So far, we’ve had a lot of great entries for the The Dangerous Games Gen Con Writer’s Symposium Contest. Once again, to join, all you have to do is write on Twitter something like: “I want to go to Gen Con and meet <insert author name here>. #GenConWriters http://wp.me/ph1fv-1hT”
Your entry needs to include the following bits:
- The name (or Twitter handle) of a writer who is part of the Gen Con Writer’s Symposium.
- A link to the original post. Use your own, if you like, or the one provided above.
At the moment (10 AM Central Time on June 13), we have 73 entries, and they mention the following authors:
Note that superhuman fantasist Patrick Rothfuss is way in the lead, tied only by me. I have an unfair advantage there, of course, as I’m running the contest on my site, and I’ll let you in on a not-so-secret: I’m already in the Dangerous Games books. Mike Stackpole and Mercedes Lackey are close on Pat’s heels though, and it wouldn’t take much to swing the numbers their way. At the moment, though, it looks like Pat’s going to make an appearance in Dangerous Games: How to Win.
Which reminds me: I need to get back to polishing that book!