Today, I’d normally have a video log up – but I don’t. Again this entry is more of a personal one. I know…there’s been quite a few of those lately, but I feel that I owe it to all you readers out there to let you know what’s happening and that there is a flesh-and-blood person here.
Anyway, I announced recently that I will be relocating to Manchester, New Hampshire in the coming months. My plan is quite simple. I’ll set up a company there to produce, publish and sell my small press comics, Sunnyville Stories. Next weekend, I’ll be going back to Manchester. My plans are to stop by the Manchester Chamber of Commerce and the Manchester Public Library to start setting down the groundwork for my move. I need to gather whatever information I can on the area about living there and working. I’m also going to need to find out about publications in the area as well as what radio stations serve the Manchester-Nashua metropolitan area. This will be necessary in promoting Sunnyville Stories and the other small press comics I may create.
Sunnyville Stories Volume 1 remains on schedule and barring any unforeseen problems, it should become available for purchase around August.
On top of this, I’ll be attending the MoCCA Festival which will be taking place on Saturday, April 28th and Sunday, April 29th at the 69th Regiment Armory at 69 Lexington Avenue. If you’re a MoCCA member, you’ll get a discount on admission. (There’s your cue to join that organization!)
Furthermore, I am still working on artwork to display at the art show for Anthrocon 2012. Look for more updates on that soon.
Wish me luck everyone. The future for Sunnyville Stories and myself looks very promising.