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Fun in Hell’s Kitchen

by dimensionaltales

This week has been very busy and I’ve been loving every bit of it. However, I have to address something very important.

First and foremost, my deepest heartfelt sympathies and condolences go out to everyone affected by the senseless act of violence that occurred at the Las Vegas Strip. It’s been documented as the deadliest mass shooting in recent U.S. history surpassing the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting. This reason. THIS REASON RIGHT HERE why there needs to be gun CONTROL in this country. Screw what the NRA says. We need it and they know it. I don’t know how many more attacks our country needs to take before they get the picture

*exhales* Now, on to a brighter topic.

We start with my copyright finally coming through the halfway point of its process. Now, the only thing I have to do is mail the Copyright Office two copies of my book and I’ve completed the process and I can give my producer buddy the green light to do this thing – which, in turn, will allow me to talk about his project. My buddy found it kinda funny that I may have to buy two copies of my OWN books to send to the Copyright Office.

Along with that, I am having a ball at NYCC (New York Comic Con) and we’re only at the halfway point. I’ve already taken around 100-150 pictures and I’m trying to maintain a steady goal of 50-75 pictures a day before putting them all on Facebook and Instagram. I kinda don’t want to flood the Instagram News Feed with loads of beautiful cosplay so I’ll probably just upload my favorites along with reuniting with friends.

I also got to enjoy various panels that strengthen my abilities to character build as well as designing more compelling stories for comics. Maybe I might venture back into comic book storytelling when I mean someone who matches my ambition but, for now, it’s all about learning the craft and opening my mind.

Finally, I got to talk to a buddy of mine who gave me the most profound words of advice regarding my writing. He cited that I’m doing a good job and that my utter frustrating in my progress is a good thing. It means that I truly care about my craft and only want to see the best in my work. But he also gave me a stern warning: To expect more frustration in the near future. Makes sense since I’ll be working on more series and other projects and I continue to venture down this path. It’s was very insightful.

All and all, at the halfway point, I am having a ball and I’m slowly feeling the post-con depression coming in…I don’t want it to end.

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