One of the fun things about promoting a book is finding fun and interesting ways to spread the word. For the last few years, I've been pretty involved in 3D printing at work (Richmond Public Library) and so I took those new skills and created some .stl files you can have in advance of the book release.
To celebrate the upcoming release of my next novel, the Three Spartans published by Crwth Press, I'm 3D printing a scene from the novel. The premise: a parody of the Battle of Thermopylae (480 BCE), the novel is a paintball war between two groups of tweens over a tree house. Above, we have (left to … Continue reading 3D Printing and Novel Writing
This past spring break, I had the opportunity to do six workshops for the Surrey Public Library system. Working with this library as an author is always a huge pleasure, as the librarians and library techs work so hard to make their programs a success. Plus, they are incredibly knowledgeable and interesting to chat with. … Continue reading Workshops at the surrey public library
Since July 2018, I've been running a Dungeons and Dragons game at my library. As a Digital Services tech, I've been trying to add digital content to the game wherever possible to make the game run smoother or to feel more immersive. A few weeks ago, I decided to 3D print a set of medieval … Continue reading Dungeons and Dragons 3D Printed
Spring break is just around the corner, and if you're a teen looking for something to do the Surrey Public Library will be hosting my workshops!