Saturday, October 29, 2016
Experiences That Changed Me: My Work For Fanbase Press
As a writer, I've had many moments where I've been overcome with happiness, stress, and an overwhelming wonder of if I will be successful at my craft.
I guess sometimes I question the things I once viewed as successful, such as self-publishing my first book, and then wonder if I'm advancing enough to that goal of becoming a full-time writer. Because that's the dream. Well, I've been given an amazingly wonderful opportunity recently, and it has been absolutely one of the best experiences I have ever enjoyed professionally.
I was accepted as a Guest Contributor for Fanbase Press. If you don't know who they are, then think of Nerdist or Geek & Sundry, and you'll get the picture. They are all about sharing the "geek world" with everyone, and they're also helping promote creators and their work. It has been an amazing ride, despite it only being a month and a half, and I am so grateful for the opportunity.
If you're interested in seeing what I've done for them so far, please check out my Guest Contributor tab on this page, or go to my page listed on Fanbase Press. They are currently doing the whole comic-con thing this weekend, so you can catch them at Stan Lee's LA Comic Con if you're in the area.
Here are a few of the many things they have going on:
Quince - article via Legion of Leia
The Fanbase Weekly
Advance Hardcover Book Review: Rejected Princesses
Fanbase Press not only rocks awesome geeky goodness, they promote a widespread message of acceptance for any and all about anything. That's a very good thing and one of the reasons I love being a part of it.