NEWS: CONVENTION & UPCOMING PROJECTS

EMERALD CITY COMIC CON
logoThis weekend I will be at the Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle, signing books and being my utterly charming self at the 01Publishing booth (Table O-21). They will be selling copies of my books Utopiates and Titanium Rain, along with the Titanium Rain audio drama. Also availabe will be a full selection of my art prints. But, if my presence is not enough to draw you to 01Publishing booth like a jackle in heat, here’s a few other reasons to stop by…

  • Kat Rocha – co-creator of Titanium Rain and Utopiates will be available for signings.
  • Michael Colbert – Creator of Crazy Mary and Car Commercials Have The Best Music is available to meet and greet.
  • Art prints by Kat Rocha, Patrick McEvoy, JK Woodward.
  • See preview copies of Crazy Mary.
  • At noon we’ll be hosting a dwarf tossing event.
  • Free sarcasm for the first 20 visitors.

WORLD WAR KAIJU
Now that Kat & I are moved into the new condo, progress has once again resumed on a number of projects that had lost momentum due to life (read: housing issues). The first installment of WORLD WAR KAIJU is moving ahead at full stream with only 14 pages left before completion! Here’s a rather nice page I got in my email today from project artist Patrick McEvoy

kaiju_sample_page

OBJECTIVE: TERMINUS
My upcoming novella about a second American civil war, called Objective: TERMINUS, is roughly 2/3 finished and is hovering at a word count around 25,000. I plan to share Chapter 1 free on here in a month or so. Then the book goes live on both the Kindle & iPad. In the meantime, here’s a glimpse at the unfinished cover art, by Salvador Trakal
terminus_unfinished_cover

More cool news coming soon.

About Dr. Josh Finney

Dr. Finney is an author and sometimes artist. His titles include: Titanium Rain, Utopiates, and OBJECTIVE: Terminus. All are currently available at Amazon.com.
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One Response to NEWS: CONVENTION & UPCOMING PROJECTS

  1. admin says:

    Yeah, typos unfortunately slip by more than they should. It mainly has to do with the speed at which most of these posts are put up. I’m terrible when it comes to proofing my own work immediately after I write it. If I wait a day or two and come back to it, I’m fine. But otherwise I need an editor.

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