All righty. First off, my latest DDI article is available. Codex of Betrayal: Geryon reintroduces a classic arch-devil from prior editions into 4E. I think DMs will love this; players, I’m less certain about.
Second, I just did a guest blog on my agent Colleen Lindsay’s site about tie-in fiction’s strengths and advantages over other writing. (Yes, there are several.) I’d love for you folks to check it out and let me know what you think.
Finally, I apologize for the lateness of this update, but I’ve got my tentative schedule for Comicpalooza.
Freelance Writing for Roleplaying Games: Friday, 4:00 PM, rm. 330.
Tomorrow’s Science Fiction: Saturday, 11:00 AM, theater A B.
The Novelist: Saturday, 3:00 PM, theater A B.
The Secret Life of Writers: Sunday, 2:00 PM, rm. 330.
The first panel is just me, so if I freeze up and keel over, I ask your forgiveness in advance.
Please bear in mind that this schedule is subject to change.
My schedule at the signing table is more of a “play it by ear” sort of thing, but my plan is to be at the table for at least half an hour to an hour after my Friday panel, and both Saturday panels. I’ll be there at other times as well–including, most likely, immediately before most of my panels–but if you want to be sure of catching me, right after those three are the best times. And the plan is for us to have copies of The Conqueror’s Shadow for sale, so if you haven’t picked one up yet, that’ll be a great time. I will, of course, be happy to sign your copy–whether you’ve purchased it there or brought your own–as well as anything else I’ve worked on.
See some of you in a few days, I hope.