot) sullivan (dot) dc (at) gmail (dot) com and we'll set something up.

Hope to see you there!

Oh, and why ConFusion? Robin and I grew up in the Detroit area, and we both still have family there. My brother's birthday is on Saturday, and I don't get to see my 97-year-old mum often. We also have some friends in the area and hopefully we'll be seeing them a well.

Thursday, January 3, 2019

It's Stabby Time!



The /r/Fantasy sub of reddit is one of the best communities I've seen for fantasy. They are up to almost 500,000 member,  and I joined it back in December of 2011. I'm also proud to say I've won a stabby, and have been a runner-up a number of times.

If you've not checked out the /r/fantasy community you really should. It has a great group of people and even a few authors (like myself) that hang out there and it's just a great scene to be a part of.

This year, I'm nominated in a few categories, but this post isn't a plead for your vote. Please, vote for whatever you liked from 2018, and if that happens to my posts or my book, well great, but there are plenty of great nominees and I'm thrilled just to be part of them.

Voting is open until January 7th, and you can vote here. 

I'm also going to include links to the various categories. To vote, click on the link then click on [show replies], then click the up arrow for as many entries as you'd like (downvotes have no effect on the voting.
So check out the nominees, and vote for your favorites. And if you're not a regular at /r/Fantasy consider joining us. It's a great group of people.