A few days ago marked the one-year anniversary of the publication of “Cardinal Rule: a short story” via SolaPress Publishing.
I’m celebrating the one-year anniversary of the publication of “Cardinal Rule,” and my journey as an author, by doing an exclusive JoeysPen.com Giveaway of the Kindle Edition of the short story. All you have to do to enter the giveaway is to comment on this post. I will contact you at the email address you used to leave the comment. I will gift to you “Cardinal Rule” for you to read via your Kindle enable device. (I’m giving away a total of 12 copies.) Read more
A few weeks ago, I mentioned on Joey’s Pen that I had the opportunity to moderate the Black Science Fiction Society Panel at the Urban Axis IndyCon 2016.
The panelists for this session was Jarvis Sheffield, Chastitie Goodman and Tonya Woods. Javis Sheffield is the founder of the Black Science Fiction Society. Chastitie is the author of the book “Could I Really Be President.” Tanya Woods is a cosplayer (who came to the IndyCon dressed as a Jedi).
During the hour-long discussion, we talked about how we became interested in Black SciFi and Afrofuturism, we get a chance to see what makes each panelist tick in terms of their creative aspirations, we detail the computer programs and cellphone apps we use on a daily basis, and much, much more.