The third annual Dino Con has come and gone. Like the last two years, this con was a blast. These smaller shows allow for more interactions, better chances of rubbing shoulders with minor celebs, and more visibility.
The last weekend of September, I was invited to do a book signing at Coles in Red Deer and put a few of my books on consignment.
After the smashing success in Saskatoon, I came to Edmonton Comic Expo with even higher expectations. I know, I know, one shouldn’t go into anything with high expectations, but I couldn’t help it. Edmonton Expo has so far outperformed Saskatoon’s, so why would it be any different this year?
Because of the dismal sales levels at Saskatchewan Expo last year, I didn’t get my hopes up for this year.
However, I’m happy to report that this show set a new record for me in more ways than one.
The first comic convention of the season was Drumheller’s Dino & Comic Expo, and already I can say it was the most fun yet.
After getting over the post-holiday blues, I’m finally able to get off my ass to write about how my New York Trip went.