Dispatch #456. 7/13/18 Commander Cyr to Officers Maxwell, Billings, Sanford, and Farewell at Headquarters. The convention has been busy. Yesterday went pretty well. I sold four books, which is not a ton, but pretty good. I tied Maggie for first place of number of copies sold (Kate did get six, but it was two of … Continue reading TAT Blog Tour (Day 6)
If you were to stop by the Mission HQ building today and ask for the commander, you would be informed that he isn't in at the moment. It would probably be Secretary Lennox who told you, though you may have happened to run into Max as he took a walk in the sunshine. Yes, I … Continue reading TAT Blog Tour (Day 5)
"You're back!" Nate exclaimed as I entered the Mission HQ room. "How'd it go?" "Pretty good," I answered with a wide smile. "Set up is always my favorite time of the convention! The Generation Rising booth looks great, and the Boys Adventure Toys is pretty awesome too. I wish you guys could have been there!" "Well, … Continue reading TAT Blog Tour (Day 4)
"It's funny," Nate commented, throwing a dart at the dartboard on the wall. "With this convention, we've been working like mad on the book and the weapons and all, but now that it's the week of the conference, we've got like nothing to do." He flung his second dart at the board as if to … Continue reading TAT Blog Tour (Day 3)
"Hey, where's Allen?" Nate asked as he entered the Mission HQ room. "I've been looking all over for him." "Did you forget?" I asked. "He's gone at a interview with Jess and Ben. Took the Trans-Authorial Subway, I think." "Oh, yes, that's right," Nate nodded. "I did forget. I was trying to find him so … Continue reading TAT Blog Tour (Day 2)
I hurried towards the door of the Mission HQ building and quickly swiped my ID card over the security lock. The night before had been quite stormy in real life, and the power had gone out at my home. Now that it was back on, I finally had the opportunity to travel into the world … Continue reading TAT Blog Tour (Day 1)
"We're doing what?" Nate asked, scratching his head. "A blog tour," I replied. "It's basically getting publicity out for a new book. We're not 'doing it,' we're helping out with someone else's blog tour of their new book." "Do we know this person by any chance?" Allen asked. "Not exactly," I answered. "Unless you've been … Continue reading Blog Tour: The Thief, the Damsel, and the Dragon.