Progress!  Ever Marching Forward!

My final convention for the year has been completed!  And it was a grand time.  First off, I wanted to say thank you to all the people who came by my table.  There were quite a few familiar faces at Mile Hi Con and I had a grand time getting to hang out with folks I haven’t seen in a long while.

I didn’t get to participate in as many conventions as I wanted this year, but overall, it was still a successful run.  I had a few firsts at this one too!  I was finally able to drop a story I’m working on in the blind slush pile challenge.  There wasn’t a single change mentioned when mine was read out loud and I felt pretty dang cool for the rest of the day. 

I was also able to model some of my T-shirt designs for the Matilda Series (you can find them here). And I must say, I looked pretty sharp in my Anton Roane shirt.

I picked up a few more tricks and nonsense to make the whole process go even smoother.  As 2023 creeps ever closer, my plan is to attend more conventions in new locations… you know, while also writing another Nun With a Gun story or two.

What about the final Matilda story?  That will be completed and available before the next set of conventions roll in.  My editor is wrangling paragraphs on pages while I am busy rewriting the end of the series.  Once those are done, it’s almost a walk in the park to print!

Author: jongraylang

Novel Writer, Screenwriter, Filmmaker & occasionally an Actor. Handy with a Sword, Ukulele, and Skis. Author of Nun With a Gun: The Town with No Name, The Matilda, Twistin' Matilda, Black Matilda, and Secret Matilda. Writer of the upcoming Sci-Fi sequel, Waltzing Matilda.

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