We came, we shambled, we talked George Romero.

This is a video of the very fun panel discussion on George Romero’s zombie legacy. The guy with the Band-Aid® on his nose is the bass player for Anthrax and also quite the horror movie fanatic (who woulda thunk it?). I recommend skipping to the parts where I am talking, which increase the more time has gone by BECAUSE I MUST RESCUE THE AWESOME. I hope you enjoy!

I hope to go back for the Fan Xperience in Spring 2015 and then the Comic Con again in September 2015! w00t!

Is murder legal in Utah? Because I KILLED with my talk at the SLC Comic Con

I was invited as a special guest to the Salt Lake City Comic Con last weekend, and I sat on one panel — a George Romero retrospective, very fun — and gave a one-hour talk on “Creating the Perfect Scene,” using the ideas of several well-known writing gurus and presenting them with my own twist and style.

It was a hit. Huge. Like cheering at the end. It was, to say the least, a heady moment in my life. But even more than that, I talked to some attendees afterwards and they told me that this was just what they needed to get themselves actually writing that book they had always dreamed about. I was very proud to have helped them, and very flattered that Dan Farr (the founder of SLCCC) gave me such an outlet to help fledgling writers.

The video is on YouTube, and right here as well:

I loved this Con, and I hope to be able to enjoy the magic, sell my books, and spread the gospel of creative writing to more audiences. What a rush.