So, my Comic Con adventure is over - a weekend of trying not to sound like a dickhead when people asked me about Hometown, walking approximately eight million miles around the Excel, doing a panel with other authors much more articulate than what I am and counting the Harley Quinns and Jokers while being on the table literally next to the Red Dwarf crew.
Never having done anything like Comic Con before, I didn't really have a clue what to expect - happy to say it was a hell of a lot of fun with a great atmosphere in no small part because every person there attended for the love of their genre and to showcase their passion for it. I'm far too much of a lazy bastard to get that involved outside of writing and books in general, but it's nice to see the people who do. If I get the chance to go again, I will. And maybe if I'm on another panel, I'll think to tell the people who buy my book before the panel and not when I've just finished it.
Anyway, if I saw you and you took the time (and spent your cash, obviously) to get a copy of Hometown, thanks very much. Hope you enjoy it.