The Maya, Episode 7, and Conventions for 2013

I’ve got a couple of announcements to make.

First and foremost, a copy of Sunnyville Stories Volume 1 is now available over at the Maya on Tate Street.  This store is close by me, located at 340 Tate Street in the College Hill neighborhood of Greensboro.  Make sure you visit the store.  In addition to Sunnyville Stories Volume 1, they also have various used books, DVDs, CDs, and other assorted collectibles.

As for Sunnyville Stories episode 7, that will be entering pre-production shortly.  A little bit later, I will be printing out the script and starting work on the thumbnails.  I’ll be sharing progress reports probably this weekend and next Wednesday of my progress.

I also need to wrap up my business plan as well as financial projections.  If all goes well, my planned publishing house (designed to produce and market my comics) should be up and running in January.

Now for some bad news, readers.  My schedule for conventions in 2013 is unpredictable.  Due to time and money concerns, I may have to stay local.  I’m presently unsure about whether or not I can go to Anthrocon for 2013.  That was the only convention I was planning to attend and even that is up in the air.  I’ve also been meaning to return to Rocket City Furmeet over in Huntsville, Alabama.  (You may recall I went in 2011.)  As I now live in the South, that does seem like a good option but I’m still unsure.  Please stay tuned to this blog for further details.

Please subscribe to the RSS feed or via email if you haven’t already or follow the blog on Newsgrape.  Also remember to buy a copy of Sunnyville Stories Volume 1.  Since the price will go up early next year, please buy a copy today before the price increase goes into effect.  You can get a copy at Indy Planet as well as the Housing Works Bookstore Cafe and the Maya on Tate Street.  As always, your feedback is appreciated.  What’s your opinion?  We’d like to know.

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About Max West

I am a freelance artist and the creator of Sunnyville Stories, an independent slice-of-life comics series.
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