I took a week off from the writing-at-libraries schedule for the purpose of cleaning my upstairs work area, a rather daunting task that has needed doing for a long time. I've made progress, but there is still work to do, so I might be on a partial-writing schedule next week.
Meanwhile, this coming weekend is all geekiness all the time.
Today, I'm headed up to Quincy to attend a Comic Book Artists Guild meeting, being held at New England Comics' Quincy location. I'll also be visiting KC's Sports Cards in Quincy, which is where I keep a binder of Magic cards on consignment. I'll be restocking the binder and checking in on how that has been going.
Saturday, I'm spending the day at Readercon in Burlington MA. I'm just going as an attendee, and this is more for my own development as a writer than for my comics publishing work. Looking forward to attending some good panels there.
On Sunday, I'm taking my stock of used paperback books (mostly SF/fantasy/horror) to the Wellfleet Flea Market as an experiment to see how setting up as a vendor there goes. I'll also have a small display of Dandelion Studios comics there.
If you're at any of the above, stop by or find me and say hi!
This weekend is also Connecticon, so I wish all the New England geeks heading to Hartford safe travels and a great convention.