This past weekend, more than 100,000 guests swarmed the Colorado Convention Center for this year’s Denver Comic-Con. The three-day event ran Friday June 15th through the 17th and the 2019 event has been announced for the final weekend in May. You may want to start planning now. Attendees were able to enjoy 200+ celebrities, artists and authors, tons of comics and collectibles, and the more than 600 hours of panels and programming, which included a Canine Cosplay contest. I was lucky enough to be able to talk with a few of their featured authors and I hope you enjoy learning about them and their work.
Liv Hadden is the author of the acclaimed thriller, Mind of Revenge, book one of her Shamed series. Her follow-up, The Adventures of Juice Box and Shame, made its debut at last year’s Denver Comic Con with comic art by Mo Malone. Literary Wanderlust will release Hadden’s next project, Counting Bodies like Stars, her first science-fiction adventure, in early 2019. Hadden lives in Austin, TX, with her partner and four-legged friends. When she isn’t writing, Liv is talking about books on The “Sometimes I Read” blog, or providing author editing and formatting services through her company, The Offbeat Writer. You can find her at livhadden.com or on any social media platform @livhadden.