Dragon Con 09 Sunday Report

On my last day at Dragon Con, I attended Leonard Nimoy’s panel.

Leonard Nimoy Panel

I didn’t want to wait for hours in line, so sat in the back just to hear his stories and more about what he was up to now. He told some humorous stories about his early days of Star Trek, and how he came up with the Vulcan hand signal. Most of the interview revolved around his photography (http://leonardnimoyphotography.com) and his most recent project on full-figured women.

Halfway through, I decided to run over and catch the end of yet another author panel. But I couldn’t miss meeting one of my favorite authors, Julie Kenner! I love her Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom series as well as the Codebreaker Trilogy. I was in total fangirl mode, but she was very sweet and gracious.

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Dragon Con 09 Saturday Report

Saturday, I arrived at the Hyatt for my first panel. This was another author panel, this time, on Time Travel. Carole Nelson Douglas, Anna DeStefano, Rita Herron, Joy Nash, Terri Osborne, and Mari Mancusi were all in attendance. And I scored a couple free books!

Time Travel Authors Panel

Time Travel Authors Panel

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Dragon Con 09 Friday Report

I arrived in Atlanta Thursday night and attended the Press Party at the Marriott, where the Dragon Con staff introduced themselves, press members mingled, drinks and finger foods were served, and a few actors showed up to meet and greet. I wasn’t able to stay long, but said “Hi” to Richard Hatch, Alan Ruck, and Kristy Swanson before leaving.

Friday morning, I arrived in time for the Star Trek Author cavalcade, including Robert Greenberger, Alan Dean Foster, Keith R. A. DeCandido, and Peter David.

Star Trek Authors Panel

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