They don’t exactly have our friendly rules about interrogations in this culture…especially not for confirmed criminals. Civilians have a little more protection, but most of the rules are off when it comes to people that were seen committing a crime.
IN OTHER NEWS! Denver Comic Con was AMAZING!! What an incredible rush! People were so excited to have a local convention and to support local artists. We almost sold out of the hardcover stock we brought (down to two books at the end) and we sold from five minutes before the convention started to five minutes after it closed. My FIRST sale was to the wonderful Kristy at Girls of Geek 12 who has been incredibly kind with directing new fans to LeyLines! My last sale was to a wonderful gentleman named Chris who said that he’d spent the entire convention trying to find us. He was an absolute joy — even wanted to take a photograph with me in front of our booth poster!
I just…I’m a little overwhelmed at how amazing an experience it all was. I think on some level I thought it would be a disaster, and I would “wake up” from this crazy dream and realize that what I want to be and what I want to do was impossible. Instead, it exceeded all of my expectations and for the first time in my entire life, I had a moment where I thought, “THIS is what I was MEANT to do. This is where I belong.”
Thank you to everyone that came by the booth and was so supportive and welcoming. You made this an incredible experience I will never forget. Denver — look for me next year!!