Photos from the CCIRA Conference 2018
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Photos from the CCIRA Conference 2018

This past Thursday through Saturday I attended my first complete the annual CCIRA Educational Conference at the Marriott DTC. Last year I did a Saturday signing at the Book Bar booth, but I didn’t have the opportunity to really experience the whole thing. Well, this year, with the help of the RMC-SCBWI I not only got … Continue reading

Interview of me by Austin Humphreys
children's books / convention

Interview of me by Austin Humphreys

Thanks to Austin Humphreys for having the interest in interviewing me! Find out how I got to where I am in my career as we geek out about zombies and our creation processes. Continue reading

My interview with SCBWI-LA Kite Tales
children's books / convention

My interview with SCBWI-LA Kite Tales

I would like to thank Sarah Parker-Lee from the Los Angeles Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators for interviewing me for this article in this month’s Kite Tales! You can read it here. I met her at the San Diego Comic Con last Summer, and like with so many people, my book, There’s a … Continue reading

Photos from Cheyenne Zombie Fest
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Photos from Cheyenne Zombie Fest

Well, it’s taken quite some time for me to post this, for which I apologize, but I’ve undergone an upgrade to my computer operating system, so I’ve spent most of my week trying to get my applications reinstalled. So, my report on the Cheyenne Zombie Fest last weekend is much later than I hoped it … Continue reading

Photos from San Diego Comic Con!
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Photos from San Diego Comic Con!

As slow as the start to this year’s Comic-Con International, I’m happy to say that I once again achieved a personal record in sales due to a fantastic Sunday and my phenomenal repeat customers. We took 50 commissions (86 subjects), of which I still have 11 (20 subjects) to draw this week, now that I’m … Continue reading