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Can you believe it? The end of the month is here already. Man, that was fast. We traveled the country through our posts, exploring some of the greatest fandom events in the history of mankind. Comic Cons. DragonCon. MEGACons. Cons to the left of us. Cons to the right of us. Cons are springing up everywhere.

And we love it.

From a writer’s perspective, these events give us a critical opportunity to mingle with our fans and future readers, to make that personal connection. We get to share our experiences on panels and talk shop with aspiring writers and fellow authors. I don’t know about the rest of you, but that makes these events for me. While a Con can be physically exhausting, I always leave with a creative charge and the thrill of the event sparkling in my soul.

I hope that you all gained some insight into an event you’ve thought about attending. If you have any questions, hit up the poster. Ask those questions. Be bold. Don’t hang back.

Thanks for reading. I’ll catch you next time.

Scott

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About Scott Eder

Since he was a kid, Scott Eder wanted to be an author. After twenty years mired in the corporate machine, he broke free to bring stories of nobility and strife, honor and chaos, to life. His debut novel, Knight of Flame, is available now. When he’s not dragging his knights through fire and darkness, look for him on the bowling lanes. Scott lives with his wife and two children on the west coast of Florida.

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