Wanted to remind you all that I will be at VanCAF next weekend! May 24th -25th. I don’t know my table number yet, but if you’re in Vancouver, come say hi! I will have the first three issues (Fated Meeting, then combining chapters 1 and 2 of each) available for sale, as well as an special free 2 page comics for Gilad and Clou! I’ll have awesome stickers and I’ll be pleased as punch to meet ye!
There are going to be some really cool artists there that I never got a chance to meet, like Erika Moen and Angela Melick. I respect them a lot and look forward to being able to shake their hand and support them in some small small way.
Other than that I’m starting a new job on Tuesday! O_O I’m super nervous, and honestly will miss the company of many of my current coworkers. But this sounds like a good opportunity, so here’s hopin’! I’m looking forward to the early hours and the project sounds uniquely interesting. The moment I learn if I can talk about it, I’ll let you know!
Where I’m working right now the commute home on the Skytrain is only 15 minutes. While it’s awesome to be at home so quickly, I found that my gaming and reading time has been greatly reduced because of it. While I was working downtown I once went through 9 books in a month! They were silly books (The Doctor Who new series novels), but still. In a way I’m looking forward to having some more ‘nothing’ time to stare out a window and muse and come up with story ideas and read and play my 3DS and PSP. The new commute it about 45 minutes. Poor PSP. I hardly ever play it! I’m looking forward to time to finish Bravely Default and maybe actually starting Crisis Core.
I realized at lunch today that pretty much 100% of my free time and thoughts have gone towards preparing for VanCAF for months now! I’ve been fussing with the prints, the short free stories give aways, this and that… What will I think about when this is done?